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Oral History

Hear the Voices of the Community

Recording the voices of our heritage is a most rewarding program. Members of the Oral History Team make appointments with senior community members who, over the years, have seen our city change and grow. Team members use digital recorders to document the interviews which are then transferred to the Project HOLD website for easy listening. Play a part in preserving these rich and colorful stories and make new friends along the way.

The Memory Lane Oral History Project was conducted from 1994 - 1997.  The oral histories are organized into the following categories: Northgate, Southside, Eastside, Early Education, Early Transportation, The Old Days, A & M Campus Kids, and Military. The Memory Lane Oral Histories are an excellent source for history, research, and writing endeavors.  You may access these histories on the Project HOLD website at:


Email or call 979.764.3491.

Last updated: 12/29/2016 1:47:36 PM