Michael Bergroth to his granddaughter, Kaycee Bauer.
"I always knew what I wanted to be, from the time I was 8 years old, which was to be a tugboat captain."
Carl Wennerod interviewed by his son, Roy.
Leon Kogut talks with his son, Marat Kogut, an NBA referee.
Harvey Sherman remembers attending the final game at Brooklyn's Ebbets Field on September 24, 1957.
Umberto Joseph DeJesus talks to his wife, Nancy Cardona, about volunteering at Ground Zero.
Philomena Luciani interviewed by her granddaughter, Alison.
Dr. John Bancroft, a pediatrician, tells his daughter Carolyn about a memorable patient.
Granvilette Kestenbaum remembers her husband, Howard, who died in the World Trade Center attacks on... more.
Marvin Goldstein (L), who fell out of a window of his family's apartment when he... more.
"My father went to work in a chocolate factory. When he'd come home, his hair was all full of chocolate; his pillows were all brown."
Carmela Pollio tells her grandson, Laurence, and her great grandson, Yoshi, about growing up in... more.
Lisa Cerulli to her brother, Derek Billings (not pictured), and mother, Sandy.
"Being in a wheelchair, you're always protected by this chair. There's armor between you and the opposite sex."
Vicky Page tells her friend Terrence Hicks about being a teenager with cerebral palsy.
Van Harris and his wife, Shirley, remember being young in Brooklyn during the 1940s.
Jean Braca talks with her son David about losing her husband, Alfred Braca, on September... more.
El Sargento Hector Vega y su esposa Leopoldina recuerdan el dia en que Hector volvio... more.
Shuja Sohrewardy to his friend Lauren Macioce.
Catherine Dwyer remembers her father in an interview with her daughter, Meggan.