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Rosa Rio, 106, is interviewed by her friend, Tara Schroeder, 45.
Violet Hittle, 97, is interviewed by her granddaughter, Doreen Myers,50.
25 year old woman and her husband interview her grandfather-in-law about his heart for social justice.
A grandmother tells her granddaughter about growing up and her married life.
son interivews his mom about how she single-handedly raised her three sons once her husband got very ill. until then she’d always been dependent on her husband. very nice interivew.
Dan Shellenbarger interviews his mother, Sue, about her activist work.
Lois tells stories about growing up in South Dakota, studying journalism and her many carriers throughout her life.
Roz interviews her parents for their 50th wedding anniversary and tells them things the family has said about them.
These 6 business partners came to the booth to tell the story of the beginning, growth, and success of their company, McNeely, Pigott, and Fox.
Caroline Denham (25) and her mother Judith Blake (65) have a conversation about Caroline’s childhood and Judith’s parenting choices.
Julie Miccichi, 40, interviews her father Charles “Bob” Warner, 79, about his life.
Robert J. Baumann (70) talks with wife, Judith Baumann (68) about his career in child neurology and his work in the rural communities of Eastern Kentucky.
Jesse Lomelí (66) and his sister Marta Lomelí (57) talk about when their family came to the United States from Mexico, the cultural difference at home and at school.
A woman talks about the deaths of two of her three children, and growing up in a poor Spanish speaking family.
Evan and Rosina Interview Edward White to know a little bit more about his background
Pauline Curry (64) is interviewed by her daughter, Christine Hemmings (40) about her lifetime love of the Dolly Copp campground.
Susan Manning asks her parents Harold and Doreen Manning about their life and tells them what they mean to her as parents.
Marian Goldstine, 67, talks to her daughter Susan Goldstine, 38, about her grandparents, parents, and extended family, who fled Germany during the Holocaust.
Facilitator Jackie Sojico, 23, interviews Barbara Altman, 67, about her father, Harold Alton Corbin.
Dale Hutchens, 53, interviews his father Eugune Hutchens, 80, about his life, his abiding interest in radio and his experiences growing up in a poor, sharecropping family
Thomas tells daughter about meeting her mother and about how he came to Chicago from Ireland.
Betty Werner (72) is interviewed by her daughters Marta Werner (45) and Rebecca Werner (47) about her life.
Cliff Poetz, 51, talks with is good friend Charlie Lakin, 64, about his life as a disability activist.