In August 2017, Hurricane Harvey dropped more than 30 trillion gallons of water along the Texas Gulf Coast.

This website is a place where you can find memories and digital artifacts about this historic natural disaster or share your own stories, images, and audiovisual recordings related to Hurricane Harvey.

Our mission is to collect, preserve, and share digital artifacts associated with the storm, as well as the many personal stories that Harvey left in its wake—stories of rescue, resilience, and recovery, as well as stories of painful loss and lingering questions. Read our About page for more information about the Harvey Memories Project or Contact Us with your questions.

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Drying Flooded Photos


Some friends whose house in southwest Houston was badly flooded sent their family photo albums home with us. We laid them out on a table at Rice…

Brays Bayou Flautist


A man plays flute under a railroad bridge a few days after Harvey. The amount of water in the bayou remains high.

JJ Watt Sign in Front of Flooded House


A large painted sign featuring Houston Texans player JJ Watt rests against a tree in a yard covered with the contents of a flooded house. The image…