Don Garside shares his memories of Ogden and 25th Street, including his father's time spent as a downtown patrolman and on the youth bureau. Garside discusses the presence of prostitution and segregation on 25th Street. The interview took place on August 8, 2013.

Clayton Holt shares his research of Joseph Morris, the leader of an apostate group living in South Weber in the early 1860s. The interview took place on May 20, 1971.

Jazz saxophonist Joe McQueen discusses his experiences with 25th Street, jazz musicians, and segregation. He describes receiving a deferment during World War II to play music, starting the Porters and Waiters Club with the Weakleys, and his work on the railroad. The interview took place on July 25, 2013.

Willie F. Moore shares his memories of 25th Street, including Marshall White, the Porters and Waiters Club, the Rose Rooms, and his barbershop. The interview took place on July 17 and December 12, 2013.

Willie F. Moore discusses his memories of Salt Lake City and Ogden, Utah, and his barbershop on 25th Street in Ogden. Moore discusses his recollections of professional sports, including his time spent playing for the Harlem Globetrotters during the early 1940s. He also discusses religion, segregation, the Hotel Utah, and his association with Weber State. The interview took place on June 14, June 28, and July 17, 2001.

Mary Swain discusses segregation, 25th Street, Ogden City Schools, and community support. The interview took place on January 10, 2014.