Florida Libraries as Community Memory
Libraries are widely appreciated as stewards of local history and lore, serving as repositories of collective community memory.
In addition to housing genealogical centers, archives, oral histories and photo collections, library innovators captivate patrons through storytelling, traditional festivities, exhibits celebrating culture and myth, interactive programs and more.
Want to explore the many ways Florida's libraries collect, preserve and share the memories of their communities? Take a look at our:
To learn more about Florida Libraries as Community Memory or to share your library's resources or experiences on this topic, contact Sandy Newell at [email protected] or 850.245.6624.