About our program

The Maria Rogers Oral History Program (MROHP) Collection contains more than 1,650 interviews about all aspects of life in Boulder County, from pioneers to agriculture, mining, businesses, the arts, education, daily life during various decades, cities and mountain towns in the county, government policies and city planning, open space programs, women, immigrant and ethnic populations, rock climbing and mountaineering, politics and political activists, the Rocky Flats Nuclear Weapons Plant, and much more.

While the actual collection is archived at the Carnegie Library for Local History (1125 Pine St., Boulder, Colorado), the audio, summaries, and transcripts of the interviews have been digitized and stored in this searchable digital archive, accessible via the internet.

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