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Interview with Brian and Sophie Yarwood about Brian’s early life in Iowa with some stories about his time in Togo Africa when he was in the Peace Corps 1984-87
This is the story of what caused my Aunt to move from London, England to Fort Worth, Texas.
Some of my grandmother’s history in her life was touched on and mainly where she has traveled. Also my grandmother talked about how she loves spending time with her family in Vermont.
Ivan is an international student. We talked about his lifestyle in his home country and how it compared to his experience in the United States.
Marlene Batoff talks to Brett Batoff about her life and career in Florida.
This Interview Is about One of my Treasured Objects that was given to me by my Dad.
My Grandpa talks about his work life, his travel life, and his future life goals.
In this interview, I talked to my grandpa about his life, jobs, family, and childhood. He shared with me some of his many amazing experiences like the time he traveled all the way to Africa to help people, the time...
Chronicaling the amazing story of hope and perseverance of Jae Roosevelt
I had the experience to talk to him about how life is in the Navy and what was like being part of the supply department.
Davin Holen (45) speaks with his colleague, Tina Buxbaum (38), about his life journey, his work as a resilience and adaptation faculty member and his observations on building community and preserving natural resources.
An interview about the life and American perspective of my grandfather.
Kadiatu Sheriff, my mother, gives me a look into her struggle in Africa, her move to the U.S., and how she adjusted to the American lifestyle.
As a celebration of Black History Month, February 2018, Middlebury College’s Davis Family Library has initiated a series of oral interviews, “In Your Own Words.” In them, Literatures & Cultures Librarian Katrina Spencer engages members of the community who trace...
A wonderful life of loving relationships and having adventures around the world. I’m 86 now, Madeleine is 88 as we build our new life, which we call our final bite – which is always the best.
The relation of music and charity that motive people to help others.
In this interview, George Wilbur Conner Jr. (53) is interviewed by his granddaughter Patience Leigh Foster (17). The interview was conducted on November 26, 2017 in Cherryville, North Carolina. George shares his stories about growing up with his mom and...
My grandfather talks briefly about his childhood and a few of his experiences and life lessons.
Mother and daughter talking about life and growing up in new ages.