2004 - Alliance Memory

Alliance Memory's original web site

Established in 2004, the Alliance Memory project is a joint venture of Rodman Public Library in Alliance, Ohio with assistance from the Alliance Historical Society, Alliance City Schools, Negro History Club, Haines House, and Copeland Oaks.

The initial offerings included historic photographs of Alliance from the Alliance Historical Society, photographs of Taylorcraft Airplanes and Morgan Engineering from collections at Rodman Public Library, oral history recordings and transcriptions from the 1960s and 1970s held by Rodman Public Library, and video interviews of World War II veterans who live at Copeland Oaks, a retirement community in nearby Sebring, Ohio.

The Alliance Memory project was funded in part through an Institute of Museum and Library Services LSTA grant awarded by the State Library of Ohio.