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Steve Ela (46) talks with his parents, Shirley Ela (85) and William Ela (86) about their long standing family involvement in the fruit farming industry.
Talked about Coast Guard, Enlistment, and happy memories
The evening of November 21st, 2017, Eli Frank (15) sat down with their Grandmother DD (age and last name not provided due to partner request) for an interview. DD told many stories about her life as a child on a...
Janine and I talked extensively about creativity and how she incorporates it into her life, in for example her paintings. We also discussed the progression of her creativity throughout her lifespan and how she has witnessed it evolve right in...
Cathy and Helen remember moving from Sioux City, Iowa, to California as kids in the 1960s.
Dara Schmidt (35) talks with her friend and coworker, Stacie Ledden (31), about her former job as a librarian in Los Angeles County Library District, and their experiences working for Rangeview Library District and the Anythink library branches.
Jeff Severson (68) shares how his early years as an actor in NYC coincided with the arrival of the AIDS epidemic. He recounts the loss of two life partners from AIDS and his own HIV positive status. Jeff also talks...
Jackie Barz talks about her life growing up and what she hopes for the future.
Ben Porter (43) talks to his father, William "Bill" Porter (68), about growing up in rural Iowa, his love of fishing, and his career as a professor of wildlife sciences.
At nearly 70 years old, Kittie Weston-Knauer is the oldest female BMX racer in the United States. When she started competing in off-road bicycle races, or BMX, in the late 1980s, she was often the only woman on the track....
Gwen Benner: 2020-08-25 20:51:30 Gwen Benner talks with Margaret Sohm about her memories of life in rural Iowa and growing up from an adolescent to a young bride in college.
In this, I interview Micheal Molla on what it was like to grow up as an American in Africa and what it’s like to see how media has changed since the 1970s
Kim asks her dad and her aunt to tell her about her grandparents (their parents) with a special slant on their mother’s mental illness.