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Kathryn Roberts: 2020-08-17 15:57:33 - I talked to my mom (85) about her life during COVID, her childhood in Virginia and Maryland, and anything about life now. I learned a lot!
Interviewed with father about his time in the military and what veterans day means to him.
In my interview with my Grandfather, we basically summarized his life and talked about important life memories and what he was thankful for.
My Nana’s life when she was young and her love, my grandpa, Mucks. We talked about jobs and her wedding
I spoke with my sister about her life and beliefs
The first to leave his native land of India. Pops speaks of his challenges and accomplishments in a new land, the arranged marriage that led him to the woman of his dreams, and what he is most grateful for.
This is an interview about schooling and life during a segregated era. We get into a very good talk about things I did not know. Hopefully you can learn about a time that you had not known about.
This interview is just getting to know more about my mother’s life. It is set to get a better understanding of why she is the person she is today.
We talked about her whole life story, from before there were televisions, to a nasty divorce, finishing with her accomplishments.
Bob Kudrick tells about his family history and childhood, and shares some useful words of wisdom.
Christ is an only child that has had a great impact in his childhood to take care of.
Autumn interviews her grandmother over the phone and asks her about her growing up. They talk about school, careers, and her children
I asked him a few questions about his political involvement and his awareness about discrimination
My Grandmom, Linda Ingram Reinert, answered some of the questions I had about her life.
My dad talks about his life in Maryland and how Desert Storm affected him in the Air force.
Natalie Swope interviews Genevieve Jones at her home in Maryland. Genny learned all about what she wanted to do in life throughout college and trial and error. She had a lot of help along the way by encouraging adults. One...
Originally 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...
Carol McCardell spent her life enjoying every moment and always making the best out of everything. She saw the bright side in every situation and believes positivity and compassion are important in life. She was always a willing and caring...