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Jean Crawley, 75, tells her daughter, Barbara Pann, 49, about growing up and working in Cynthiana, Kentucky, losing her first husband, and being a single mother.
Michelle Brenard, 62, tells facilitator Sarah Geis, 28, about the lesbian group she founded for women over 40 and her family.
Earl S. Elliott, Jr., 84, talks to his grandson C. Nathan Elliott, 31, about his family history and his life.
William ‘Bill’ Creasy (82) and his daughter Susan Creasy (51) talk about his childhood in Wilmington and Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina.
Judith interiviews her lover/soulmate about his life and philosphy.
Jackie Neale talks with her student, Lila Chapman about how she is feeling in the time of the Coronavirus global pandemic. Lila is Jackie's ungrad photography student at the New York Film Academy and upon being given the stay-at-home mandate...
Addison K. Groff, a retired minister who was born in 1919 in Rochester, NY, but spent most of his adolescence in Boonsboro, Maryland, is interviewed by his grandson, Edwin Groff on November 25, 2017. He lived through some of the...
David and Jennifer recall memories of being together.
Frank Blizzard tells son Edward Blizzard of his childhood during the Depression, of his memories of World War II, and of his time in the Army during the Korean War.
My grandma when she was small was devastated because of the poorest with traumatic stress
DeAnne Hart (78) and Fred Mindlin (64) talk about the founding and history of the Pajaro Valley Arts Council.
Andre and Lynne Davidson remember Andre's late father, Lynne's husband.
Melody Lin (65) interviewed by her husband (Charles) Loring Woodman (75) about her childhood in Taiwan, marrying an American man and moving to Southern California, having a child with him, their divorce, her being a single mother, meeting and marrying...
Jeffrey interviews his father, Donald, about how his family came to South Dakota, his childhood on a farm, and being a pharmacist.
Emilie speaks with her husband Matthieu about immigrating from France to New York for work. He speaks about their difficulties and identity.
Tracy Jackson, 17, and Octavia Fugerson, 19, talk about Tracy’s senior year of high school and look forward to how Tracy’s life will likely change once he attends college in the fall.
Mary Ellen Moore (57) is interviewed by her friend and colleague Sheila Williams ( 53). The pair talk about Mary Ellen’s job as a flight attendant and about her strong efforts to begin a union for Delta flight attendants.
John Esaki (60) talks with his coworker and friend, Koji Steven Sakai (33), about their family backgrounds, their families’ experiences in Japanese American Internment Camps, redress and reparations, and the Japanese American National Museum.