The Mass. Memories Road Show is coming to LOWELL, Mass.!

Celebrate Your Place in Lowell’s History!
A fun, free event, open to the public!

Saturday, March 24, 2012
10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Come whenever you like - it does not take long to participate!

What is the Mass. Memories Road Show?
It’s a chance to join your neighbors and friends as we collect photos that show the history of the people, places, and memories of Lowell for a digital archive and website.

Who can participate?
Anyone who is a Lowell resident, works in Lowell or has any connection to Lowell is invited to be a participant.

What do participants do?
• Bring up to 3 photos that illustrate your life. These can be historical or more recent photos of your home, your family, your community, your neighborhood – the choice is yours!
• Items will be scanned, and the originals will immediately be returned to you.
• You may also contribute to an oral history video project and tell the story about your photos.
• Learn about how to preserve, identify and date your photos.

Where does this happen?
Tsongas Industrial History Center
UMass Lowell/Lowell National Historical Park
Boott Cotton Mills Museum, 4th Floor
115 John Street, Lowell, MA 01852

Pre-registration recommended but not required. To register, call 978-970-5101 or email

Click [FLYER] to download a flyer about the event.

Click [PHOTO FORM] to download a Photo Form to fill out with information about your photographs. Please complete one Photo Form for each photo you contribute to the event. You may contribute up to 3 photos. The Photo Form may be completed in advance or at the event. Copies of the Photo Form will be available at the event.

An initiative of the Massachusetts Studies Project at UMass Boston
Co-sponsored by Mass Humanities
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