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- GI Bill 36
- memories of growing up 4
- World War II 3
- anecdotes (humorous but true stories) 2
- Appearance 2
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- Bethlehem School 1
- Boston English High School Class of 1949 1
- Chick's Barber Shop 1
- Control Engineering 1
- Fore River Shipyard 1
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Nan and Jack Dorsey tell about their life to their grandson Graham Edson.
Teachers David Ferge (38) and Thomas Lott (69) talk about their time serving in the military, their thoughts on the current war, and their shared love of teaching.
Influenced by his big brother, Ted Smith has had a life-long fascination with electronics. He discusses his work as a Korean-conflict US Navy radio operator, his career in communication & navigation technology and his ongoing work as a ham radio...
A discussion of the history and life of a military veteran and family man, Sgt. Andrew Urquhart.
One Small Step conversation participants, Tom Hanlon (76) and Jennifer Trotter (32), talk about being raised Catholic, what they are passionate about, and health care.
Kendal Shaber (60) shares a conversation with her father’s friend, Mac Sheesley (97). They talk about Mac’s friendship with Kendal’s father, their time in World War II together, returning to Boise, and the role that Mac played in Kendal’s father’s...
David Carter (38) interviews spouse Luz Gomez (35) about her father, Carlos Ignacio Gomez Arriola, who died three years ago.
Irvine Fieber (96) talks with his granddaughter Emily Fieber (17) about his experience being drafted into Army AirCorps during WWII.
George II interviews his father George I about his life, military service, happiness, beliefs, struggles.
Brothers Ron Seybold (64) and Robert "Bob" Seybold (62) talk about their peace-time military service.
Jill Schmidt (68) interviews her brother, John "Jack" Badke (76) about his experiences in the Vietnam War.
My 90-year-old grandpa talks about his experience in WWII on the east coast as a post-high school graduate. He mentions the G.I. Bill, the draft and volunteering, how it affected him, and his views on the atomic bomb.
A brief interview with Ed Dunn, a Marine in the late 1950’s. Within our conversation, we discussed where he was stationed, life for him as a Marine, segregation, and how the Marines shaped him as a person and how he...
Joining the Army, living in Germany 1962, observations of communism and East Germany. How the Army changed us.
Spouses Carol Sterns (80) and Warren Sterns (87) discuss their twenty years of traveling around the United States.
Ben Teague (45) talks with his father, Henry Theodore Watson (80), about some difficult decisions Henry has had to make, as well as balancing family and career.
Ralph Papile, one of 16 siblings, learned barbering on GI bill, raised 4 children with wife Anna, & is going strong as he nears his 90th birthday.
Reminiscing on the draft, WWII, post-war America, and the GI Bill. How a young artist journeyed out of the war and onto the bustling streets of Manhattan.
Patricio Quintana (87) speaks with his daughter Judith Quintana (61) talk about Patricio's childhood in New Mexico, the uniqueness of New Mexican culture, and his love of education, both as a student and later in life as an educator.
Conversation partners Sarah Padgett (25) interviews Joetta Parks (65) on her parent's lives, specifically their experience in WW2 and her favorite stories of them.
Jerry Mayfield (90) speaks with his wife, Paula Rath (75), about his service in the military during the Vietnam war and his career as a doctor.
Bob Palazzo shares the pivotal decision to return to college after dropping out and serving three years in the United States Army and how that choice changed the trajectory of his life and the lives of his three sons.
Jordan Wolle (91) talks with his longtime friend Philipp Djang (65) about his experiences in the Marines in World War II and the Korean War and also about his travels as a champion swimmer.
Mitzi (84) and Elliott Faye (83) talk to their granddaughter Poppy Gordon (29) about their family background. They then tell stories about their times living in Europe.