How a home grown Greenwich girl of immigrant Italian parents starts and maintains a decades long successful women’s’ clothier store.
Longtime Greenwich resident Bob Wylie tells of serving as a tail gunner in the Army Air Corps during World War II in bombing missions over occupied Western Europe, Germany, Poland, and Czechoslovakia.
Ted Gilman relates his experience and calling as a naturalist and Audubon educator for over four decades.
Meredith Sampson, wildlife rehabilitator, shares her work with animal rescue, and her environmental observations of wildlife in the town of Greenwich.
This week that concludes Black History Month, the Greenwich Library Oral History Project presents a tribute to Gertrude Johnson Steadwell, an early advocate for civil rights in Greenwich. Ms. Steadwell was interviewed at the age of 81 in 1990. Her interview is one of a collection of OHP interviews honoring African American residents. read more...
The Oral History Project Blog features excerpts from Jame M. MacKay’s oral history of his “Life on Riversville Road.”