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Grandma Margaret Vitale talks about the Great Depression, meeting her husband, life during and after WWII.
Charles tells his daughter, Melissa, and grandson, Kyle, about growing up in Virginia, the many cars he owned, and his experience in the Air Corps
Harriet Weber (65) interviews her friend Beryl Goto (75) about her journey to the United States from London, her life and time in Quincy, Washington, and her experiences as a flight attendant and hospice therapist.
Describes how he interviewed the pope, Grace Kelly, and others, and how he reported on the aftermath of WWII in Europe.
The story of Herman's childhood through his early adulthood, growing up and living as a farmer in Burkeville, Virginia.
Lauren M. Landau (30) speaks with her grandfather, Leonard M. Landau (99), about his childhood in the Bronx, serving in London and France during World War II, and getting by during COVID-19 compared to the Great Depression.
Vilma Remedios talks with her grandson, Jesse Remedios, about growing up in Hong Kong during World War II, falling in love with her husband, Eddie, and fulfilling her dreams of moving to the United States.
My great grandmother was a dental assistant in World War II and talks about her experiences and how hectic or normal things could be. She talks about the different people she knew and the different things she learned.
Seto You, age 92/93 or 97/98, is interviewed by his son, Ed You, age 26, about his early days in the USA. He arrived from China in 1916, worked as a cook in this country well into his 80's. He...
At age 98, a veteran of World War II talks with his grandson about his childhood in the South, his experiences in the war, receiving the Bronze Star, and adapting to life after service
Michael DiSalvo, 45, eldest son of Frank DiSalvo, 73, interviews his father about fatherhood and his advice for Michael's children.
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.
One Small Step conversation partners Carolyn Young [no age given] and Hawwa Youngmark [no age given] discuss navigating their different identities, dealing with tragedy, their faith, and their shared love of comic books.
Daniel Malakowsky (36) speaks to his close friend and colleague, Hanna Zack Miley (88). Hanna survived the holocaust by escaping to England at the age of 7-years-old. She shares her experience and path to forgiveness in the autobiography, A Garland...
Marie tells her daughter Rachel about her parents and their strength and dedication serving their country and raising a family
[Recorded: Tuesday, March 15, 2022] Stacy Bolling (44) and Susan Wenger (83) have a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, Virginia. Susan shares her experiences growing up in the mid-20th century, including the Civil Rights era and the Vietnam War....
Siegfried Buss (78) talks with daughter Frieda Nossaman (?) about being a German missionary living in Japan.
Johann Bauer grew up in WWII Hungary and moved to America in 1955 with his young daughter Maria. On October 28, 2020, over a year after his passing, his daughter Maria Monaco (67) sits down with one of his great-grandchildren...
Robin Liesenfelt and her aunt Joan Hill discuss life lessons and missed opportunities.
Anna Wasden (58) sits down with her mother, Joan Hunter Christensen (86), to ask about her family's turf accounting business, what it was like growing up in Distington, England during World War II, and the family traditions that differ from...
Jacquelyn Stokes (65) and her son Quenton Stokes-Brown (25) discuss the members of their family who have served in the military: Dr. Lewis Wright Jr, Thomas Elder Stokes, Charles “Sonny” Couch, Wadesworth Brown Jr, and Jasen Wadesworth Brown.
Rebecca Nuanez (21) talks with her mother, Dana Nuanez (57), about a backpacking trip that Dana took through Europe.
Jennie [no name given] [no age given] interviews her friend Gertrud [no age given] (83) about her experiences as a refugee from Bohemia, first to Germany and then to the United States, as well as her time as a Wisconsin...
June Mullan Reeves (83) tells her daughter, Amy Spiker (42), of her childhood during the Great Depression and of her work in Akron, OH, during World War II.