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In this interview on Sunday, November 25, Sergei Eliseev (16) interviews his dad, Roman Eliseev (48), about his life in the Soviet Union. Roman shares his experiences in Soviet schools and his daily life, along with his military service. He...
Born in 1930 to Italian immigrants, Columbia “Phyllis” Kirchner talks about her family, meeting her husband and raising four kids in Rochester, NY.
Lola DeAscentiis sits down with her Grandmother and a close family friend to discuss memories, faith, and family.
This is an interview between the 19 year old interviewer, Dylan Morse, and his 76 year old grandmother, Barbara Henry. They discussed her childhood growing up and eventually settling in the city of Canandaigua. They also discussed her children and...
Growing up in the 60’s: school, riots and the Vietnam War.
In this interview, I asked my aunt about her experiences with family members that I did not have the pleasure of meeting. We discussed stories and characteristics they all had and what they carried on to the later generation.
Eddie Khachaturian, 86 years old, grandfather of Isabelle Davis, 15 years old. He grew up in Iran, got his first job at 16 working with his father, then permanently moved to America after 10 years of marriage. He brought his...
Achieving dreams and following your dreams and believing in yourself and not to have so many regrets.
This is a brief history of how my grandmother went from small town West Virginia to Rochester, New York.
Marianna Davis (20) speaks with her grandfather, Leo Davis Jr. (65) about media and the ways it is consumed and discovered in various eras of the 21st century. Topics such as love songs, political music, and music mediums are covered...
In this interview, conducted in November 2017 in Rochester, New York, Trent discusses memories about growing up in a family of 11 children and how the people in his life have affected him. He also talks about meeting his wife...
Caitlin Dolorico-McPeake(17) talks with Grandma Rita(87) about her life and experiences. Discussed within are topics including (but not limited to) World War II, the Glass Ceiling, terrible cooking, the Italian Mafia, and the Korean Conflict.
Michael and Patricia talk about their good fortune and good life together, after both losing their spouses. Each has a rich family, personal, and professional history that shaped their lives and appreciation for what they have now.
My grandpa talks about child hoood through teenage/young adult age all the way to middle aged life.