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Mini Oral History with Jack Wick, 02/21/2021

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Mini Oral History with Jack Wick, 02/21/2021
Jack Wick Oral History, 2021/02/21

Description (Dublin Core)

This is a mini oral history interview with my father, Jack Wick, regarding silver linings during the pandemic.

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Creator (Dublin Core)

Contributor (Dublin Core)

Event Identifier (Dublin Core)

Partner (Dublin Core)

Type (Dublin Core)

oral history

Controlled Vocabulary (Dublin Core)

English
English

Curator's Tags (Omeka Classic)

Contributor's Tags (a true folksonomy) (Friend of a Friend)

Collection (Dublin Core)

Date Submitted (Dublin Core)

02/21/2021

Date Modified (Dublin Core)

03/16/2021
03/17/2021
05/09/2021

Interviewer (Bibliographic Ontology)

Robin Keagle

Interviewee (Bibliographic Ontology)

Jack Wick

Location (Omeka Classic)

Phoenix
Arizona
United States

Language (Dublin Core)

English

Duration (Omeka Classic)

0h:02m:47s

Transcription (Omeka Classic)

JW 0:05
Hello? [Automation: this call is being recorded]

RK 0:08
Hi, Dad. Hi, Robin. Hi. Okay, I'm gonna go ahead and start. Sure. Hi, my name is Robin Keagle and I'm a graduate student intern with the COVID-19 archive at ASU. The date today is February 21 2021 and the time is 3:02 and I'm speaking with my Dad, Jack Wick. Dad, so I want to ask you a question about your pandemic experience but before I do, I'd like to ask for your consent to record this response for the COVID-19 archive. The COVID-19 archive is a digital archive at ASU that is collecting pandemic experiences. Do I have your consent to record your response and add it to the archive with your name?

JW 0:51
Yes.

RK 0:52
Thank you. All right, first, can you tell me your name, age and where you live?

JW 0:59
My name is Jack Wick. I'm 85 years old as of yesterday, and I live in Phoenix, Arizona.

RK 1:08
Thank you. Now I'd like to ask you a quick question about the pandemic. So the question is, we've experienced a lot of changes in 2020 and many have been negative and disruptive. But perhaps it's not all bad. What's one positive thing you've experienced during the pandemic?

JW 1:30
Well, I think it's hope. I realized that the pandemic is something dreadful, it's coming upon us. But I also know, deep in my heart, that it's going to be overcome, that we're going to reach a point where I don't think conditions will return to what we consider normal for a long time. But I think there will be conditions where we'll feel comfortable and safe. And that's what I'm experiencing right now the feeling that things are getting better and soon we will be comfortable and safe around our family greeting each other with hugs and love and expressing how much we care for them. That's it.

RK 2:18
That's great Dad. That's amazing. I love that outlook.

JW 2:24
Well, you have to remain [ RK: you rock] positive.

RK 2:27
[laughs] Yes, you do. Well, thank you, Dad. Thanks for your time [JW: sure] I really appreciate it.

JW 2:32
You bet Robin. How much do I (RK:_____??) get paid for this?

RK 2:37
[laughs] One big hug.

JW 2:39
Okay. Thank you. Take care.

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This item was submitted on February 21, 2021 by Robin Keagle using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”: https://covid-19archive.org/s/archive

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