The Oral History project invites Plano citizens to be interviewed by a professional from the Plano Conservancy for Historic Preservation.
These interviews help to preserve the stories of Plano's early years as well as the interviewee's own memories and observations. They are a valuable resource for future generations and will be referenced for decades to come.
Interviews can be in the form of both audio or video, based upon the interviewee's preference. Interviews are stored at the Plano Library Genealogy Center at Haggard Library.
If you, or someone you know, is interested in being interviewed please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are currently putting this program on hold during the COVID-19 Pandemic. We hope to get back to interviews soon, but please still contact us if you're interested!
We talked with Plano's former Mayor in 2015 about his experience with the interurban system and growing up in Plano.
The Plano Conservancy's Jeff Campbell interviewed Malcolm Len Morrow and Martha Gamblin Morrow in December 2015. This interview discusses their father, M.A. "Buddy" Morrow, who was a motorman with the Texas Electric Railway.