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Carolyn Larson: 2020-05-05 22:00:54 Carolyn Larson, 56, talks with her father, Orson Reed Frederiksen, 86, about his childhood in Colorado, his dreams and aspirations, and the important people in his life.
Jillian Attaway (32) interviews her maternal grandmother Nancy Alcaraz (84) about her favorite holiday traditions and memories.
Minda Davy (37) interviews her mother Linda Morgan (60) about her life and the lessons she learned along the way.
Timothy Dougherty got involved in DeMolay as a young man. So when he came of age to join Freemasonry - Tim wasted no time. Tim talked about how his mentors stayed with him from DeMolay to Freemasonry and how they...
Many people don't know that John Wayne was a Mason. But one day, when "The Duke" was filming a movie in southern Arizona near Tucson - John Wayne entered masonry at Marion McDaniel Lodge.
A chance encounter with Freemasons hall while visiting London in his youth led to a lifelong involvement with Freemasonry. Johnny Royal has had a passion for years about telling the story of Freemasonry and after several years he is now...
Jim Watson says he's a simple man with a simple plan. Yet he's anything but simple. From the time he was a a young man, certain people in the community had an eye on Jim. And he would prove their...
Ken Peters (68) talks with his daughter Ashley Peters (28) about his curiosity and sense of adventure and how it has influenced his life
Angela was born with an above average intelligence, reading her first novel by age five, beginning college at eight, and receiving her doctorate by 18. After a 25-year career in the military, she experienced various explosions, one of which, in...
Song Seto (30) interviews her husband Masahiro "Masa" Ishigami (37) about his decision to leave Japan and enroll in high school in the United States. They also talk about their own relationship, their civil and family marriage ceremonies, and hopes...
On Friday, February 22, 2019, Dr. Lilien Vogl, Chair of the Optometric Historical Society, sat down with Dr. Donald E. Jarnagin, past-president of the American Optometric Association (1995-1996) to talk about his life, his work and developments in the profession...
Colleagues and self-professed history nerds, Tammy Snook (40) and Tina Clark (72) talk about Yuma, Arizona's unique place in history.
This interview provides contextualization and a history lesson for those wondering the origins of Flagstaff's STEM interests and the impact of Lowell Observatory on Flagstaff from its beginning to present day.
Jean Claude Malterre came to America from France for a job opportunity and never left. Since that time, he became a mason in Tucson Lodge No. 4. He is now Worshipful Master of the Grand Lodge of Arizona Military Degree...
Susan Roberts (66) speaks with her husband Douglas Roberts (71) about their serious illnesses, navigating their care and the lessons learned from this experience.
Sisters Charlotte Jones (72) and Lynn Newcomb (69) remember their life and upbringing with their physically handicapped older brother Craig.
10 year old Hayden learns how her great-great grandparents met and their love for singing that has continued down the family tree from her interview with her grandmother. Maybe, just maybe, that's why she loves performing too!
Joyce Frye, resident of Morrison Village (2503 Old Mobile Ave, Pascagoula, MS 39567) is interviewed by Reba Brown, Library Assistant 1 from Singing River Genealogy-Local History Library on Thursday, May 16, 2019. Ms. Frye discusses her pets, why she moved...
Mike Suba Sr (82) describes his paternal lineage to his son Mike Suba Jr (62).
Hear nature lover Judy Rees share her thoughts on the pandemic, family, and life.
Chris Wheeler (46) talks with his friend, the Mayor of Yuma, Douglas Nicholls (48) about their shared proclivities for the sciences but how they reconcile their creativity within the analytical sector. They talk about growing up in Yuma and what...
Peter Hiller, curator of the Jo Mora trust, discusses the life and artistic contributions of Jo Mora