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I interviewed my about his childhood and what he did when he was a child. We talked about his life and his best and worst memories.
A daughter (36) interviews her mom (63) after Thanksgiving about growing up and raising a family in the midwest.
In December 1932, Norene O’Connor McIntosh’s father John O’Connor died at a sanitarium in Von Ormy, Texas. On Christmas Eve, her mother Loretta took his body by train to their hometown of Parsons, Kansas. This is Norene’s story, told to...
A mother and her sixteen year old daughter talk about passed family members, generational differences, and a father who’s no longer in the picture.
How would you like to be remembered? What has been the happiest moment of your life so far? The saddest? Talk about Lois Sladkey.
Cousins Mary and Hayden Evans interview their grandmother Patsy while at their family Christmas party. Patsy offers charming tales and pragmatic life advice in her signature style.
Helen had surgery and refused to leave the hospital before Christmas. Here the story of the Christmas candelabra received in 1964.
My grandfather served in the Vietnam War, and in 1965 he headed home for Christmas on leave. It did not go well.
We talked about the life of my father and his journey from childhood into adulthood. We discussed his ups and downs throughout his life, and touched on the people that helped shape him.
Steve Rock interviews his mother Phyllis, who talks about what Christmas was like when she was a little girl. She also speaks about what food was like on the farm she grew up on in Nebraska.
my grandma described to me today how she grew up where she grew up and what her most important memories were to her in her life.
Friends and Chicago Tribune columnists Mary Schmich and Eric Zorn talk about their memories at the school, from taking lessons to co-founding the long-running holiday showcase and singalong, Songs of Good Cheer. This interview was recorded at the Old Town...
I asked my Grandma what Christmas was like for her and her family as a child.
I interviewed my great-grandma “Granny” about her childhood, being a mom, grandma and great-grandma, and all the places she’s been and jobs she’s had.
Board games at Christmas and the Christmas without presents.
Blair Braden interviews his 83 year old grandmother on Christmas, 2017.