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- Great Depression stories 465
- family in-jokes 465
- anecdotes (humorous but true stories) 392
- birth of first child 228
- Boon County, Kentucky 465
- personal experiences 465
- memories of growing up 420
- memories of former times 339
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Amy talks with her mother, Dolly, about growing up on a farm in North Dakota.
Molly recalls her experience in a home for unwed mothers in the late 1960s, the death of her father and the death of her second husband.
Kim Allen talks with her parents Kenton and Kathleen Allen about how they met, got engaged and their children and grandchildren.
Jason Womack, 36, in conversation with friend and business partner, Joe Bruzzese, 38.
Tyler Marion tells his spouse Brenda Martin about the decision he made after high school to go to California. He talks about why he had to return home to Kansas.
Shelia asked her husband Tom about growing up in Butte, working in the mines, and his family.
Joan Ruskin, 85, talks to her daughter Susan Steinhauer, , about life after her heart attack and what she now considers important in life.
Edward Augustus (Gus) Dearolph (71) is interviewed by his friend and former colleague, Scott Crook (56) about his Marine background, his long tenure at Woodward Academy as a physics teacher and his hopes for Woodward Academy moving forward.
Mutt Murray talks to his neighbor Sam Schropp about growing up with horses, farming with his family, and learning to fly small planes.
Justus Rosenberg tells friend and colleague Janet Harris of his work as a messenger for the Varian Fry Foundation and of his work during World War II for the American Rescue Committee, now known as the International Rescue Committee.l
A mother and daughter talk about family history.
Roberta Zadow (70) talks to her daughter Kira Greer (32) about growing up with Polio and her time in the Haight Ashbury during the 1960’s.
Sisters, Patricia Panatier (55) and Irene Gilmore (60), remember their brother, Chris Panatier, who worked for Cantor Fitzgerald, and was killed in the September 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center.
Mary Shumar (56) interviews her father, Pat Engelberg (95), about his childhood, meeting her mother and his advice for his great-grandchild. Pat talks about why he has had a good life.
Woman is interviewed by her grandson about growing up in St. Regis Falls, her family, meeting her husband and driving across the country, loss of her husband and son, and life now.
Michelle Brenard, 62, tells facilitator Sarah Geis, 28, about the lesbian group she founded for women over 40 and her family.
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.
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.
Friend interviews Charley about being the piano player at a favorite hangout in Flagstaff, and about his childhood growing up in a town near the Navajo reservation, called Ganado, in Arizona.
Marilyn remembers her daughter Renee who passed away.
Emily, 26, interviews her mother, Christine, 55, about her father, Harry Murray.
Mother talks about what she’s learned in life