The Historical Society is actively collecting photos, videos, written documents, and other materials highlighting the challenges and changes experienced throughout the area.
WILMINGTON — The Lower Cape Fear Historical Society announced a community-wide outreach effort to document life in the region during the COVID-19 pandemic. Through the Project for Posterity, the Society will be collecting material related to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and is enlisting the help of residents and visitors to the Wilmington area to share. The Project will not be limited to the pandemic; throughout the project the Historical Society will offer themes focused on racial tension, social unrest, and even the heroes who helped prevail.
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The Historical Society is actively collecting photos, videos, written documents, and other materials highlighting the challenges and changes experienced throughout the area; submissions are sought in digital format. The Historical Society is encouraging folks to share personal accounts to document the impact the crisis had on their lives.
The goal of the Project for Posterity is to document and preserve the collective experiences of our community during the crisis, including the health, economic, social, political, and religious impacts of COVID-19 on our area.
If you are interested in sharing digital content such as photographs, videos, and audio clips, and need a submission form, visit https://www.lcfhs.org/projectforposterity.html. Digital content may be shared through our online platforms and social media accounts.
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