Month: May 2016

Camp Pennsylvania | Josh Galiyas   On this episode of Argot: Audio Short Stories from the Veteran Voices of Pittsburgh Oral History Collection, Josh Galiyas shares a story originally told on September 14, 2015 to the Veteran Voices of Pittsburgh Oral History Initiative in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  This audio short story is engineered and produced by Kevin Farkas. […]

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Todd DePastino | VBC Post-9/11 Veterans Storytelling Project   On episode 1 of Longest War, the podcast of VBC’s Post-9/11 Veterans Storytelling Project, we have an in-depth conversation with VBC executive director Todd DePastino about the Post-9/11 Veterans Storytelling Project.     The Global War on Terror is our nation’s first war fought with an all-volunteer […]

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His Family | Richard Glassbrenner   On this episode of Argot: Audio Short Stories from the Veteran Voices of Pittsburgh Oral History Collection, Richard Glassbrenner shares a story originally told on June 8, 2016 at the Veterans Breakfast Club in Wexford, Pennsylvania.  This audio short story is engineered and produced by Kevin Farkas of the Veteran Voices of Pittsburgh […]

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Jamie Stoner | Washing, Sewing, and Listening Machines     On episode 2 of the podcast, Allegheny-Kiski Valley Historical Society and Heritage Museum head volunteer Sean Isaacs talks with curator Jamie Stoner about a new permanent exhibit featuring historic home appliances such as washing machines, sewing machines, radios, and phonographs. This episode was recorded May […]

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Bob Rivers | WWII Reenactor and Living Historian   On episode 27 of  Veteran Voices: The Oral History Podcast, we have a conversation with WWII reenactor and living historian, Bob Rivers of Ellwood City, Pennsylvania.  Recorded May 11, 2016. Host: Kevin Farkas, with Bryan Chemini. Audiography: Kevin Farkas.     Bob Rivers is a civilian, but […]

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