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Barbara Brown interviews her mother, Mathilda Tibby Brown, about her career in Suffolk County Family Court, and about being the mother of four children.
Earl S. Elliott, Jr., 84, talks to his grandson C. Nathan Elliott, 31, about his family history and his life.
Ruth E. Lewis (84) tells her grandson, Lon Cseplo (39) of her family’s life during the Great Depression and later during World War II. She shares the story of her mother’s coming to the United States by way of Ellis...
Barry Benepe talks to his son Adrian Benepe about growing up with a love of nature, his process of learning about art, and the Greenmarket in New York that he founded
Rosalie reflects on her early years, her accomplishments and hopes for her family
Suzanne Nikolaisen (39) interviews her father, Henry J. Johnson Jr. (82) about his career in aeronautical engineering.
Hanna Schechner and her daughter, Beth Schechner, talk about Hanna’s upbringing in Holland and her family migration to Holland.
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.
Marion McClatchy (78) is interviewed by her daughter Susan McClatchy (44) about growing up in Bogota, Colombia.
Sue Manlove, 61, and her coworker and friend Lorriane Scurti, 52, talk about their experiences as secretaries at Northern Illinois University and about dealing with the aftermath of the February 14th shooting.
Father tells his daughter about growing up in Milwaukee, his travels and his work.
Ruth Enders talks with her granddaughter, Erin Chrusciel, about how she raised nine children and what life as a military wife is like.
Frank worked as a laborer and surveyor in the construction of the World Trade Center, as well as many other skyscrapers and tunnels in and around New York City. He talks about what this work meant to him and how...
Susan interviews her mother, Louise (who has stage 4 Lung Cancer) about her childhood, her career, and memories of her husband.
Brian Madison (55) interviews his mother Lois Madison (82). LM talks about her grandparents and her family, moving to Vancouver during WWII, and meeting her husband. She also talks about her life with her husband Oscar.
Albert H. Lozano, 84, talks with his daughter Catalina Lozano, 58, about growing up in Mexico, his immigration to the US, his family and his varied careers.
Louis talks to his daughter, Rebecca, about his experiences abroad in the Air Force.
William (Bill) Mayweather (71) and his granddaughter Lauren Jefferson (15) are interviewed by their daughter/mother, Tonya Groomes (45) about a member of their family being part of the Pulitzer Prize winning book “Slavery By Another Name.”
Ruth Levenson (87) talks to her son David Taussig (60) and daughter-in-law Cecily Burke (61) about her life as a Holocaust refugee and eventually immigrating to the United States.
Clarissa Kirschenbaum (62) remembers her brother, Victor Wald, who died in the September 11th attacks on the World Trade Center, with her significant other, Gabriel Gonzalez (58).
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.
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.
Mary “Wisher” Barthelman and her daughter Meg Reuthe talk about their mother-daughter relationship.
Siegfried Buss (78) talks with daughter Frieda Nossaman (?) about being a German missionary living in Japan.