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Discussion of personal and professional history as a 270A over a 30-year career (1990-2020).
In this interview, Colonel Terry DeRouchey discusses his time at West Point and some of the highlights of his military career. He served in the United States Military for 35 years.
Veronica Furukawa (39) interviews her Uncle in law Stanley Furukawa (90) about the start of WWII. He was one of 8 children of Japanese immigrants who came over to work the sugar plantations. He spoke about the attack on Pearl...
Theresa Taken (72) talks with her daughter Emily Taken-Vertz (28) about growing up in rural Iowa, being adventurous, going to college, traveling the world, and becoming a lawyer after being a social worker in the South Bronx.
1937-1939 Memoir of Bill Coleman. Brat. Hawaii 1937-39 A young boy's perspective.
We just talked about things that has happened to her and her favorite places to go ect.
I interviewed my daughter at the end of her 2nd grade year and at the end of my 12-year tenure at a local public high school.
Sam and I talked about what life was like on the plantation, his experiences in the Korean war, and advice for teenagers all with the background of Volcano farmers market.
I ask my parents about their lives together since they were teenagers & how they thought it’d turn out compared to how life actually is today.
Anne Riggsby (60) interviews her father, Korean War veteran, Clyde Waldron (83) about his experiences growing up in South Georgia, becoming a paratrooper, a Union Auto plant representative, a Builder, father and husband.
In this interview, Brenda Kamigaki will talk about her marriage to Richard. She will also talk about the divorce she went through with him, and how it affected her as a person. She will also talk about her marriage to...
Laura Otto Phillips, age 60, has a conversation with her mother, Betty Otto, age 94. Betty chats about growing up on the South Side of Chicago, rationing coupons in WWII, meeting & marrying a US Coast Guard officer Larry Otto....
Listen as a ask interesting and intriguing questions about her experiences in life.
Donald Folsom is a Marine Corps veteran of WWII who shares his experiences and how the war has impacted him and our country. He has had some difficult and hard times, but no matter what he loves our country.
My father was a combat medic in the years before and during the Gulf War. This is his story.
In this interview we talked of how my Grandmother's life of travel helped her grow as a person and the kind of adventures she went on.