Veterans History Project

The National Court Reporters Foundation has partnered with the United States Library of Congress in an effort to protect and preserve the rich and extensive history of U.S. Veterans. Through a project sponsored by the Library of Congress, men and women who have served the United States in a time of war have committed their amazing personal histories to recording.

This mission of the Veterans History Project is to collect and archive the personal collection of the U.S. wartime veterans to honor their service and share their stories with current and future generations. We are looking for first-hand oral histories, photographs, letters, and diaries.

Your Help

How can you be a part of this important project? You can volunteer to be interviewed and to share your historical documents. Your interview will be conducted and recorded by a Registered Professional Court Reporter. It will then be transcribed so it can be preserved and archived at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. This is a chance to make history permanent - one voice at a time.

We ask that Uwchlan Township veterans contact Nancy Toner at 610-594-6139 to schedule a time to be interviewed.