The Greenwich Library Oral History Project collection consists of more than 950 interviews about the history of Greenwich, Connecticut.
All transcribed interviews are available to the general public on the main floor of the library, the Local History reference section.
All oral history interviews have been transcribed. A cumulative index of the interviews and a booklet of interview topics to the oral history collection are available at the library or by clicking the above buttons. Transcripts may be read at the Oral History Project office and in the Local History reference section of the Greenwich Library.
The Oral History Project has also published interviews of the broadest interest in 138 books, which circulate at all Greenwich library branches and Perrot Memorial Library. At the Greenwich Library, the books may be found in the circulating nonfiction and local history reference section. Select interviews are available to be read at the Greenwich Library as Illustrated White Notebooks. They may be found on the Oral History Project bookstands at the Greenwich Library.
Oral History Project CDs, interview transcripts, and books are also available for purchase at the OHP office at Greenwich Library or by mail. Please stop by during our office hours, call the office at 203.622.7945, or send an email.
The Lady in the Portrait: Clementine Lockwood Peterson