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Storytelling gives ‘texture to history’

 Denver VOICE - USA 18 June 2019

A collection of audio and video interviews about Colorado’s history connects listeners to the past the way the written word can’t. Throughout history humanity has shared one common thread: storytelling. (1119 Words) - By Stacia Miller

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A collection of audio and video interviews about Colorado’s history connects listeners to the past the way the written word can’t. Photo courtesy of the Boulder Historial Society Collection, Carnegie Branch Library for Local History

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A collection of audio and video interviews about Colorado’s history connects listeners to the past the way the written word can’t. Photo courtesy of the Boulder Historial Society Collection, Carnegie Branch Library for Local History

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The Maria Rogers Oral History Program began in 1976 as an archive of recorded interviews documenting the history of Boulder City and County. It has since evolved into an extensive online and onsite collection of over 1,700 audio recordings video, podcasts and other forms of media that bring oral history out from inside the library walls and into the community. Photo courtesy of the Boulder Historial Society Collection, Carnegie Branch Library for Local History


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