Within the Ashland Public Library resides one of the EPA's first Field Repositories for a Superfund Site. During the initial stages of cleanup in 1988, the people of Ashland demanded that remediation findings be made public and the EPA agreed to launch this important program. Over 25 years later as we look at the collection of binders, we can skim the history of the contaminants. What's not here are the stories of people, how they were impacted, the culture of loss—the narrative of the contaminated. This exhibit juxtaposed the qualitative stories from people within the space of the quantitative data from the EPA. Working with the EPA and using their data, a scale model and set of mappings helped people orient and to project their own memories onto this subject. It culminated in an reflection station where visitors could browse new books that we purchased under the subject of ecology and leave us their own personal reflections.