- American Airpower Heritage Museum Oral History Program in Midland, TX. They will send you an oral history kit.
- American Memory from the Library of Congress in Washington D.C. contains primary source materials on American culture and history. Contributions of the Library of Congress to the National Digital Library. Collection includes prints & photos, documents, motion pictures, and sound recordings. Most sources are in the public domain. Includes a search function.
- Baylor University Institute for Oral History, in Waco, Texas, practicing professional oral history since 1970, offers useful oral history instruction through its Workshop on the Web, including an introduction to the basics of interviewing, tips for collecting family oral histories, and the Baylor University Transcribing Style Guide. A majority of the 5500+ interviews in the collection are available online in transcript format, and audio files are now also gradually being added.
- British Library National Sound Archive in London, England.
- California State University Long Beach - Oral History Program in Long Beach, California. Oral History at CSULB is an instructional program offering students an enhanced knowledge of the techniques and methodologies of oral information gathering and its uses in teaching and research. It also serves as an oral history resource for educational and community groups.
- Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, features resources for photographers, writers, filmmakers, scholars of history and literature, teachers, students, and others who struggle to participate in the lives of individuals and communities and to render these lives in documentary works of artistic, literary, and social value.
- Columbia Center for Oral History in New York City, New York, features a guide to the collection of video and oral interviews, with a telnet link to library.
- Canadian Museum of History in Gatineau, Quebec, Canada. Oral histories enhance many online collections.
- Georgia Government Documentation Project at the Georgia State Library in Atlanta, Georgia, documents the state's political heritage through oral history interviews and collections of associated papers. The GGDP collection includes more than 250 interviews with former governors, legislators, women in politics, African American political activists and leaders, journalists, and numerous other public figures. In addition to the interviews generated by the project, the GGDP actively collects interviews conducted by other scholars of Georgia politics.
- Indiana University Oral History Research CenterOverview of collections at the University of Indiana, most of local history, some wider projects.
- The Institute of Oral History at the University of Texas El Paso.
- Louisiana State University T. Harry Williams Center for Oral History website is http://www.lib.lsu.edu/special/williams/ The Williams Center collects interviews on Louisiana's history, politics, and culture. Notable in its oral history collections are ongoing projects relating to Louisiana politics, the history of LSU, Louisiana veterans (mostly WWII), and African American history with a special focus on the civil rights movement.
- Michigan State University, The Vincent Voice Library, Maurice Crane, Director.The G. Robert Vincent Voice Library is the largest academic voice library in the United States. It houses recordings from more than 50,000 persons recorded during the last 100 years. The site contains downloadable sound files .The URL is: http://vvl.lib.msu.edu/index.cfm
- The Minnesota Historical Society began collecting oral histories in 1948. Concentrating on the history of Minnesota, the oral histories in the collection cover a wide range of topics including politics, business, labor, agriculture, the environment, religion, ethnicity, and education. The URL for the Oral History collection is: http://www.mnhs.org/collections/oralhistory/oralhistory.htm
- National Library of Australia Oral History Collection The National Library's Oral History Collection contains tape recordings and transcripts.
- National Park Service-Links to the past. Sites include: Historic Places, History, Archeology, Museum Collections, Preservation Programs, and Structures and Landscapes. Search under oral history. URL: http://www.cr.nps.gov/history/oh/index.htm
- Northeast Archives of Folklore and Oral History - University of Maine Archive Collections Northeast Archives of Folklore and Oral History. Contact information: Maine Folklife Center 5773 South Stevens Hall University of Maine.
- Oral History on Space, Science, and Technology. Department of Space History, National Air and Space Museum.
- <>Santa Cruz Regional Oral History Project: University of California, Santa Cruz, lists of people interviewed, along with area resources, bibliography. URL is http://library.ucsc.edu/reg-hist/
- Social Security Administration History Archives contain over 100 Social Security and Medicare-related oral histories. A catalog of the Archives' holdings is online at http://www.ssa.gov/history/orallist.html and the full transcripts of selected interviews are also accessible online. The online interviews contain photographs and soundclips along with transcripts. Contact Larry DeWitt at the SSA Archives.
