Sharon Holley, a retired librarian, tells her husband, Kenneth, about preparing for her career at... more.
"From the little English that we knew, my brother and I knew that we were not going to have class that day."
Jose Fernandez tells his wife, Teresita, about the first Thanksgiving he spent in the United... more.
Mary Breakstone talks to her husband, Bob.
Debra Goodman interviews her friend Ed Trinka, a doorman at the Plaza Hotel since 1963.
89-year-old Bob Panara, who became deaf when he was ten, tells his friend Greg Livadas... more.
Steve Giacchi remembers evacuating Tower One of the World Trade Center following the first impact... more.
Author Walter Dean Myers talks about his father in an interview with his son Christopher... more.
William Jacobs tells his grandson, Seth, about an unexpected visit from his fiancee's mother.
Mort Segal and his sister, Joan Feldman, remember their father, Jack Segal, a booking agent... more.
John Cruitt speaks with his former third grade teacher, Cecile Doyle, about how she helped... more.
"Even though I was very comfortable living and presenting as a woman, there was still part of me that felt like I was hiding."
Laura Jacobs, who is transsexual, to her friend Katherine Katsanis.
Van Harris and his wife, Shirley, remember being young in Brooklyn during the 1940s.
Harley Spiller, who holds the record for the largest private collection of menus in the... more.
"We would drive into whatever was the closest town and approach the police and ask, 'Where is the colored section?'"
Patricia Adams tells her friend Louisa Stephens about traveling in the South during segregation.
Lourdes Cereno Markley tells her daughter Julia about coming to the United States.