Kensington-Bailey: A Call for Neighborhood Stories and Local Histories

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Developed during the early 20th century, the Kensington-Bailey neighborhood has a history rich in architecture, local businesses, schools, churches, and most importantly, people. For it is the people who truly make a place and add to the diverse backgrounds, talents, and culture of this great area.

The Kensington-Bailey Historical Committee has been hard at work preserving that history and diversity. The committee is seeking residents, both past and present, who are interested in sharing their personal stories and memories about their time spent in Kensington-Bailey area.

If you currently live or have ever lived, worked, or visited Kensington-Bailey, we want to hear from you! We are looking to record oral histories and stories from individuals and are also interested in photos and documents relating to the neighborhood, all of which will be preserved for generations to come.

Share you story by contacting the University District Council office at 716-851-5165 or