Sarah Kong and Ida Chow
September 15, 2022 App Interview

Sarah Kong (16) interviews her grandma, Ida Chow (87), about her life in Hong Kong after the Second Sino-Japanese War, and her relationship with varying family members.

Interview with Dorothy Whitfield Chisholm on her experience in WWII — Winning the Purple Heart, Serving in Paris by Graham Chisholm

Dorothy Whitfield Chisholm (98) speaks with her son, Graham Chisholm (62) about her experience joining the British Army at age 18 in 1941, and then transferring over to the US Army in Great Britain in 1942, being wounded by a...

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Loren Johnston and Julia Kirschenbaum

Loren Johnston (73) is interviewed by StoryCorps Facilitator, Julia Kirschenbaum (25), to tell about the lives of his father and mother. Loren's words are meant to serve a as a proper memorial to his father, Byron Frank Johnston, a mortician...

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Joan Hession and Susan Fuchslin

Joan Hession talks with her daughter Susan Fuchslin about growing up near Birmingham and living through the war times during World War II. She talks about how her family’s house was opened up to different women and men serving in...

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Carlotta Young and Bessie Goldman

Carlotta Young (57) interviews her Bookmobile patron Bessie Goldman (96) about Bessie’s love of reading, her childhood in Baltimore, her experience of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the advice she would like to share with others.

Robert G Kullman, 94, with his granddaughter Colleen

Robert G. Kullman (94) was interviewed by his granddaughter, Colleen Kehoe-Conn (44) prior to quarantining on February 22, 2020. Grandpa Kullman describes his family and neighborhood during the Depression, childhood, surviving Polio, service in World War II, marriage and family,...

My 261 Days in Combat Recorded by P.F.C. Kenneth Gorman for his granddaughter.

When I was 21 I asked my grandfather to speak to my classroom about his time in WWII. He said no. It was the first time he said no to me in my life. A few weeks later he sent...

Interview with my Grandfather Gerald

This interview is with my grandfather Gerald Sunkin who is 83 years old. He speaks about his childhood and where he grew up. He tells about where his parents are from and what his parents did and what they were...

Fred & Phyllis Herschelman: An interview with my wife's grandparents. Giving the gift of cherished memories for her birthday.

Joe sits down with Fred & Phyllis Herschelman. Fred served our country in the U.S. airforce for various wars. Phyllis is the loving matriarch of a loving family in Central, Illinois.

Maxine 100 Years: Hooray! The War is OVER

Iris Maxine Pontius moved to Florida to be with her soldier husband Wayne during the final months of WWII. She brought a radio from home which became a source of news and entertainment for their twelve-cabin community. At war’s end,...

Kathleen Caldarella Riley and Matthew August

Matthew August: 2020-06-13 16:17:46 Matt August, age 42, interview with Grandma Kathleen Caldarella Riley, age 94, about significant periods in her life. She speaks about her family growing up and her time working in the WWII manufacturing plants. We touch...

Laura Smith interviews her grandmother Betty Hendrix about growing up during World War II

In this interview, Laura Smith (16) interviews her grandmother Betty Hendrix (80). Betty shares her memories of growing up during World War II and living in Alabama during the civil rights movement. This interview was conducted on November 22, 2018,...

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Alfred Klinger and Gerald (Jerry) Rudnick

Gerald (Jerry) Rudnick (68) interviews his uncle Alfred Klinger (87) about his European bicycling adventures taken after the death of his wife, Kit. Alfred went to Germany in part to visit Jerry, who was there visiting his son, and to...