Our stories are our heritage. They offer insights into who we are, remind us where we’ve been. Beyond the history of one family, our stories are the history of a community, a people, a world.
And so we must preserve them.
Today, the stories may seem ever-present.
Personal History ensures that they remain so.

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

Think heirloom book, paperback, chapbook, radio diary or other audio account, personal memoir, family tribute, annotated photo album or cookbook, letter series, community history, business chronicle, ethical will … there are so many options—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 & Metropolitan New York

celebrating the publication of
We Never Knew Any Different Stockton Springs Stories of the Past Century
Read about it in the Bangor Daily News, the Ellsworth Americanand the Republican Journal