The Research Center maintains special projects in which the community can be involved.
The Oral History Project volunteers interview local people to obtain information about Sioux City’s history.
The George Newman Negative Identification project depends on volunteers to help to identify over 11,000 photographic images taken by the Sioux City Journal photographer, George Newman in the 1940s and 1950s.
Research Center staff and volunteers give a number of workshops and presentations related to preservation topics and Sioux City history. Visit the Calendar section for details.
Presentations are available for community groups about Sioux City history and the work being done at the Research Center. A list of topics is available under the Community Presentations section.
Volunteers are always needed for these and other projects at the Research Center. See our Volunteer section for details.