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We just talked about her life before meeting Sam and then how being married has changed their relationship. We also talked about future plans and goal for life
An interview with my aunt, Guerra Stoll, about her life in New York and her childhood.
Lynn Skolnick discusses the Catskills and how she got to the Borscht Belt with Marvin Rappaport.
Joan Farrow discusses the Catskills with Marvin Rappaport and Alan Barrish.
Peter Chester and Marvin Rappaport discuss the Borscht Belt.
Howard Perlman and Alan Barrish discuss the Borscht Belt and growing up in the Catskills.
In this interview, conducted on December 4, 2019 in Vestavia Alabama, Sarah Chapman(17) interviews her dad, Seth Chapman(55) about her childhood and his experiences as a young person. He shares his family history discussing his parents origins and his immigrant...
Lauren and Aunt Sheila talk about Doris Kesner, Sheila’s mother and Lauren’s grandmother who emigrated to the United States from Poland in the 1940s.
A few days before 9/11 Sandra Barnard stayed at the same hotel as the men who flew the planes into the twin towers.
Talking about life during the depression and what it was like during world war 2
This interview was about life being a dancer and putting on show and working in professional dance companies.
An interview with my Aunt (Tita) as it referred to in Tagalog, about her life and professional development
This interview was just to acknowledge the fact that no matter were in the united states, you were impacted by 9/11.
Ruby Katz discusses the Catskills and the Borscht Belt with Marvin Rappaport and Alan Barrish.
Two professional photographers from New York discuss their career, journeys, inspirations and ideas for the future
As a celebration of Black History Month, February 2018, Middlebury College’s Davis Family Library has initiated a series of oral interviews, “In Your Own Words.” In them, Literatures & Cultures Librarian Katrina Spencer engages members of the community who trace...
In the spring of 1950, 13-year-old Kay Johnston spent her afternoons playing baseball on the neighborhood sandlot in Corning, New York. Kay wanted nothing more than to play Little League baseball. But at that time, it was unthinkable for girls...