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Generation X (1965-1980)
Date of Interview
Como Park, Saint Paul, 1966
Oral History | Psychology
BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION: Timothy Tracy is a white male born on December 12th, 1966. He lived with his mother, father, and younger brother and sister around Como Lake. Tracy’s father had his own family business, Tracy Oil Company. His mother was a nursing assistant at the St Luke's Hospital. Tracy is Roman Catholic. SUBJECTS DISCUSSED: Tracy describes his family life, including extended family, the pets they kept, and chores. Tracy talks about waking up early for his duties as an altar boy. He talks about what his faith means to him now. Tracy goes on to describe the various fun activities there were to do in Como Lake growing up. He tells a story of exploring the sewers. Tracy talks about the music that he enjoys and the concerts that he’s been to. He discusses his experience with schooling and a couple of stories from that time. Lastly, Tracy talks about racial relations and how he was socialized within a diverse area.
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