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Volunteers and friends, Mary Leblanc (65) and Susan Madison (77) talk about their experience volunteering for the Sam Noble Museum.
We talked about her life when she was young and what her grandparents were like. I learned a lot about her in this interview.
Interview with my grandmother, Magnolia Cummings.
My Grammy gives me advice and talks about her favorite memories.
I asked my mom questions about my older sister, Katy. I will be giving her this for her 37th birthday.
We discussed Gary’s experiences and beliefs on various events from the Cold War, including the end of Vietnam, the Space Race and Moon Landing, the U.S. Oil Embargo, S.A.L.T., the Iranian Revolution and hostage situation, Soviet-Afghanistan War, and Chernobyl and...
Jamie Citerin talks with her mother (64) about her life from growing up in Elkhart Indiana to family history, to being a young mother in the 1970's, from her faith to historical events that she has witnessed/experienced.
We mostly talked about the time during her third trimester and all the different things she experienced.
My grandma and I sat down and talked about our family and her art work.
Father Don and Barbara Owens were instrumental in helping to guide many young adults through this thing we call life.
One Small Step partners, Jeffery "Logan" Kruck (37) and Debra Yakabouski [no age given], connect over their small town experiences, exchange stories from their differing careers, and analyze the tension in our political system.
Sylvie Lubow (30) interviews veteran Caroline L'huillier (52) about her challenging experiences as a trans person in the military and how her identity has impacted her relationships with friends and family.
My grandmother recounts traveling on the train with her sister by themselves when they were 8 and 9-years-old in the late 1930s; going to college and living in Alberta, Canada; and working at an advertising agency in the 1950s in...
My grandparents homesteaders in a dugout on the Oklahoma prairie in the early 1900’s