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Colleagues Blair Bates (66) and Nelson Nave (75) talk about their work in historic preservation, Blair working as a restoration contractor and Nelson as an architect, to maintain the Ladies’ Library Association building in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
Lesley has been a Waldorf classroom teacher, but her most notable accomplishment at WSNO is our beloved library, which she built from nothing. Find out how she did it.
Annette and Debbie talk about favorite movies, pets and apartment storage
Kathleen and Mike Dobbyn share stories and thoughts on friendship with Sherwood Regional Library staff. This conversation was a part of the “All Together Now: Share Your Stories” program for the Fairfax County Public Library’s 2023 Summer Reading Adventure for...
Chad Talbert talks with Debbie Martinelli about the importance of public libraries and The Hobbit
Brad Stephens, current director of the Salem Public Library, speaks with Debbie Martinelli about the library today and in the future.
Interview on my father about his experience with work life and personal life.
Friends Greg Adams (59) and Elizabeth "Beth" Storm Rule (47) talk about grief, the fragility of life, and their work caring for patients and families at Arkansas Children's Hospital. They reflect on the passing of Beth's husband and the impact...
Carol M. Highsmith discusses her decades-long project documenting America with Brett Zongker from the Library of Congress
Spouses, Melissa Nye (36) and Matthew Cosnett (38), share a conversation about their careers and the lessons they have learned from their work.
Karen Woodworth of Parchment Community Library and Lindsay Campbell, Kindleberger Summer Festival alum, share memories of the Festival and discuss plans for the 40th Festival Anniversary and Oral History project.
Former librarian and branch manager, Jane Richardson [no age given], shares a conversation with her friends Dr. Claire Davies [no age given] and Patty Dominguez [no age given] about Jane's experiences and perspectives as a librarian. They also talk about...
Frank Crum (49) shares a conversation with his colleague Roosevelt Jones (85) about Roosevelt’s childhood, his time in college, his military service, his career, his family, and his perspective on life.
Friends Audrey Zucker (82) and Carolyn Breidenbach (93) talk about their experiences with Sisterhood at Central Synagogue from the 1970's to the late 90s and early 2000s.
I talked to my great uncle Daniel Pankratz about his life, loved ones, and memories in the city of Chicago.
Krista Hirschmann, 36, was interviewed by her husband, Kevin Rodowicz, 37. Krista told the story of the beginning of their “courtship” at college which Kevin initiated as a four-month mystery to be solved by Krista. They also talked about their...
Friends and colleagues, Erma Banks [no age given] and Callie McGinnis (77), discuss their former workplace: Columbus Area Library Association (CALA). They talk about the formation of the organization, pivotal characters in its development, and the events they created to...
Former colleagues and friends Kathy Klager (65) and Adele Loria (36) discuss their paths to librarianship and what they love about living and working in the Midwest.
In this interview, conducted in November 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts, Tiffany Do (16) interviews her librarian Cindy Die (60) about her happiest moments in her college experience. Ms. Die shares stories about what she have learned in life as she...
Juniper Leherissey (50) interviews her colleague Stephen Brogden (74) about his time, experiences, and contributions during his tenure as the former director of the Harwood Library and Museum.
Co-workers Jennie Fidler (34) and Betsy Bleck (40) share their public library experiences.
Recording March 27, 2018 – The earliest memory of a library for Winona Crosby Stanley was dropping by the Judd’s Store to spend a nickel on a candy bar and crossing the street to the St. George Library for story...