Calling All Monmouth County Citizen Historians!

Every day becomes history, though some are more memorable than others. We are living through a historic event that people will be studying a century from now. MCHA would like to ask YOU to help us document your thoughts and experiences, which will then be archived under the digital collection Remembering COVID-19. From adults to small business owners to kids, we want to know your story. With your permission, we will periodically share select submissions under your first name, age, and town to keep us all connected during this difficult time. 


Our adult questionnaire is suitable for teens as well. ​We want younger kids to participate too, so there is a special form for them that includes activities to keep them busy, such as offering thoughts, advice, and artwork! Please click HERE to see some of the submissions to the collection so far.

Forms will be updated - check back often to contribute again!

Middletown Train Station, Weekday 
- Erich, Middletown

 Please read the following terms and guidelines before submitting your content

  •  All accepted items will be made available for public research by MCHA.

  • By submitting content through this form, you are granting MCHA non-exclusive (shared), royalty-free license to preserve, modify, and share your content for public research, educational use, exhibits, or publication, including in print or online.

  • MCHA reserves the right to remove content that it considers duplicative, inappropriate, or outside the scope of this project. MCHA is not obligated to include your content in this project or preserve it in perpetuity.

  • Please only submit photographic, audio, or video material which you own or have created. If you would like to refer or nominate material which you do not own, please contact

70 Court Street

Freehold NJ 07728

732 - 462 -1466

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Monmouth County Historical Association received an operating support grant from the New Jersey Historical Commission, a division of the Department of State.