April 18, 2017 > Union City Museum wants your memories
Union City Museum wants your memories
Submitted By Union City Historical Museum
The ÒUnion City Oral History BookÓ, written by Myrla Raymundo, Founder/CEO of the Union City Historical MuseumÓ is a collection of about 200 interviews she conducted with Union City leaders, City staff members, and civic-minded people both past and present. For early founders of what is now Union City, she of course had to rely on documents in the Union City Historical Museum and/or reference materials given to her by living relatives of these pioneers.
She is again seeking personal stories from residents for her third book. Residents are asked to submit tales of growing up in Union City, attending school, going to the stores, and memories of the old towns, Alvarado and Decoto.
Residents can send their stories to the Union City Historical Museum, 3841 Smith Street, Union City. Or they can send their names and telephone numbers to Myrla Raymundo at the Museum for interviews.