VOICES OF PRINCETON is an oral history project to collect, share, and archive stories and memories of Princetonians. Working with a trained facilitator, pairs of Princetonians will discuss their experiences in town. These conversations will join 500 existing oral histories archived at the Historical Society of Princeton and will be publicly available online.
SHARE YOUR STORY! Participating in a Voices of Princeton interview in conversation with a friend, loved one, colleague, or neighbor, is a wonderful way to share your stories with the community. One of you will serve as the interviewer who will ask the questions. The other will be the interviewee who will primarily answer the questions. As a pair, you will be matched with a trained facilitator for the interview.
Click HERE to learn more information and to sign up to share your story.
Voices of Princeton is a collaboration between the Historical Society of Princeton, Princeton Public Library, Witherspoon-Jackson Neighborhood Historical and Cultural Society, and the Arts Council of Princeton.