Date Range Clear
Recorded by Clear
- personal experiences 16
- memories of growing up 10
- Spouse 10
- religious beliefs and practices 9
- social beliefs and practices 9
- 222 more
- No matching terms.
- No matching terms.
Sara, 28, interviews her boyfriend, Alex, 30, about growing up on Chicago’s South Side.
Kim asks her dad and her aunt to tell her about her grandparents (their parents) with a special slant on their mother’s mental illness.
Man interviews his wife about her childhood and parents. Father was involved in major illegal business and one day disappears.
Kristin Ingersoll interviews her husband Joel Krause about his childhood moving from New Jersey to Indiana and back, art school, his first marriage, and his children and grandchildren.
Duane Smith talks about taking up theology, becoming social activist in his church.
Frank worked as a laborer and surveyor in the construction of the World Trade Center, as well as many other skyscrapers and tunnels in and around New York City. He talks about what this work meant to him and how...
Ms. Bateman describes the events the morning of Sept 11 from her apartment in Battery park city.
Friends talk about writing and their college years.
Kathrina is interviewed by her daughters Breanna and Alexandra about her childhood and motherhood.
Sara, 47, interviews her father, Bernard, 82, about his work as an architect and sculptor.
A woman is interviewed by her son about her family history, including stories of the American frontier and horseback riding, and her relationship with a Turkish man who became his father.
Kim interviews neighbor (and new friend) Ruth about her mother and labor and housing rights involvement. Ruth also talks about evacuating Battery Park on 9/11.
Ari interviews his grandfather Al.
Michael,43, talks about his experiences on 9/11, when he traveled with his infant, newly adopted son, from beneath the WTC to the Upper West Side to a mikva for the baby.
54 year old man talks about his survival of 9/11, from the South Tower, with his 21 year old daughter and his 53 year old wife.
Man (23) talks to a friend about his estranged family.
82 year old man talks to his daughter about becoming an architect after WWII
A woman interviews her sister about escaping from WTC on 9/11.
Jessamyn interviews her aunt Valerie about her life growing up in South Africa, being a woman in the 50s and her move to North America
Diane, who coordinated the relief effort at St. Paul’s Chapel across from Ground Zero, talks about the 9/11 relief and recovery effort.
Three sisters interviewed by daughter/niece about growing up on a cattle ranch in south Texas as a Mexican-American family. Stories about their university educations, traditions, pranks, and life on the ranch.
storyteller worked near the Trade Center, was in shock, walked across Brooklyn Bridge
daughter interviews her mother and father about their childhood in India and their first impressions of America. Father tells about his humble background and struggle to get education.
A man talks about his experience teaching English as a second language in Slovakia (through the Peace Corps) and now to immigrants in Queens. He also tells stories from his travels.
A woman interviews her mother-in-law about her life. One theme that crops up is the storytellers’ difficulty coping with increasing memory loss.