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Iris Maxine Pontius moved to Florida to be with her soldier husband Wayne during the final months of WWII. She brought a radio from home which became a source of news and entertainment for their twelve-cabin community. At war’s end,...
My dad talked about growing up in Florida and his jobs as a teenager. He also enlightened me about when his family moved to Germany and the other travels he did.
Kathleen interviews her mother Miriam about her childhood.
Lucille Wilhoit passed away on September 3, 2016. I remembered I'd recorded two interviews with her for the National Day of Listening in November of 2010. She talks in this interview about the importance of music to her, and how...
In this interview on November 26 2017. The interview consists of questions about her childhood. Other questions about my mother and her other children and family members.I am really contents and enjoyed the interview that I had with my grandma.
Our interviewer, John Ruano, asks his dad, Hever, a series of questions about his life and values.
Deb Bussinger (59) and Melinda Joy Miller (80) discuss living in Leesburg, Florida in 2020. Deb works at the Leesburg (Florida) Public Library and Melinda Joy is an author. The library's annual Literary Arts Festival was canceled this year due...
Amanda is from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, and lives near Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. She is good friends with many students at the school and was deeply affected by the shooting. Amanda and her friends have learned a lot about...
Susan Gamson, 66, is interviewed by her son, Michael Gamson, 41.
Rachel and Eric talk about their airplane loving father’s, and Eric recounts the plane crash that killed his father and uncle but spared him.
In this interview, Carly Settle interviews her grandmother, Cindy Ayers aka “Nanny”, about her family and childhood memories on Thanksgiving. This interview includes stories about her childhood memories in Brigantine. This interview focuses on the importance of family and how...
She talked about how God played a role in her lifeand helping the homeless at Pads.
From Colombia to Florida be afraid of la llorona and swamp apes ! StoryCorps mobile team test out the mobile app .
[Recorded: September 29, 2022] Jered (20) and Reese (18) have a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, VA. Jered is an undergraduate student at the University of Virginia. He loves to delve into fiscal policy and foreign affairs topics, an...
My mom and I caught up again over the phone. Just as southern states are beginning to reopen the virus is reaching our family like never before but my mom believes that her faith and military experience will carry her...
We had the pleasure of interviewing Mrs. Joelene Strickland (Class of '51) and Mr. Dallas Strickland (Class of '50). We learned about their experiences and all the differences in there time at Leon as opposed to now.
Today I interviewed my mom about her past life. Along with some funny stories about her family and childhood.
In this interview, conducted in November 2017 in Miami, Florida. I interviewed my grandmother named Rosa Acosta about her childhood in Nicaragua. Some questions were about jobs that she’s had, my mother, and living in the time where Nicaragua was...
[Recorded: Tuesday, September 20th, 2022] Carloyn (21) and Tom (63) have a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, Virginia. Carolyn is a Fourth Year undergraduate student studying anthropology at the University of Virginia and Tom is currently the Director of...
One Small Step partners Aimee [No Name Given] (44) and Stan Burke (66) discuss government size and the importance of social programs, gender identity, raising children with and without special needs, the state of democracy and our electoral system. and...
A brief look into Luke Gregory (20) and Rachel Resnick's (21) grandparents.
My Aunt Cherry is the 12th of my Grandma Classy's children. We talked for a bit about the coronavirus, the ways she is keeping up with there grandchildren and how her church has handled the transition. My favorite part of...