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Spencer Kresie and Michael Cavenee talk about how the influential people and events in our lives led us to where we are.

In this interview, conducted in December 2018 in Plano, Texas, Spencer Kresie (16) interviews his step-father Michael Cavenee (61) regarding his childhood in Iowa and the path of his career. Mr. Cavenee described a large variety of memories, such as...

Interview with Donna Scheffler

I sat down with my grandmother to talk about her experiences of historical events

Mitchell and Nancy talk about the John F. Kennedy assassination. “I really felt like I knew him.”

Nancy describes her emotions after the attack happened. She was only a kid, so at the time she wasn't impacted too much. Now that she looks back, she understands the significance of the attack and how this was the spark...

Recording – 11-30-2023 14:23:43

his name is ceaser lechuga and he is 15 he is single and we talked about life in Chicago and how it is in Kennedy high school.

How the Public Reacted to JFK’s Assassination

In this interview, Sydney Lien interviews her Nana, Judith Dziadosz, about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and how the public reacted to this horrible tragedy. Judith has provided information about how she heard about the assassination and how...

John F Kennedy assassination
October 30, 2018 App Interview

My grandpa and I discussing what life was like when John F. Kennedy got assassinated


Talking to my Grandma during Thanksgiving about her past and values!

Uncle Melvin

Isaiah Melvin Watkins Is a navy veteran from central Texas who now halls dirt and sand

Brenna Keaty Interviews Marcia Sears about her early childhood and school life.

In this interview, conducted on November 18, 2017, in Evergreen Park, Illinois, Brenna Keaty (17) interviews her grandmother Marcia Sears (69). Marcia is interviewed about her earliest childhood memories. She talks about playing with the other children in her neighborhood....

The importance of family

In this interview, conducted in April 23 in Orange, California. Gabrielle Wilson(21) interviewed her grandmother Dianne Wilson(80) about her life growing up. She talked about family and her childhood with her 2 sisters and 1 brother. She also talked about...

Zach Tusinger interviews his Grandmother Janice Tusinger about the Pandemic and the 2020 Election.

2021-01-24: Zach Tusinger (35) talks to his grandmother Janice Tusinger (84) about living through the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic and the recent 2020 election and inauguration. She shares several memories about growing up and various Twentieth Century elections and...

My Nana

I interviewed my endeared grandmother who I call my Nana. She has lived a full and wonderful life. She is an example of a hard working woman and a loving friend and mother figure to all. I’m blessed to be...

The Parker’s Great Thanksgiving Listen

In my interview we talked about my grandfathers early life and what it was like growing up. We also talked about getting married to my grandmother and things future generations of our family should know.

1960s (JFK)

Interview about the 1960s, primarily the role of John F Kennedy

Jadyn Pollack- Living History Project

interviewed about John F. Kennedy and the impact he had on her life.

thanksgiving interview with barbara hudson (my grandmother)

We talked about several different historical events and discussed her childhood and different events that took place during it. She talked about what it was liked for her to grow up, and we discussed the important historical events that took...

Living History Project- 1960s

My interview with my grandmother talking about the 1960s and her life during major events that happened.

Thanksgiving though the years with a focus on how much Truck Stops mean for working people during the Holidays.

Interviewing my dad, George Kopser, he recounts many of his Thanksgiving day memories from when Jack Ruby shot Lee Harvey Olswald all the way forward to the truckstops across interstate 80 that provided him the holiday meal he was missing...