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Park family (Dave, Bill, Beverly, Frances and Connie) memories, working as a seamstress, The Great Depression, Sadie and General Eisenhower, children’s and widow’s needs after a father’s death.
My grandmother, Jeanette Williams, talks about growing up in the depression, school, and life lessons.
In this interview, conducted in November 2023, in Birmingham, Alabama, Maggie Walton (17), interviews her grandmother, Martha Thornburgh (81). This interview discusses Martha’s childhood as well as relationships with her family. Martha shared stories of growing up in Alabama, and...
Okinawan American talks about growing up in Hawaii in 1930s and 1940s. She also talks about moving to CA to work in a famous hair salon in Beverly Hills called Ménage a Trois. Aunty also talks about her deceased husband,...
This interview was about my grandma’s life. Growing up in Wyoming during the Great Depression. The heartbreak of becoming a widow, and finding love again.
This interview contains a conversation between 14 year old and his 91 year old grandfather. We discuss family values, traditions, religion, growing up in different times, and his life.
One Small Step participants, Jan Waldron (67) and Lenn Murrelle (58), talk about their familial influences, their frustrations with our government, and their love of cycling, all while discovering they share very similar viewpoints.
Aileen and Alison talk about growing up on a farm, moving to Richmond, teaching at RHS, and her retired life as a community volunteer.
This interview was conducted on November 30, 2020 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Interviewer/Granddaughter, Ashley Paffett (16), talks to her Grandmother, Sandra Spitz (71), about what it was like growing up in Ohio and moving to New Mexico. They also talk...
Lenore Carol Fox Monti (45) talks with her aunt, Sr. Carol Fox (83) about her maternal grandmother, Margaret Casey.
We talk about my Grandfather’s life, from his days in a small town in Kansas to being a grandfather of many in Manhattan Beach.
Interviewed Albert Busacca on his childhood in the Great Depression. He talked about living conditions and family traditions.
Mary Catherine and Edward Hustoles share childhood memories.
A middle school student interviews her grandpa about his life as a child. He grew up in the Great Depression and describes what it was like. He also talked about how he was in the navy and what it was...
I interviewed my grandfather about his time serving in the U.S. Navy and about his heritage during the Great Depression.
This eighty-minute 1974 interview of Anna Gertrude (Steinmetz) Paulus by her daughter Roman Catholic Sister Roma (Florence "Nancy") Paulus was recorded two years before Anna's death at age 86. Also present was son Bertram "Bob" Paulus. After some family singing,...
Longtime friends Allison Tant [no age given] and Courtney Atkins [no age given] sit down for a conversation about their advocacy work, their parents, their children, and the strong women who inspired them to become the community leaders they are...
Ryland (Ry) Rogers discusses his life including his engineering career at Xerox and his love of nature.
"A South Carolina Christmas" recounts the memories of my Mother, Edna Beck Sitler, as she recalls the rituals of celebrating Christmas in her small South Carolina community, Stiefeltown, still in the depths of The Great Depression. Professionally recorded before her...
Angela Little was born in 1920 in San Francisco to Italian and German immigrants. She wanted to be a scientist since she was a little girl and was one of the first women in the field of biology and nutrition.
I interviewed my grandmother about her time growing up, and her favorite family traditions. I also asked her about her schooling and her experience as an Alabama Cheerleader.