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- tuberculosis 23
- memories of growing up 7
- school day memories 6
- anecdotes (humorous but true stories) 3
- Family 3
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Interview with Patricia Harkaway (age 93) about communicable diseases (tuberculosis, polio, and COVID) in the 20th and 21st centuries.
Enrique "Henry" Hernandez (90) and Tina Hernandez (88) talk with their daughter, Kathy Zamudio (57) about how they met in the hospital when they both had tuberculosis. They remember first interactions after being released from the hospital, getting married, and...
Heather Sher (40) interviews her grandmother, Rheba Sher (89) about growing up above the family bar in Baltimore, adopting two sons, and retiring at 85. Heather and Rheba now live together.
Eugene McCray (65) talks to his colleague and friend Laura Eastham (50) about his career at the CDC.
Daughter interviews her father about growing up Irish in Milwaukee and surrounding areas.
Edward Turner (84) talks to Martha Hennessy (59) about joining the catholic workers movement and Dorothy Day and her legacy.
Nora Ann (90) and her son Peter Pilliod (40) spoke of her childhood and early adulthood growing up in Chicago. She spoke of her parents and grandparents, meeting her husband, and about her son Peter.
Luis tells his daughter Lucy about growing up in San Antonio, his high school years, and his experience in college
Dr. Thomson discusses his path into medicine with the WKU Rural Health Scholars. They also discuss rural health and Dr. Thomson's role as the TB doctor for the Barren River District Health Department.
Renee Bell (47) interviews her father, David Goodwin (71), about his childhood, and his experience building the house Renee grew up in.
Pat Quinn (63) interviews her friend, Camille Warzecha (67) about her family and how she came to live in Little Falls, MN. Camille talks about her ancestry and retells the stories of how her grandparents came to the United States.
Danielle Simonne Lucas (33) talks with her father, Robert A Moales (81), about his childhood, his military service and education as well as being a dad.
Claire lost her mother at a relatively young age to tuberculosis. She was left to care for her younger sister which led to a life long close relationship into adulthood.
My father talking about his memories of his mother having tuberculosis in the 1940’s.
Lois was nine when her mother was first quarantined in a sanitorium for tuberculosis, a highly contageous and deadly respiratory disease worldwide. She and her three siblings could only visit standing on the lawn, gazing at their mother for as...
Mrs.Joy was kind enough to share her life experiences with me and I am forever grateful. She is a military widow who owns her own daycare. Being a combat veteran myself, I had countless questions because of the many intersections...
Patricio E Baca (66) talks with facilitator Lilly Sullivan (26) about his family’s genealogy and the “Baca” name in his family.
Anna Rodriguez (37) interviews her grandmother Anna Bruton about being raised by her grandmother, having TB and raising a big family with 7 children, 19 grandchildren 13 great-grandchildren and counting
Mary Kahle tells about surviving tuberculosis
Marc Moss (51) interviews his mother-in-law, Barbara Bartmess (77), about her childhood, marriage, and spirituality.
Susan Kelley (57) sits down with her mother, Grace Kelley (89), to talk about her experience immigrating to the United States from Palestine, to discuss her passions for nursing and music, and to remember members of their family who have...
Oscar Elgert (92) tells friend Lorie Swearingen (53) about his family immigrating from Germany to Poland in the 1800s and then how he and his family immigrated from Poland in the 1920 when he was 7. He also talks about...
Georgie talks with her daughter Sonia Walker about growing up in Buffalo, the illnesses Georgia has suffered and the strength and perseverance they have learned as family.