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Bess talks about what a wonderful life she has had and how much she has loved her husband.
Dan Shellenbarger interviews his mother, Sue, about her activist work.
Lois tells stories about growing up in South Dakota, studying journalism and her many carriers throughout her life.
Roz interviews her parents for their 50th wedding anniversary and tells them things the family has said about them.
Elizabeth Tilles (89) talks to her granddaughter Rebecca Tilles (21) and friend Susan Goldstein (66) about her life growing up in Germany and working as a nurse during World War II.
Carlotta Young (57) interviews her Bookmobile patron Bessie Goldman (96) about Bessie’s love of reading, her childhood in Baltimore, her experience of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the advice she would like to share with others.
Evan and Rosina Interview Edward White to know a little bit more about his background
Pauline Curry (64) is interviewed by her daughter, Christine Hemmings (40) about her lifetime love of the Dolly Copp campground.
Jeff Stover, 30, is interviewed by his mother, Amy Hohn Stover, 67. They remember Raymond Stover, Amy’s late husband and Jeff’s late father, and Amy A. Hohn, Amy’s late mother and Jeff’s late grandmother.
Thomas tells daughter about meeting her mother and about how he came to Chicago from Ireland.
Gary interviews his grandmother Irene about her life.
Mary Louisa Kanalos (88) talks with daughter Kill Kanalos (55) about her career as one of the FBI’s first female radio operators.
Kimberly Kelling (63) sits down with her father, Lloyd S. "Bud" Kelling (90), to ask him about his childhood memories at Camp Crockett (also known as Kamp Karney), to learn more about what it was like for him to discover...
Kathy (30) interviews her mother, Nancy (61), about her childhood and raising a family.
Terrence "Terry" Walker (85) described to his friend Janice Peterson (79) the sinking of the MV Wilhelm Gustloff during World War II and the survival of a family whose daughter became his wife.
Kathryn Wooten interviews Dolores Henson, her grandmother, about growing up with a working class family in Glouster, Ohio, where most of her family and ancestry worked in the coal mines. Dolores remembers the two most important people in her life:...
Jennifer Larsen interviews her father, Joel Larsen, about his life.
Leslie Boettcher (82) talks with he husband Art Boettcher (93) about his childhood, family, volunteer work and career.
Maya Elena Scott-Chung (45) and Susie Hoblet (47), parents at Kaiser Elementary School, discuss the myth of the Ozzie and Harriet “traditional family” and Suzy’s experience growing up in Italy, France and traveling worldwide; the struggles of the sandwich generation,...
Larry Oney interviews his mother, Margaret, about her life in rural Virginia, her children, and how she would like to be remembered.
Danielle interviews her father, Ted, about his time in the Dutch army in WWII, stationed in New Guinea
Georgie talks with her daughter Sonia Walker about growing up in Buffalo, the illnesses Georgia has suffered and the strength and perseverance they have learned as family.
Scott interviews his mother about growing up, living with her grandparents when her father left for world war two, and having/adoption children.
Jean Crawley, 75, tells her daughter, Barbara Pann, 49, about growing up and working in Cynthiana, Kentucky, losing her first husband, and being a single mother.
Shalom Daniel Seltzer, 62, by his children, Lucia and Gabriel Borrello about his childhood and the leaving of New Orleans after Katrina.