Stories of East Marion Residents Past and Present
The goal of this community project is to engage residents of East Marion and—with their help—record audio interviews to document the history of the hamlet, including current and past residents and families, occupations, events, and artifacts before these invaluable memories fade and are lost forever. Using StoryCorps Connect we are able record interviews remotely with anyone who has an internet connected device. The interviews will be housed in the StoryCorps Archive, at the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., one of the largest digital collections of human voices, comprised of recorded conversations and interviews from across the U.S. and around the world.
Everybody Has A Story
No matter how long you’ve lived here, if you, or someone you know has a story to tell, please get in touch with us to add your memories to East Marion history. Help us preserve East Marion Stories past and present about our people, residents and visitors, families, occupations, pastimes, institutions, events and building before the memories are lost. Click here for a related article in The Suffolk Times.
Click here to listen to interviews in the East Marion StoryCorps Archive.
Click here if you would like to share your East Marion story or if you know of someone we should interview.