Minnesota Historical Society
Malaysian Minnesotans speak about their experiences coming to Minnesota. The narrators discuss their personal stories of living in Malaysia and Minnesota. The interviews also touch on a wide range of topics from community, to education, and race
University of Virginia
A discussion by Barbara Vandegrift on copyright problems is included
Central Michigan University - Clarke Historical Library
Oral history projects, 1973-1993, by Central Michigan University (CMU) students in History 110 (American Experience) and 221 (Growing Up In America). The style and depth of research varies with each paper. Most of the papers document life in Mich. or of Mich. natives growing up, serving in World War II, or surviving the Depression. Some of the papers cover the experiences of people living in other states and countries and the experiences of emigrants to Mich
New York State Historical Documents
Oral history tapes of interviews conducted with retired Chinese laundry workers, restaurant workers, and individuals from other occupations. Most of the interviewees are men who worked in this country in the 1920s to 1940s. A few of the workers are women. Interviews discuss their life in China prior to immigrating to the United States, their initial journey from China to this country, their visions of America, how they survived, and their present lives
University of California, Los Angeles - Ethnomusicology Archive
Sound and video recordings, papers, and photographs related to the Italian Oral History Institute, including materials from Luisa Del Guidice and Edward Tuttle
University of Utah - J. Willard Marriott Library
A collection of 26 tapes with transcriptions completed through the American West Center, University of Utah in 1974, as a means of documenting the history relating to the Golden Spike National Historic Site, mainly Promontory Village and Promontory Stations
State Library of Queensland
Collection of interviews regarding the Surat Aboriginal Family
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Interviews by Bob Gilgor, a retired doctor and Chapel Hill, N.C., documentarian, with teachers, staff, and alumni from Lincoln High School, Chapel Hill's historically black secondary institution. The school was closed during the implementation of school desegregation in Chapel Hill in 1962. Interviewees discuss African American life and race relations in Chapel Hill, as well as education, discipline, extracurricular activities, and social life in high school before and after school integration
State Library of Queensland
A collection of interviews regarding the history of Hervey Bay
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
Collection contains digital video and audio oral histories, transcripts, and biographical information of Wyoming Veterans