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- Archive Oologah 1
- Crandon Area Historical Society 1
- Frank’s Produce 1
- Georgia Pick & Bow Traditional Music School 1
- Mary Baldwin University 1
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- English 2
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The story of how one man transformed his community by taking up a challenge.
The legacy of 60 years of marriage and a life built together.
Just me and my dad talking about corona and what has come because of it.
We talked about his upbringing and how he built himself to be a successful entrepreneur.
This interview is about the people who have the biggest influences in my mom’s life. Additionally, she shares with me why and how her career has changed over the years.
Terry Brimhall grew up do different jobs, and these jobs then led to him starting his own company. He also valued education and through his college career was able to back his company.
We talked about work experiences throughout her whole life, and how it has impact her life.
We talked about the impacts of history and politics on business on a global scale
Dylan Garza, son of Roland Garza, interviews him about his early life and life through working at the family business.
In this interview I, Jake Wright interview Delbert Chavez about his experience in the auto parts industry. We cover how the industry has changed and how Bert has worked his way to running his own successful department.
During this interview, we talked about what Ebony does outside of being a DA. She runs a business that helps people in need of a space to express themselves or who just need help in general because they are in...
The interviewee shares his story about being a builder and business owner.
Judy Sarkozy (72) talks to her friend Dhera Strauss (63) about starting the Sarkozy Bakery in the city of Kalamazoo, MI, the ups and downs of owning a business, and about having to start over again at the age of...
Jamie and Madison of Archive Oologah interview John and Faith Wylie, a couple whose lives were shaped by journalism-- which in turn allowed them to shape Oologah by running the local paper.
I interviewed my step-mother, D’Audra Cole-Hunter, about her experiences in a social media community, as a small business owner, and a believer of God in a time of hate, hopelessness, and despair.
I spoke with my mother about topics involving her small business, the pandemic, and media coverage
John Grimm (__) talks with Sarah Adams (22) about how he got started playing music and began running Vintage Music, Dahlonega's local music shop.
In this interview, I ask my father questions about starting his own business.
Imani and I talked about the barbershop, how people have genuine interactions, and most importantly how our generation has grown to care more of the politics that control them.
My grandma discusses her experience growing up in Jewish communities, female entrepreneurship, and the evolution of the fashion industry
1950s Jewish history, marriage, business, and cars