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This interview discusses some common life questions which I learned about from my father.
Hsiu and Brady talk about memories and goals for future generations
San Antonio native of 91 years reflects on his childhood and time in the navy.
The interview revealed various details about both my parents' as well as their families' lives. The interview allowed me to learn how my great grandmother was an important woman in Indian History, and how my dad was almost a victim...
Civilization was different back in the day, technology wasn’t in the picture, and life was a lot more difficult.
I interviewed my mother about her family and her life. This includes her favorite holidays and life lessons she’s learned.
My grandpa Arthur talked about his life including his wife, time in the military, stories, and family. He explained how life and school was so much different then it is now.
I interviewed my father about what he is most grateful for as well as his past growing up in a poor city and how it impacted him.
Sophia talks about her current job and how she got into the retail job career path
We talk about questions that influence in my uncles life.we also talk about what are we thankful for.
I interviewed my sister, Amy Sloan, about her experiences she learned while traveling to San Antonio for a VBS week with kids in poverty and experiencing abuse. She tells me about how this as impacted her life and how she...
This interview captures how amazingly kind and caring my sister Alexis truly is.
In this interview, conducted in San Antonio, Texas, Mary Miller (16) interviews her grandmother Lee Carlson (74) about her childhood and moving around a lot throughout her life. They discuss family relationships, genealogy, and hobbies, and Ms. Carlson shares stories...
I talk with my dad, who was a teen in Sri Lanka about 60 years ago, about comparing our childhoods
We talked about my Dad’s experiences coming to America and living here as a green card holder and then later as a naturalized citizen. We also spoke about his relationship with my mother.
Gwen was born 12/31/1936, during WWII, in San Antonio, TX. Gwen is 83 years old and has Alzheimer’s. This is a recollection of her childhood.
This interview is about someone who lived back in the “good old days” and how they lived with what they had.
My Grandfather and I share our thoughts on how change and continuities play from the past into the future.