The stories we have … the stories we tell … they are our heritage. Our family’s treasure. They are also the stories of a people, a community, a world. Today they seem ever-present. In one hundred years, who will know them?

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Personal History helps you—as an individual, family, community, organization, or business—preserve your history through interviews, conversations, or editing your own words.

The stories you tell, the heritage that means most to you, will then be preserved in the form of your choice. Think heirloom book, paperback, booklet, audio, personal memoir, family tribute, annotated photo album, letter series, community history, business chronicle, ethical willor other choice. Let’s talk!

 . . . what the next generation will value most is not what we owned, but the evidence of who we were and the tales of how we loved. In the end, it’s the family stories that are worth the storage.” —Ellen Goodman, The Boston Globe

Donna Gold

Stockton Springs, Maine