Help us document life in Biddeford by submitting your stories, images, oral history interviews, and videos to the Biddeford Community Archive.
This work was begun to document life during and after the COVID-19 pandemic, and has grown into a fully open digital community archive.
We welcome anything created by you including audio or video diaries, journal entries, letters, photographs, drawings, personal recollections, and interviews with friends and family.
Submissions will be shared online and may be distributed to the public for educational purposes, including formats such as print, public, programming, exhibits, websites, and other online platforms.
ALL submissions are shared under the terms of a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike license. This means that the donor retains copyright, but that the public my freely copy, modify, and share these items for noncommercial purposes under the same terms, if they include the original source information.
Click here to submit a text-based story or upload an image, oral history interview, video, or audio recording.
If you prefer to share your story by phone or email, or need help in order to participate, please contact Renee Burkett at McArthur Library for assistance.
This site exists thanks to support from the Maine State Library and the Institute of Museum and Library Services.