The Greenwich Library Oral History Project collection consists of more than 990 interviews and 138 books.
The books can be viewed at the Greenwich Library, Byram Library, Cos Cob Library, and Perrot Memorial Library. Some books are available for sale (please visit our Books for Sale page). The sound files are not available for distribution, but the public is encouraged to come to the Oral Project History office (through a pre-arranged appointment) to listen to them in-house.
All transcribed interviews are available to the general public on the main floor of the Greenwich Library, in the Local History reference section. To see a cumulative list of these interviews (which includes the name of the narrator, as well as the title, date, and subject), please click on the red button above titled List of Interviews.
The Lady in the Portrait: Clementine Lockwood Peterson