- South Dakota Oral History Center/Institute of American Indian Studies - The largest Native American oral history collection in the US. Topics range from ancient legends and traditional beliefs to recent political and social issues. Director: Leonard R. Bruguier, University of South Dakota, Vermillion, South Dakota.
- Southern Oral History Program, University of North Carolina: Home page of Dr. Hall, who heads the program. URL: http://www.sohp.org/
- Saint Vincent College, Center for Northern Appalachian Studies, Oral History Program is located at URL: http://facweb.stvincent.edu/academics/english/faculty/wissolik/center.htm
- The State Historical Society of Wisconsin Archives.URL: http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/
- Texas Oral History Association, founded in 1982, serves as a network for oral history practitioners from various settings throughout Texas and surrounding states. The web site provides announcements of forthcoming TOHA meetings, membership information, and links to related sites. In addition it contains a cumulative list of the contents of the TOHA journal, Sound Historian, published since 1993, and provides manuscript requirements for potential journal contributors. Very useful is the web edition of the TOHA Newsletter, with the contents of recent newsletters (1997-1998). The URL is http://www. baylor.edu/~TOHA/
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and the Oral History Department and Archive URL: http://www.ushmm.org Also includes a free 140 page publication in PDF format entitled, "Oral History Interview Guidelines"
- University of Alaska Fairbanks: The Oral History Program was established in 1981 and now includes more than 8,000 recordings, many with Native Alaskans. Notable in the collections is Project Jukebox--an interactive, multi-media computer system that combines recordings with maps, photographs, and printed text.
URL: http://www.uaf.edu/library/oralhistory/index.html and for Project Jukebox go to: http://uaf-db.uaf.edu/Jukebox/PJWeb/pjhome.htm
- University of California at Berkeley Regional Oral History Office: at the Bancroft Library, practical information on conducting oral history interviews and projects.
- University of Connecticut at Storrs- Center for Oral History.The Center originates, sponsors, and supports oral history projects dealing with a wide variety of subjects, including the University itself. Through its professional transcribing service, TAPESCRIBE, the Center assists oral historians in the completion of their projects by transforming the taped word into written form. URL: http://www.ucc.uconn.edu/~cohadm01/
- University of Hawai`i at Manoa, Center for Oral History preserves state history including oral histories of communities, ethnic groups, government, labor and historical events involving Hawai`i. Find it on the web at: http://www.oralhistory.hawaii.edu/
- The University of Kentucky Oral History Program Division of Special Collections and Archives University of Kentucky Libraries.
- University of Missouri Center for Studies in Oral Tradition: Description and information about the journal, Oral Tradition
- University of New Mexico Oral History: List of audio tapes and transcripts available at archives.
- University of Rochester Medical Center Oral History Project: URL: http://www.urmc.rochester.edu/hslt/miner/rare_books/oral_histories/index.cfm
- University of South Florida, Tampa, FL - USF Oral History Collection - Guide includes index and sound files. The URL is: http://web.lib.usf.edu/flasc/oralhistory.html
- The Oral History Interviews of the University of New South Wales in Sydney,Australia are listed at this website: http://info.library.unsw.edu.au/archives/about/holdings/archoral.html
- University of Southern Mississippi - Center for Oral History & Cultural Heritage - interviews with/about Mississippians, index, excerpts, other guides. The URL for this website is: http://www.usm.edu/oralhistory/
- Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Guide to the Oral History Collections in Special Collections the directory lists the oral history holdings of the special collections at the university archives. URL is http://spec.lib.vt.edu/specgen/oralindx.htm
- Walter P. Reuther Library ,Wayne State University houses the Archives of Labor and Urban Affairs. Its oral history collection of interviews with union labor leaders and workers is extensive. Its URL is: http://www.reuther.wayne.edu/
- Youngstown State University, Center for Historic Preservation, houses an important regional Oral History Program.The YSU program is the largest in Ohio, with over 2000 interviews collected since 1974. The URL is http://www.as.ysu.edu/~histpres/ and the information about the oral
history collections can be found at: http://www.as.ysu.edu/~histpres/oralhist.htm