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This interview is with my paternal grandparents, asking them questions about their past and present life.
Recorded on Saturday, September 7th, 2019: Pop shared some reminiscences of his Korean War days in Panama, including the 10 year-old eggs and C-rations: "Let's get down to the mess and slop shoot & Garbage Up!" and his high-security clearance...
This interview is for the great thanksgiving listen through storycorps
This is the second part of the interview about grandparents, the first part got cut off.
We talked about childhood memories now and back then.
We talked about where and how he grew up. Including his jobs and how he got married. We also hit topics of how he found it he was becoming a father.
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Olivia Gibson (18) and her grandmother, Jackie DiNubila (74) sit down to discuss a bit about Jackie’s life, as well as the people and memories that have been the most important to her.
I ask Andy some questions about his life and share a few stories of my own.
In this interview, Brianna LaValle (14) is interviewing her grandparents, Rose (84) and Vito (87) Amendolare, about their relationship milestones, such as how they met and their marriage.
Interviewed my grandparents to learn more about them and my family!
Hunter staton and his grandfather talk to each other on their life
This interview was with one of the most important people in my life my mom
97 year old Helen Shuldt tells her granddaughter about growing up on a farm, moving around the country and raising her grandchildren.
In my interview I asked my grandpa, aka Poppi, about his relationship with my Grandma, aka Zsazsa. He talked about how they met, what they thought about eachother, there wedding, and advice for me or anyone. I've always admired his...
Grandpa Ray Young, who retired from the practice of law last year at age 91, was interviewed by his 5-year-old Great-Granddaughter Charlotte Clark-Lietar (with help from Charlotte’s mom, Charity R. Clark). Grandpa Ray lived his whole life in the Boston...