Bowling progression

Bowling how I have been doing how far I’ve gotten steps I’m taking to improve.

Sarah Mathes and her aunt Mary Foelster talk about growing up in Maryland and her careers along the way.

In this interview, conducted on November 26, 2017 in Annapolis, Maryland, Sarah interviews her aunt Mary Foelster about life growing up in Maryland and her career path along the way. Mary talks about life growing up for her as the...

Emmaline Wood and her dad Arnold Seton Wood III talk about his life and family.

In this interview Emmaline Wood age 16 interviews her dad Arnold Seton Wood III age 52. They recorded this interview in Swampscott Massachusetts, on November 29, 2020. Emmaline asks her dad about funny stories he wants to share about when...

A walk into the past with my grandmother

The interview was conducted in my living room. We disscussed what it was like for her growing up with 5 kids in her family in a small town in a rural area. What games she liked to play, what she...

Interview with My Dad about Bowling

My father and I both bowl; we had a conversation about how he started and how it has changed over time, and what its future looks like.

Rosalyn Schragg and Leanna Hayes

Rosalyn Schragg [no age given] interviews her friend Leanna Hayes [no age given] about Rosalyn’s journey from Rotherham, England to Soap Lake, Washington State. They also discuss Rosalyn’s marriage, children, career, and home.

Carl Lunn and Deborah Lunn

Carl and Debbie share some stories of Carl's early years, then their life together, married for 50 years. Debbie skillfully redirects Carl's answers when his memory is challenging him to recall details.

interview final part 2 2023

this is the second part of the interview with Erika and going into more depth about bowling 

Danny Nielsen and Timothy Nielsen

Timothy "Tim" Nielsen (46) interviews his father Danny Nielsen (77) about his childhood, his military experience, and what he is most proud of.

Jerry Price – November 2018

During this interview, we discussed the early years of Jerry Price’s youth. As a kid he ran a nightcrawler and lawn mowing business while juggling choir, orchestra and band in school. He later joined a bowling league. After his time...