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...

Thelma E. Robinson-Bloesing, age 101, as a young adult and running a trucking company in the 1940’s as a woman. (Part 2)

Thelma shared the story of her first marriage, the start of their trucking company, her divorce and eventual sale of her trucking company, her trip to California and the accident that resulted in the unexpected death of her father.

My grandfather and I discuss, growing up in Brooklyn during the Great Depression, his time spent at a naval academy, and his life in AL.
November 25, 2018 App Interview

Today I spoke with my grandfather about his memories from the Great Depression, his time spent in the Navy, and the most impactful moment in his life. I learned so much through this experience and look forward to making more...

“Tell me about Grandpa and the war.”

I interviewed my mother about my grandfathers post war experience. It was very interesting to hear about his experiences.

Interview with Doreen

Interview with Doreen, a mother, teacher, and survivor of WW2 bombing raids of London.

My Nanbie's Life and Experiences

I interview my grandmother about her family, life, and childhood.

Michael DelPercio – Willowood x PC

Pedro Damasceno (17) speaks to Michael (Mike) DelPercio (99). Interview hosted by Pine Crest’s Photography Club at the Willowood Brookdale resident center on August 9th, 2017. Mike shares the story of his life; New York, the Navy, and love. c/o...

Growing up in Hawaii

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,...

Great Thanksgiving interview with my grandmother

What it was like growing up in Texas as an orphan throughout the second world war. It's amazing how much the past plays into our lives and the ones we love.

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Beth Markley and Jim Barclay

Beth Markley (51) helps her uncle Jim Barclay (80) remember his father and her grandfather, a police officer and former security manager at Camp Minidoka- a Japanese internment camp and the impact it had on his life.

Al Hopson, Cameron Kuo, , , and

World War Two veteran and longtime Watsonville native, Al Hopson tells of his time in the United States Army Air Corps (now called the US Air Force). He enlisted in February of 1943 on his eighteenth birthday. His intention was...

The Life and Traditions of a Family of 7.

Isabella Mardigian interviews her aunt Isabella Pirri about family, legacy, and the holidays. Recorded on Thanksgiving Day 2021 in Latham, New York at Nonna and Nonno’s house, the interesting stories about war, immigration, and early life in America with 5...

Interview with my Grandfather.

His life living under Mussolini and the Nazis in his town in Italy, and moving to the United States.

My Grandmother Interview

We talked about what it was like growing up during World War 2 and what her childhood was like in Tiptonville.

Irene Baron post WW 2
October 20, 2020 App Interview

Susan Baron Zerman interviews her mom about affairs of the heart

Phillip Robert Laatsch

Thanksgiving 2015 interview at Glen Meadows Retirement community discussion with Phillip Robert Laatsch. Includes conversation about growing up in Wisconsin, Wisconsin cheese & milk, driving a big rig truck, living and raising a family in Fallston, Harford County, MD. Progress...

Braede Bailey and his grandmother, Virginia Masson, speak about growing up in Massachusetts.

This interview conducted on November 22, 2016, at The Mead School in Stamford, CT, is about when Braede, who is 13, and Virgina Masson, 84, talk about her childhood in Massachusetts during WW2. She talks about her life growing up...