Many of us belong to communities that share common beliefs, practices, and history. Communities may be faith-based, governmental, academic, scientific, political, or simply share a common identity, culture, neighborhood, interest, or cause. Life History Services has assisted a wide variety of communities to gather and preserve their shared history, culture, and hopes for the future. Preserving broader themes and stories through multiple voices and first-hand testimonies captures history that otherwise may remain untold or forgotten. Some of the community organizations we have served include:

  • The Jewish Community Center of San Francisco
  • The Solana Beach Presbyterian Church
  • Temple Emanu-El, San Francisco, California
  • The Community Support Network, Madison, Wisconsin
  • The Lead Belt Jewish Oral History Association, ¬†Southeast Missouri Lead Belt District
  • New York State Archives
  • The Wisconsin State Historical Society
  • The George Mosse Humanities Program, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • The School of Social Work, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • The USC Shoah Foundation, Los Angeles, California & Berlin, Germany
  • Freie Universit√§t, Center for Digital Systems, Berlin, Germany

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