Online Database for Oral Histories Additional Oral History Collections
Oral Histories bring together historians, community members, and volunteers through interviews and stories about our city's cultural traditions and history.
We are excited to highlight the voices and experiences of individuals from all walks of life so that we can learn from the incredible stories that have shaped Raleigh.
Online Database for Oral Histories
Raleigh’s Historic Resources and Museum Program has a Collection Online Database for Oral Histories.
Completed City of Raleigh Oral History Projects
- Bailey Drive - Parks with a Purpose
- Community Memories of John Chavis Memorial Park
- Culture Town/Raleigh Roots
- Mordecai Historic Park 50th Anniversary
- New Bern Avenue BRT Station Area Plan
- Raleigh's Black Heritage & Historic Places: 1945-1975
- Raleigh Historic Cemeteries Advisory Board (HCAB): City Cemetery Audio Tour
- Raleigh Historic Cemeteries Advisory Board (HCAB): Mount Hope Cemetery Audio Tour
- Raleigh Historic Cemeteries Advisory Board (HCAB): O'Rorke Catholic Cemetery Audio Tour
- South Park - East Regional Neighborhood Association Oral History Luncheon
- Voices of Oberlin
Additional Oral History Collections
If you are interested in additional oral history collections, check out the following resources: