Emily’s 2020

Emily describes how life was like for her throughout the last year

Nell Schneider #4, 7/12/21

Nell Schneider (6/18/1930-) talks with her grandson, Matthew Harrison, and her daughter (Matthew's mother), Sue Harrison, at her Glendale Wisconsin home. During this interview, Nell discusses World War II; the attack on Pearl Harbor; food and recipes; changes in technology...

Life of A Middle Shooler

This is an interview with my little sister Nora. She is a sixth grader and my interview is an attempt to discover how a 10 year old thinks.

Interview with Stephanie Li

I interviewed my classmate Stephanie Li and she talked about her family. How her parents are from out of the country. And her sister and the relationship they have. Stephanie also talked about how she enjoys instruments in and out...

From Colorado to LA

My name is Grace Schiff, I am 14 years old, and I interviewed my aunt, Melissa Malone, in Encino, California. She grew up in Colorado, but moved to Los Angeles because of her love for acting. In this interview she...

Interview with Dr. Kimberly Drenser about Figure Skating

In this interview I talked to Kimberly Drenser. She was a figure skater during the 70s and 80s. During the interview I asked her questions about skating at a young age, the politics of skating, and the Tonya Harding scandal....

Grandma interview

My grandma had a more, exiting life than I originally thought!

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Brenda Fittante Weeks and Emily Baker

Sisters Emily Fittante Baker (93) and Brenda Fittante Weeks (66) discuss family history and share memories of growing up in a family of 17 siblings.

Conversation with Great Grandma About Her Childhood

My Great Grandma Bernadine sheds light on what her childhood was like. She tells a story that could have ended very dangerously but resulted in her finding the love of her life.

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Betty O'Connor and Milly Murphy

Betty O'Connor (64) interviews her mother, Milly Murphy (93), about her childhood, marriage to her husband, and her earliest memories from the 1930s in Sapulpa, Oklahoma.