Your Story Is Part of Durham History.
This resource - an online community archive of Durham people and places - is built by and for the community. A project of the local non-profit Preservation Durham, it helps trace the evolution of our city block-by-block, building-by-building, story-by-story. Your experiences and recollections, your words and images not only matter, they are crucial to documenting and sharing this rich legacy. Browse what others have already contributed, and create an account to add your voice!
John Schelp commented on West Durham Baptist / Grey Stone Baptist Church
Lawrence, I love this comment! Sunday was allowance day in my childhood home in DC. My brothers I
pkimw01 commented on Few House
I've been wanting to photograph the house on Farrington Mill Road for a long time, but didn't know
K Bevan commented on Piedmont Building
During 1943-4 my parents moved to Durham to join my uncle who was attending Duke and playing
jamesleegilbert commented on Morgan, Samuel Tate
Morgan's daughter, Alyce Blanche, married the former UNC football coach William Ayres Reynolds