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- Boise Public Library 37
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- Library! at Bown Crossing 5
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Talked about jobs, advice she’d give to future generations, sang “you are my sunshine”, and talked about her early life.
This is an interview of Marie Sasser done by her Grandaughter, myself, Clara William where we discuss growing up in a small town and her life as a teacher in a much larger town.
Maya talked to her almost 80 year old grandmother about the past and future
My lovely grandma and I spoke of accomplishments, life, love, and family. I could not be more proud to be her grand-darling. Cheers to the kindness in her heart! She grins in the Interview photo with her sibilings, her in...
We talked about Mike’s life and his job owning George’s Cycles.
Martie Brennan shares her love for Libraries and stories from the creation of the Boise Public Library Branches.
Gail tells the story of her relationship with her Jewish Heritage and the impact of meeting Elie Wiesel.
The story of how Jane and Mark met during Jane’s gap year.
Ann Marie Newman shares how she changed her weakness into her life vocation with help from the library.
Ethyl tells of her experience growing up in California and staying under surveillance in Japan during WWII.
Dulce describes the Mazahuan embroidery she has brought to the world village festival.
Nancy shares her memory of volunteering for the library and what libraries have meant to her.
Jeremy Harper shares how the library supported his education growing up.
Kris sees a book that reminds her of how she got her name.
We talked about little ways to gain self confidence and overcome shyness.
Jodi speaks about growing up in the West in the 1950’s, taking risks, and public service.
Jordyn B. talks about her past and how it has impacted her as well as the way that she sees her future now.
Dulce describes the Mazahuan embroidery she has brought to the World Village Festival.
Enriqueta shares words from the endangered Mazahua culture.
Jake Ryther (14) talks with Joe Ryther (43) about his experiences in the 20 years he spent serving his country.
Antonio Cariello (me), and my soon-to-be 81 years old grandpa go over his best and worst moments. These span from his childhood during World War II to his experience fighting lymphoma, covering subjects like marriage and the birth of children...