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- campbell hall 2
- YMCA of Central Ohio 2
- Antigua sailing week 1
- Architects; P. C. 1
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Interview of “Twink” Starr - Beloved, oldest YMCA Camp Willson Alum ( 96 ). Dedicated in honor of Twink’s Civic Leadership and the life of Chris Bradley.
My mom and I discuss her early childhood and her career with Walmart. We reflected on her family values and success in her personal life and career.
On November 24th in Los Angeles California, 14-year-old Jason Marounian interviewed his dad, Arthur Marounian. Arthur Marounian was an immigrant from Lebanon. He came to America because of the civil war in 1983. When Arthur was a kid he played...
This interview took place on January 21, 2020, in Fort Mill, South Carolina. This interview was with Katrina Ford. During this interview we discussed the journey of life and the power of positive thinking. We talked about living in the...
An interview about the life and American perspective of my grandfather.
Elizabeth Coleman [no age given] talks with her OSS conversation partner John "Jack" W. LeSar [no age given] about their childhoods and school experiences. They also discuss their time abroad, in the Peace Corps and the Army respectively, and their...
Michelle Bear is a project manager at an architecture firm in Saint Louis. She also works out of offices in Chicago and Toronto and has spent much of her career traveling to places like Pakistan, Mexico, Italy, France, and many...
Jean Octave Gabriel Deschâtres (business name: Jean Phillipe) begins by reflecting on his parents’ meeting and circumstances surrounding his birth in France. He moves on to outline a few of his father’s specific experiences during WWII, then discusses how those...
Sharon Wakamoto, an OC resident for almost 60 years, but born in Los Angeles spent a few years as a young child, during WW2 in the Japanese internment camp or War Relocation Center as it was called, at Gila Bend,...
An eight-year olds perspective of the liberation of Paris towards the end of World War II.
Me and my (step)mom talk about many personal and in depth life changes
David Wesley, Christopher Leitch and Stuart Hinds talk about the work of Christopher and Stuart with GLAMA and LBGTQIA initiatives.
Neither of us were supposed to be at a gallery opening in Paris. It was not that we expected a time or place but somehow is was the time and place.
The D’Ascheberg’s came to America in the early 1950’s from Paris in order to become blueberry farmers. This interview discusses why they got to Paris in the first place, and where they were even before that!
I interviewed my grandma about her and her family’s experience in France during WWII
Kaleigh Fitzgibbons (18) speaks with her classmate Christiane Gbabiri (18) about family relationships and vacations, their experiences with anxiety, and what they want to do after high school.
Nancy and Heidi share memories of the history of the Aspen Art Museum developing, along with personal anecdotes about why art matters and why Nancy begin collecting art.