History of Medicine
Guide to Oral Histories in Medicine and the Health Sciences
Minnesota Historical Society Library
345 Kellogg Blvd. W.
St. Paul 55102-1903
Interlibrary loan, reference, photocopying
The collection contains two sources of oral histories. The Oklahoma Nursing Association has interviewed prominent nursing leaders in the Oklahoma from the 1940 to 1990. A set of the interview tapes used Mark Everett to write the first two volumes of Medical Education in Oklahoma covering 1900 to 1964 are housed in the collection.
Oral history interviews of the Pioneers of the Medical Device Call #: OH 87
Industry in Minnesota Oral History Project, 1995-2001.
Interviews document the development of the medical technology industry in Minnesota through the people who generated the ideas, designed the products, and created the marketing organizations that form the industry. Each interview explores the individual narrator's role in the industry and his or her perspective on its growth and development. Interviews were conducted by David Rhees and Kirk Jeffrey.
Audio and video
Transcripts included. Full text is NOT available on the web.