Livingston County historian documenting local COVID-19 stories

MOUNT MORRIS — The Livingston County Historian’s Office is requesting assistance from the public to help document the affect of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Public involvement and personal perspective of all age groups is essential to help fully document the impact of this transformative event on our county, the Historian’s Office said.

Throughout 2020, the County Historian’s Office will be compiling information on the health crisis and has created a survey for individuals to fill out and submit directly to this office.

Residents are encouraged to share share firsthand experiences, images, and reactions on how COVID-19 has altered their life and community.

All information gathered will become part of the County Historian’s permanent archival collection and made accessible for researchers. Stories and images may also be used for future exhibits. Survey forms are available online at www.livingstoncounty.us/historian.php

For more information, contact the Livingston County Historian’s Office, 5 Murray Hill Drive, Mount Morris, NY 14510, call (585) 243-7955 or via email to historian@co.livingston.ny.us.

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