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- family in-jokes 521
- anecdotes (humorous but true stories) 450
- Family Traditions 300
- Chicken, Cows, Pigs 521
- Family Lineage 521
- personal experiences 521
- memories of growing up 480
- memories of former times 363
- Spouse 295
- school day memories 277
- social beliefs and practices 256
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- Andover Center for History and Culture 5
- Tuckerton Seaport & Baymen's Museum 4
- Madison County Public Library 2
- StoryCorps 2
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Saul talks about growing up in Detroit, his childhood memories, and working in the junkyard business.
Keith Hinton (21) is interviewed by his teacher Diane Raab (44). Keith shares the memories of his school days and the challenges and joys of growing up blind. He also discusses the trails and tribulations of his first love.
DeAnne Hart (78) and Fred Mindlin (64) talk about the founding and history of the Pajaro Valley Arts Council.
Libby interviews her mother, Mary, about her life.
Stephanie tells stories of her big and dramatic family.
Stacey Rees (42) is interviewed by her partner Erik Huber (47). They discuss Stacey’s life and that of their child Huckleberry.
Jennifer Colleen Nuchia (33) and her husband Stephen Nuchia (47) sit to talk about the loss of Jennifer’s daughter India to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome and its effect on her family and their marriage.
Cathy reminisces on her life as a young woman discovering the world around her.
Marguerite Brown is interviewed by her granddaugter Micheline Brown about her life, her work and family.
William McAllister was interviewed by his daughters, Lisa McAllister and Amy Farges, as well as his grandson, Julien Farges. They talked about William’s life growing up, the Depression, WWII, William’s return to college after the war, his Masters and PhD,...
97-year-old grandfather reminisces about the early 20th century.
Camille Gendell (67) interviews her mother Doris Chesson (92) about her life in Norfolk.
Jeanette Remak talks about her sister Mary Remak, who was a victim of the 1993 World Trade Center Attack.
Karl Friedman (86) is interviewed by his colleague and friend Maurice Shevin (58) about his involvement in the Jewish community and Civil Rights Movement in Birmingham.
William J. Ancell talks with his wife Judith Anne Weeks Ancell about growing up in Chicago, his young childhood during wartime, his family and children, and his work as an environment engineer.
Hans tells Felix about his life philosophies and his childhood in Breslau, Germany
Theresa Lothspeich, 76, talks with brother Sylvan Loegering, 71, about their memories of growing up on a farm with 12 other siblings.
Angie Apodaca (74) talks with her daughter Cynthia Apodaca (47) about losing her son Eric to HIV/AIDS.
Earl S. Elliott, Jr., 84, talks to his grandson C. Nathan Elliott, 31, about his family history and his life.
Fred Gonzalez, Jr., 27, and Alex Leguillow, 63, remember Alex’s nephew and Fred’s brother Nestor A. Cintron III, a Cantor Fitzgerald broker who was killed on September 11, 2001 in the World Trade Center attacks.
Alfonso Castillo Garcia (84) talks with his granddaughter Renee Sanchez (36) about his life.
Mirta Mihovilovic (63) and her cousins Angelina Thomas (88) and Mark Thomas (59) talk about their family history and how they recently came into contact with one another.
Pauline Kreider talks about WWII.
Jack talks with his daughter about his small-town childhood, his work in finance, and his thoughts about his future.
A granddaughter interviews her grandmother about her life.