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This is a brief history of how my grandmother went from small town West Virginia to Rochester, New York.
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.
Born in 1930 to Italian immigrants, Columbia “Phyllis” Kirchner talks about her family, meeting her husband and raising four kids in Rochester, NY.
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...
Achieving dreams and following your dreams and believing in yourself and not to have so many regrets.
In this interview, conducted on December 1st, 2019 in Penfield, New York, Avery Turk (16) interviews her mother Danielle Turk (45) about her childhood and adulthood and the memories she has acquired throughout the years. Danielle shares stories from her...
Debbie describes what it was like growing up in both Michigan and Florida, and then living in New York.
Interview with the grandchildren on her life in Romania, Argentina, Uruguay, and the United States.
Ryland (Ry) Rogers discusses his life including his engineering career at Xerox and his love of nature.
Jonathan Baxter talks with his Dad, Dave Baxter about growing up and priorities in life.
Mrs. Murray told me about her life and I found her to be a very interesting person. I’m so glad I interviewed her and got to learn about her.
Steve describes himself as a hippie during his youth. This story tells about free lodging he stumbled into in the early 70s.
My parents Donny and Maryann Tychoniewicz y’all about life as a married couple, parents, and best friends.