Next Digital Watauga Project Meeting
9:00 AM on September 6, 2016 at the Watauga County Public Library
Preserving the High Country's Archival Memory
“The principal aim of the Digital Watauga Project (DWP) is the digital preservation of Watauga County, North Carolina’s historical images, documents, and other materials. By serving as a digital clearinghouse of Watauga County’s history, the DWP encourages its members and the citizens of Watauga County to make our history more accessible to the general public while also allowing the owner of historical materials digitized through the DWP to retain ownership and control over their original images, documents, and artifacts. In addition, the DWP sponsors regular public events designed to highlight components of its digital collection and educate the Watauga County community about its rich, multifaceted, and important history. The Digital Watauga Project, working in partnership with the Watauga County Public Library, is a project of the Watauga County Historical Society, a non-profit, 501 (c) 3 organization."
To learn more about our community partners check out their websites:
For a "behind the scene" look at the Digital Watauga Project check out our social media pages
The Digital Watauga Project also manages a Wordpress blog,
Thank you to the donors to our Winter 2016 Generosity campaign. We would not be able to do this important community work without your generous support.
Sponsors: Eric Plaag, Anonymous
Supporters: Gary R. Boye, David M. Brewer, Alicia L. Hofer, Roberta Jackson, Dennis J. Kole, William F. Reese
Recently Added Items
Small black and white photograph of an unidentified couple at the Heart ball.
Small black and white photograph of a woman posing for a portrait, labeled McBrine.
Small black and white photograph of Olde Boone Exhibit and the Watauga Democrat.
Medium black and white photograph of a man posing with art.
Medium black and white photograph of a Watauga High girls tennis player in action.
Medium black and white photograph of the 421 E. building.