Atlantic City Project

Their words can be heard amid the crackles of cassette tapes and read on typewritten pages from 38 years ago, in a collection at the Atlantic City Free Public Library. In a small room with a window facing Tennessee Avenue, the little-known collection exists amid stacked boxes, memorabilia, crowded shelves and a single computer. Here, hand-typed pages, reels of audio tape and gigs of memory hold the voices of Atlantic City’s past.  For full story including podcast and video click here.

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