Because many of us have more free time while stuck at home, we would like you to write about your favorite memories of Radnor Township. We want to hear about anything and everything Radnor – events, schools, neighborhoods, people, families, churches, stores, restaurants, etc., to be added to our new archive of recollections and family stories. In addition to archiving your story in our permanent collection, we may also post them online and on our social media outlets.
If you have additional content, including photographs, drawings, or home movies, we would love to see them as well! Please make a note in your story if you have additional content to share and we will contact you via the email address you provide about how you can share it with us.
Stories that have been shared with us:
Radnor Story #1: Howard Holden on Living at Chanticleer
Radnor Story #2: Radnor Students Start the African Education Program
Radnor Story #3: The Beer Cans in the Attic
Radnor Story #4: Growing up in a Rosemont Carriage House
Radnor Story #5: A Teacher Moves to the Area in 1969
Radnor Story #6: Memories of Growing Up in Wayne and St. Davids
Radnor Story #7: Teaching at Ithan Elementary School 1969-1993
Radnor Story #8: Three Recollections of the late ’70s and Early ’80s
Radnor Story #9: Memories from Dr. Huggler
Radnor Story #10: New Roots that Run Deep
Radnor Story #11: Memories of a Chauffeur’s Daughter
Radnor Story #12: A 1906-07 Radnor Football Player, Remembered by his Grandson