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- Great Depression stories 30
- anecdotes (humorous but true stories) 30
- memories of growing up 28
- personal experiences 28
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James Desjardin, 83, is interviewed by his wife, Gertrude Desjardin, 77, about his life.
Ray Rosing tells his granddaughter about growing up in Illinois, his experiences in WWII and his family.
Bruce Ferguson talks with his daughter, Mimie Pacheco about his love of history, farming, and serving in a public service office for over 20 years.
Joe (80) tells his grandson James (40) about his family, his childhood, his work life, his marriage, his daughter (James’s mother), his emphysema and his outlook on life.
John Daigle Jr. interviews his father, John Daigle Sr., about his father and childhood, his own children and family and his thoughts about morality, his Catholic faith and war.
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.
Betty Yuen, 85, tells her daughter Lois Yuen, 45, and her son Eddie Yuen, 43, about growing up in Minnesota, being a stewardess, traveling to India alone, and meeting their father, Hoh-Kun (Donald) Yuen.
John Edward Balthrop, 91, talks to his daughter Sheila Michel, 52, about his military career, his wife, and his medical career.
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
Steve Ela (46) talks with his parents, Shirley Ela (85) and William Ela (86) about their long standing family involvement in the fruit farming industry.
49 year old daughter interviews her 77 year old father about growing up in Kentucky, joining the airforce, having a family and being a dentist in a small town in Missouri.
Lisa (37) and Amy (51) interview their mother Alma (79) about her childhood in Youngstown, OH, meeting and falling in love with her husband, and their extended family.
parents tell their daughter about their courtship and marriage
Jack Powell was a poor kid from literally the wrong side of the tracks who went to college on an athletic scholarship and became a rare-earth chemist who purified uranium for the Manhattan scholarship. He says, “losing my football scholarship...
Larry tells Martha about his family and the impact his father and uncle had on his life.
Eugene Hutchens, age 80, and his son, Dale Hutchens, age 53, talk about Eugene’s life growing up during the Great Depression, his years as a Baptist pastor in Alabama, and his career in radio.
Stephen and Barbara interview Stephen’s father, Andy, about returning to America from Hungary, his first jobs, and his wife, Mary.
David Kuhl and Abby Wheeler talk about their family get-togethers and how everyone seems to truly enjoy themselves.
World War II stories; story of falling in love with wife at first sight.
Daughter interviews mom about marriage and small hometown in Nebraska, where she grew up in the 1930s and 40s.
A woman speaks to her mother about growing up during the Great Depression and World War 2, and becoming an occupational therapist.