The Greatest Generation... now silent.
How many of us wish we had recordings of our parents or our grandparents sharing stories of the significant events and memorable experiences in their lives? Personal reflections and recollections in their own words and in their own voices.
I imagine that nearly everyone would treasure those recordings and consider them valuable family heirlooms.
Okay Boomers... Now it's our turn to document and share some of the significant events and memorable experiences in our lives. And I can help you make that happen.
As a Personal Historian and member of the Oral History Association, I record personal history interviews in either audio or video formats to be preserved and shared with family, friends and future generations.
* The term The Greatest Generation was popularized by American journalist Tom Brokaw who profiled members of this American generation, generally defined as those born from 1901 to 1927, who came of age during the Great Depression and went on to fight in World War II, as well as those who contributed to the war effort on the home front.