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Three sisters interviewed by daughter/niece about growing up on a cattle ranch in south Texas as a Mexican-American family. Stories about their university educations, traditions, pranks, and life on the ranch.
Frank Zeidler, the former socialist mayor of Milwaukee, looks back on his life in politics and his personal experiences of local and national history.
Karen Cathers tells her kids, Nikki Pison, Justin Peone, Christina Pappalardo about her childhood growing up with Communist parents during the Cold War, marrying an older man when she was 17, and feeling determined to be a “perfect” mother for...
Kathryn Wooten interviews Dolores Henson, her grandmother, about growing up with a working class family in Glouster, Ohio, where most of her family and ancestry worked in the coal mines. Dolores remembers the two most important people in her life:...
Gene Luka Krasa, 89, is interviewed by her granddaughter E.B. Kelly, 27 about her early life, the holocaust and her marriage to Karel Krasa
Lev Raphael tells his friend Melissa Ingells about growing up as a child of Holocaust survivors and becoming a scholar and author on the subject
Jude interviewed her parents, Enrico and Anne about growing up during World War 2, and moving to Tucson from New Jersey.
Scott interviews his mother about growing up, living with her grandparents when her father left for world war two, and having/adoption children.
Michael McLees (55) and his wife Geri McLees (52) remember the life and times of Michael’s Grandfather John who immigrated from Norway in 1912 and lived a long full life in the United States
Jonathan Hsia and his sister Sarah Hsia interview their father John Hsia about their family in China and how he met their mother.
Shalom Daniel Seltzer, 62, by his children, Lucia and Gabriel Borrello about his childhood and the leaving of New Orleans after Katrina.
Lisa McGahey Veglahn, 46, interviews her mom Ann R. Smith, 85, about growing up during the Depression as a first generation Yugoslavian-American, and about what her mom is most proud of in her life.
Jennifer Larsen interviews her father, Joel Larsen, about his life.
Bruce Ferguson talks with his daughter, Mimie Pacheco about his love of history, farming, and serving in a public service office for over 20 years.
Marian Goldstine, 67, talks to her daughter Susan Goldstine, 38, about her grandparents, parents, and extended family, who fled Germany during the Holocaust.
Anne, 44, talks with her friend Nancy, 63, about her family’s immigration from Taiwan to the United States and her interests in her family’s history.
Facilitator Jackie Sojico, 23, interviews Barbara Altman, 67, about her father, Harold Alton Corbin.
Herbert interviews his brother Lee about singing with doo wop groups in Memphis in the 1950s and 60s.
Nicole Di Rocca asks her parents about their recent family trip to Cuba and her parents’ immigration from Cuba over 40 years ago.
Caroline Shapero (72) tells her son Don Shapero (47) about her mother’s career as a renowned cellist, and about the life of her cello.
Maya Elena Scott-Chung (45) and Susie Hoblet (47), parents at Kaiser Elementary School, discuss the myth of the Ozzie and Harriet “traditional family” and Suzy’s experience growing up in Italy, France and traveling worldwide; the struggles of the sandwich generation,...
Mary Anne and Bill Wade share the immigration stories of each of their families and stories from their trips back to the homeland.