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Early 20th century life in Syracuse. Experience of a woman in banking in the 50s and 60s. Loss. Happiness
I asked my parents some questions about themselves in the car on my way back to college
Asking my grandpa questions about service in the Navy during Vietnam
Born as Ranjana Saxena in May 1950 in Delhi and raised in a conservative joint household in Lucknow, UP, India - she was the youngest of four children of Ram Shanker and Prakash Saxena. She immigrated to the United States...
(2nd of two files) Born as Ranjana Saxena in May 1950 in Delhi and raised in a conservative joint household in Lucknow, UP, India - she was the youngest of four children of Ram Shanker and Prakash Saxena. She immigrated...
My grandmother’s biggest role model, happiest memory, last conversation ever
Jack Jaffe talks about growing up in Portland (Ladd's Addition), Albany, Yakima, and Salem, dropping out of college, joining the Air Force, and going to Vietnam, where the South Vietnamese Army was having a little conflict with the South Vietnamese...
We talked about my mother’s life growing up, her past jobs, and our family history.
I asked my grandmother about her childhood and how she wants to affect the world. I generated an understanding of how our major family tradition is to to good in the world.
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.
Interview with my grandmother during Thanksgiving Break following the great listen format and questions.
John Daggett talks to volunteer Kathleen Blackwood about his life as a funeral director, and a little bit about his family.
Grandma Ruth talks about college as a math major in the early 1940’s and her first job.
Seto You, age 92/93 or 97/98, is interviewed by his son, Ed You, age 26, about his early days in the USA. He arrived from China in 1916, worked as a cook in this country well into his 80's. He...
In this interview I ask my dad, a seeker of adventures, to reflect on his life. He shares stories from growing up in Nicaragua in the 60s, working for the government in the 80s, and starting a business from scratch....
This interview follows the magnificent life of my Grandma Barbra Ingersoll who lives in Liverpool, New York. The wholesome conversation speaks to her sincere and humble nature. It was very endearing for me to take away a stronger grasp on...
Kevin Covert talks with his mother Teresa Covert about her childhood. They also discuss her personal relationships and family, as well as her career. Finally, Teresa shares lessons she has learned from all of these and advice for future generations.
In this interview, William Reicher (17) and brother Graham Reicher (14) ask their grandmother Phyllis Winkelstein Reicher (93) about her life and memories.
Bob Gang at 99 years old talks about his childhood, his education, and war service.
Marge Kilian Lokey talks to Marilyn Graham about her life for the Peace Community Church project "Celebrate the 90s."
Interview with my dad’s cousin Shirley Mills who is 90 years old.