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The interview taught me a lot about my grandmother and my close family’s past. I’m very happy that I got to do this today and learn about my legacy and what it will continue as.
My grandmother loves her life and she loves her family. And she hopes everyone has a sense of personal responsibility.
talking about mother’s childhood, her relationship with my father, and how she takes care of my family
We talked about my Aunt Rosemary’s journey as a former social worker, organizer, and union president.
I spent time with my grandmother asking her about her past and I asked her to reflect on her life.
We talked about he Great Recession and how it impacted if so and how life was like for my mom around that time
This is an interview with my Grandma, Kathy Imhof. I am 15 years old and this was recorded on November 17.
Raymond Chodor’s Interview for Fall 2019 University of Pittsburgh Navigating Grief & Loss Final Project
Partners Sam Bisno (19) and Sabrina Kim (18) discuss spending time with Sam’s family in Pittsburgh and being in an interracial relationship.
During the interview I got to know a little more about my grandma other than her daily life with me
I asked my mom about the most difficult times in her life, what she was like as a child, and other questions about her life.
Growing up in a working class family in Pittsburgh, faith, being the first in her family to go to college.
June Shoemaker, 97, talks with her granddaughter about her experience living in a tuberculosis hospital in 1949-1950, her letters to her WWII boyfriend, and life as one of nine girls on a farm near Dayton, Pa, in the 1930s.
A Thanksgiving Interview with my grandmother, Janet Hellgren, in 2021. Discussed Italian heritage, her Columbian foreign exchange trip, and her love of family.
Talking with my mother, Sherry Lucchetti, on Mother's day. We discussed family and reflected on life.
Mia Cassidy (goes to Mckinney High School) interviewed her grandmother over Thanksgiving break (Great Thanksgiving Listen). Learning about the leadership, Maturity, and Honesty she had growing up and to this day! During this interview Mia found out how and why...
Nelson grew up in a Pittsburgh black family with several generations of professionals with graduate degrees and shares the discrimination that they faced during Jim Crow and during the Civil Rights Movement.
I asked my grandmother to describe her early life as well as her views on her present day life.
We talked about her early life, what her working life was like and her political views
Joyce Frye, resident of Morrison Village (2503 Old Mobile Ave, Pascagoula, MS 39567) is interviewed by Reba Brown, Library Assistant 1 from Singing River Genealogy-Local History Library on Thursday, May 16, 2019. Ms. Frye discusses her pets, why she moved...
Alit of funny stories, our family history back several generations on Mom’s side in Indiana
2016 interview of my grandmother Erma DelaCourt. We discuss how she went from a small town coal miners daughter to a woman that would see every continent.