Brandie Miklus and Jackson McQuigg

Friends and colleagues Brandie Miklus (40) and Jackson McQuigg (51) share a conversation about their involvement with Friends of Tampa Union Station. They discuss the history of the station, their personal connections to it, transit in Florida and historic preservation.

The Great Depression in Northwest Arkansas and Southwest Missouri Part 2

Continued interview of Troy Columbus "Lum" BATES and his wife Jessie RITER by their grandson Jared DRAKE in 1991

The Story of my Grandpas Life and Career

This interview of my grandpa and I is all about his life and career. He helped to put the first man on the moon and was an important part of the Lunar Module Landing. We also talk about my grandma...

People of the Rio Grande Valley Border Towns: Denny, "I wanted to go out and learn the world on my own, through my own eyes…"

People of the Rio Grande Valley Border Towns: Denny Bentley and I talk about being raised in the Rio Grande Valley by missionaries. In high school, Denny turned down the choice to be in AP classes at his high school...

Dan Bolyard and Don Long

Dan Bolyard (50) talks with his friend Don Long (73) about the history of railroads in Grant County. Referred to as the "railroad historian" of the area, he speaks to the importance of preserving this local history for others to...

Thomas "Tom" Bessa and Mysia Cole

Thomas "Tom" Bessa (76) tells stories of his family, his work and his personal history in Orlando, FL to StoryCorps facilitator Mysia Cole (36).

Christine Accetturo and Len Burks

Christine "Chris" Accetturo (59) interviews her friend Len Burks (62) about his family's migration to Montana from the Midwest at the turn of the 20th century.

Sophia Skinner and Beth Skinner

Sophia Skinner [no age given] interviews her mother, Beth Skinner (78), about her childhood in Olden, Missouri in the 1950s.

India-Pakistan Partition: StoryCorps Interview

In this interview, my grandpa talks about his experience with the India-Pakistan partition. Then afterward I talk to my grandma and listen to what she thinks about the future of the world and lessons we can all learn from this...

Harold Hochstatter and Don Hochstatter

Don Hochstatter (58) interviews his father, Harold Hochstatter (84), about his childhood, his experience in the U.S. Army, his political career, his family, his perspective on death, and his Christian Faith.

Interview with my Grandpa, Denis Richmond

This interview was conducted for an AP Language project where we were tasked to interview a close elder and give insightful reviews and ask questions so we can further understand how cool our elders really are. I, Seth Greenland(16) interview...

Cyane Lowden and Roy Reynolds

One Small Step conversation partners Cyane Lowden (77) and Roy Reynolds (76) share stories, experiences, and perspectives from their respective and abundantly lived lives.