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I interviewed my grandmother about her life as a teenager in Macon, Georgia during the 50s.
This interview is about many work experiences that Tony had during his career. It includes several armed robberies that were done in full restaurants during the day. It includes several burglaries too!
Memories of lesbian life of an 82 year old in honor of the 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall riot
Our interview centered around family and faith. This included stories about my grandfather’s childhood, stories about his children and grandchildren, and stories from his time in service.
In this interview, Erin Chatman (16) talks to her Grandad, Godfrey Johnson (65), about his life, growing up in the 50s and 60s. He touches on being a black child during the prime of the civil rights era, his fight...
This interview was done with Tony Wynn by his brothers; Collins and Don. It covers his first memories of family life and his first jobs.
My aunt tells me of family history, and the women in my family who went to college during the Great Depression.
Linnea Guy (13), from Greenville, South Carolina and Miriam Wood (69), also from Greenville but originally from Caracas, Venezuela, discuss early experiences from Miriam’s first months spent in America. In this interview, conducted in Greenville, South Carolina on November 28,...
An interview with a man named Bubber Wilkes who attended Rocket Hall in the 1960s.
Eli Carter interviews his Nana, Dinna “Sissy” Wilson about her life. They talk about her childhood and growing up in the 1950s- now in Mississippi. They also talk about her children and past regrets. As well as her fond memories...