GCLS Veterans Oral History Project

The GCLS Veterans Oral History Project collects interviews from local veterans from a range of wars and asks them to talk about their experiences. A curated collection of interviews is maintained on archive.org. All videos are protected under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 License.

Check out our montage video below for samples from the interviews! Visit archive.org for the full interviews.

What is the GCLS Veterans Oral History Project?

The GCLS Veterans Oral History Project collects interviews from local veterans and asks them about their experiences. The goal of this project is to preserve memories from these events for future generations. 

Where can I watch recordings of the interviews? 

The videos are made available online through archive.org. You can stream recordings at this link: https://archive.org/details/@gloucester_county_library_system

Do I need a computer to watch the interviews?

No, you do not need a computer. Copies of the interviews are kept on DVD. They can be checked out from the Mullica Hill or Logan Library branches.

I would want to/know someone who wants to be interviewed? How can I get involved?

Please contact the Logan Branch Manager Carolyn Oldt for more information on being interviewed at 856-803-5094.