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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.
Francis Wong (72) talks to his wife Mary Ann Wong (62) about his life, his accomplishments and the things he is most proudest of.
Gwyn Cready, 47, was interviewed by her friend of 31 years, Teri Coyne, 47, about the sudden death of her sister.
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.
92 year old woman is interviewed by her 65 year old daughter about her family, growing up in Little Rock, Arkansas, and her career as a bookkeeper in St Louis.
Barbara Huntley (67) talks with her husband Horace Huntley (68) about childhoods, courtship, and children.
Dr. Orsini Gonzáles (60) tells his daughter, Ysabel Y. González (29) how his parents met in Puerto Rico, about growing up in the South Bronx in the ‘60s, and how he met his wife, Ysabel’s mother.
Rosa Montes is interviewed by her children, Natalia Fidelholtz and Estanislao Fidelholtz about their births, being a mom, her family in Argentina and maintaining family closeness.
Dorothy Blau and Florence Brown are interviewed by their granddaughter Alana Cowan about their parents immigration to America, their childhood, education and their husbands.
Mike and Karen Breton are interviewed by their son Kris Breton about living abroad in Iran and Brazil, having children,their marriage and moving to Arkansas.
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...
James Leedy (79) talks to his daughter Stephanie Leedy (50) about James’ life as an artist and art instructor.
Brenda Ford (51) interviews her conversation partner Victor-Alan Weeks (25) about being a young Black man native of Atlanta, Georgia about how he became a Global Multimedia Specialist and Hemp Farmer.
Ronald D. Joos, 63, is interviewed by his daughter Kristin E. Joos, 31, about being gay.
Ellen (49) interviews her husband, Arthur (60), about his family history in Brooklyn and his career as an artist, musician, and curator.
Kevin interviews his girlfriend, Anne, about her childhood and how her parents influenced her career and sociopolitical beliefs.
Pat Quinn (63) interviews her friend, Camille Warzecha (67) about her family and how she came to live in Little Falls, MN. Camille talks about her ancestry and retells the stories of how her grandparents came to the United States.
Noreen Haubrock (75) talks with her son Chip Haubrock (51) about Chips grandfather and father.
Milena Muzquiz (31) is interviewed by her friend, Stephanie Taylor (37) about growing up and her move to the U.S. from Tijuana when she was in elementary school.
Susan Di Christina (40) interviews her mother-in-law, Joan Di Christina (73) about Joan’s family ancestry and the history of the Erie Canal.
Tracy Jackson, 17, and Octavia Fugerson, 19, talk about Tracy’s senior year of high school and look forward to how Tracy’s life will likely change once he attends college in the fall.
Arlene Swartz (61) talks to her friend and coworker Kathrina Proscia (50) about her childhood in the Bronx and Queens, her family and her career in philanthropy and fundraising.