Oral History Collections
The Archives and Modern Manuscript Program's (AMMP) Oral History Collections cover a broad range of topics, people and institutions from throughout the medical and health sciences. Chiefly from the 1960s to the present, the collections consist of interviews with physicians, scientists, government administrators, medical librarians, and health-business executives. AMMP is also the service home for the Food and Drug Administration and the Medical Library Association oral history programs.
- List of all cataloged oral histories
- List of all unprocessed oral history accessions
- See also Guide to Oral Histories in Medicine and the Health Sciences
- See also Conversations with Medical Informatics Pioneers: An Oral History Project
Content is currently organized into seven collections and includes digitized transcripts plus any accompanying audio content when available. Users can browse content by title, interviewee name, and subject. Full-text searching is available across all sub-collections, within each sub-collection, and within individual transcripts.