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- Mural Arts 1
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- Singing River Genealogy-Local History Library 1 1 more
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I interview my Uncle John about his childhood and engineering path throughout college and post college. He talks about how his work affected him and some of the very important lessons he learned.
I interview my nana to ask her a few questions about her life and how she grew up.
Oral history about attending the last segregated school, Hygienic School, in Steelton, Pennsylvania. Interview conducted on 13 November 2018.
Peter Lauricella speaks on being in the Navy during the Vietnam War, and his life after #HinghamOC2017
My Grandma Pat is 81 at the time of this interview. Also heard in the interview is my mom. Grandma Pat tells her story of what she’s thankful for, how she wants to be remembered, and her story of motherhood....
Doug Schraeder’s influences in life and the lessons he learned. His most memorable moments. His job in Washington DC and why he took it. His current thoughts on the president. His lesson he would tell high school students.
The Butterfly Pavilion in Holmesberg, Philadelphia, PA is lovingly owned and run by John Cambridge. After a tumultuous start in a dubious situation, John and his small staff that feels like family banded together to make a thriving success of...
Joyce Frye, resident of Morrison Village (2503 Old Mobile Ave, Pascagoula, MS 39567) is interviewed by Reba Brown, Library Assistant 1 from Singing River Genealogy-Local History Library on Thursday, May 16, 2019. Ms. Frye discusses her pets, why she moved...
I have interviewed my grandmother about her childhood from 1941 to 1945, during WW2. She was nine or ten when the war ended in 1945.
My grandmas life as she was growing up and he reflection on it now
The son of a coal miner in Pennsylvania tells about life in the 1930s. Living off one ton of coal a year, wearing patched up socks, and helping dad with collecting coal in buckets.