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- Salesmen 18
- personal experiences 14
- memories of growing up 13
- memories of former times 9
- social beliefs and practices 8
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Alice Ferris interviews her friend, Jim Anderson about Jim’s grandmother, “Grandma Daisy” and the influence she has had on his life.
Patricia Kloiber is interviewed by her daughter, Kathleen Kloiber Koch about her life.
Patricia and Christine interview their parents, Reggie and Robert about their lives.
Rosann Sinti is interview by Rosamund Looney about growing up in Soho as a child, her family’s ethnic. background, work, and her son and daughter.
Dale Hutchins (53) interviews his uncle Joe Goode (80) about Joe’s childhood, college, and military years. They discuss Joe’s parents and Dale’s mother, Joe’s sister Betty.
David Hill talks about how he became number one salesmen and how he wants to be remembered.
Friends and Colleagues Stuart Carroll, 50, and Tabitha Dellangelo, 40, talk about how Stuart came to the U.S. from Canada and how Tabitha came to become a teacher.
Tyler Marion tells his spouse Brenda Martin about the decision he made after high school to go to California. He talks about why he had to return home to Kansas.
Maria L. Leyba (60) talks with her daughter Angélica Turrieta (33) about her childhood life in a prison, growing up in New Mexico and the death of her brother Ramón.
Saul talks about growing up in Detroit, his childhood memories, and working in the junkyard business.
Susan "Meadow" Brook interviews her friend Mary Hervin about her life in Gustavus, cooking at the Elfin Cove Lodge, the women’s retreat she started, and lessons she would like to pass on to her family.
Tony Di Sante was interviewed by Stephanie Jaworski to talk about 9/11 attacks as well as his personal experience on that day as a Tour guide
Virginia talks to her son Charles about her experience in the work force
Lavera and Doyle Clay tell their grandson, John, about their courtship, family, childhood, and religion.
Colleagues Alan Pally (60) and Christine Karatnytsky (48) talk about their work at Lincoln Center. They reminisce about their firs jobs
George interviews his mother-in-law about her growing up in Lake Butler, FL, and her experiences during the depression and WWII.
Peter, 82, talks with his wife Samuela, 62, about his parents and their lengthy journey from Armenia to the United States.