Welcome to Farmington Speaks: A Community History Project.
Farmington is a town rich with local history, and it is the goal of the Farmington Libraries to not only preserve this history, but to celebrate and share it! As part of the Farmington Libraries 100th Anniversary we invite you to participate in this Community History Project by submitting materials pertaining to local people, places or events. These can be photos; documents such as letters, postcards, or journals; short audio or video clips; and other digital ephemera that celebrates Farmington's past or present. Your contributions will be curated into collections by Farmington Library staff and then published on BiblioBoard where it will be freely accessible all over the world. Please see below for information on acceptable file formats, how to submit your materials, and other guidelines.

Submitting Your Digital Content

Submitting Digital Content to Farmington Speaks

You are welcome to submit as many pieces of digital content as you like. Please make sure that you own the rights to the content and that it is relevant to Farmington's history.

Accepted File Formats

Books or other publications must be submitted as PDF or ePUB
Images must be submitted as JPG, PNG or GIF
Audio files must be submitted as MP3
Video files must be submitted as MP4, MPG, AVI, 3GP, FLV, DivX, WebM or OGG file types

Need to digitize your content?

No problem! Call the Information Services department at 860-673-6791 to schedule a one-on-one training in our Maker Space. We have equipment to digitize VHS, cassettes, records, photographs, slides and negatives.