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The Doyles share their experience of the 1960’s. Showcasing major events, including the Vietnam war, civil rights, and assassinations.
Folksinger and Old Town School teacher Ed Holstein talks with his student Rick Weiland about growing up on Chicago's south side, stories of the city's folk scene over the past 50+ years, and memories of his brother and collaborator Fred...
My Uncle Dan recalls his teenage years as the news cycle gradually revealed the horrors of the Vietnam war.
Mark Bauerschmidt and Judy Somershoe: interview about teaching and education in the 1960s.
This interview was conducted on January 7, 2018 via Skype. Cecilia Cain from Niskayuna, NY interviews her father, Gerry Cain, in Norfolk, VA. Gerry talks about what it was like growing up with a chronic illness in an African American...
Grandma has been living with Gavin (age 6), his sister Audra (she 3) for 5 months. Today he asked her questions about growing up in Illinois and raising her family in Colorado
Lynn shares with Sarah her experience of going to the 1965 Presidential Inauguration, of attending Northwestern in Chicago in 1965-1969 during the campus uprisings, and recognizing the importance of living in diverse places with water roots.
Our family’s history with hemophilia and its treatment complications, including HIV, Hepatitis, and inhibitors. As we near a cure, we remember the past.
This interview covered how important the Space Race affected the Cold War in the United States and the rest of the world.
This interview is centered around memories of a kind grandmother in Ohio and her affect on her granddaughter and future generations.
In this interview, conducted in November 2018 in Mohawk, New York, Lelaina Beauregard interviews her grandma Diane about her childhood and her faith in life. Grandma Diane talks about her experience with faith in college and how she found it....
This interview is about the opinions of Counterculture and Elvis Presley from Louise Kulp
Kathryn di Giovanni looks back on America during her 101 years - race relations, the empowerment of women and how to survive crippling loss. An amazing positive take on life from a remarkably sharp and articulate 101 year old woman.
Sandy Grady, born in 1945, shares her perspective on the ideas of the women's rights movement during the 1960s and 1970s. She shares her opinion regarding abortion, the wage gap, and women's rights in the military.
Gwen Benner: 2020-08-25 20:51:30 Gwen Benner talks with Margaret Sohm about her memories of life in rural Iowa and growing up from an adolescent to a young bride in college.
In this interview (part two), conducted in November 22, 2018 in Mohawk, New York, Lelaina Beauregard interviews her Grandma Diane about her life. Grandma Diane shares the funny stories of how she met her husband and her second one. She...
Mary moved to San Francisco as a 27 year old in the 1960s. She shares stories about that move, going to the South to be a part of voter registration and marching for civil rights, her travels to South America...
A reflection of life in Sausalito in 1969. High school hangouts at the "drive -in," drag racing with the "Marin Gear Men," the Altamont Free Concert, and the live music of San Francisco in the late 60's.