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- Childhood Games 520
- Appearance 520
- college 520
- Finnup Foundation 520
- personal experiences 426
- memories of growing up 410
- memories of former times 294
- Spouse 247
- school day memories 245
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David Kuhl and Abby Wheeler talk about their family get-togethers and how everyone seems to truly enjoy themselves.
Kathleen Wright, 41, interviews her father Kenneth Lynch, 67, about his childhood.
Mary Isaacson (46) and Julie Summers (46) discuss their time spent with the CampFire organization. They have been involved in some capacity since high school and are both current Board Members
Akiba Shabazz talks with her daughters Naja and Zuri about her life growing up with her parents in Memphis, her marriages and travels.
Michael and Joseph talk about their father/son relationship and their sexuality.
Joyce Hayes, 64, talks with her friend Tanene, 28, about growing up in Chicago and her involvement with social work, education and politics.
William Silva, 63, and his daughter, Laylah Silva, 38 talk about William’s life growing up coming back an d forth from Cuba to the United States, and their unconventional family.
Ruth remembers her college days, her first jobs, and her husband.
Maddison White want's to become an anesthesiologist.
I interviewed a classmate for a project and they need to approach it as if they were a doctor.
Patrick Donohew, 43, talks with facilitator R. Lena Richardson, 33, about his friend, Jane Bresnick, who recently passed away. Patrick and Jane were lovers of StoryCorps and had planned to come for an interview together before her death.
Lynne Murray, 57, in conversation with her good friend Kathrina Proscia, 48.
Daughter interviews doctor father about his own father who was a country doctor
Cynthia Tainsh (50) talks with her husband, Robert Tainsh (49), about moving to Florida from New England and their experiences having twins and then triplets.
One Small Step Conversation partners Dina Wood (66) and Bailey Shepard (34) discuss experiences in college, major influences in their life, personal values, and political points view.
Charles King feels that he has led a good life. He feels fortunate to have obtained a good education, have a successful career as a jazz pianist, and now has the opportunity to teach piano to kids.
A woman speaks to her mother about growing up during the Great Depression and World War 2, and becoming an occupational therapist.
School Counselor Dan Schmidt, 55, interviews one of his students Carolina, 18, about what motivates her, the challenges she faces as an undocumented student, and her hopes for going to college.
Walter Klein (73) was interviewed by Marisa karplus (31) to talk about her father Esteban, who pass away and used to have a very close relationship with Walter
Debbie Withers (48) interviews her mother-in-law, Sarah Wjthers (78) about her life as a educator and a minister’s wife and her family.
Woman tells her daughter what it was like growing up on a farm.
Alice Ferris interviews her friend, Jim Anderson about Jim’s grandmother, “Grandma Daisy” and the influence she has had on his life.
Patricia Kloiber is interviewed by her daughter, Kathleen Kloiber Koch about her life.
Ann Wales (49) interviews her mother Joyce Ostergren about growing up during the Great Depression, their family, and how Joyce met her husband.