Oral history interviews are the recollections of people as recorded on audio tape and then transcribed by other people. As such, oral histories are subject to errors in fact and interpretation. The CJHS makes no representation about fact or interpretation in these transcribed interviews.

Transcriptions were done by a variety of people using a variety of means. Therefore, the published formats in which the transcribed oral histories appear are not consistent among interviews.

Oral histories are listed below in alphabetical order by last name. Click on a name to read the interview.

Can't find the name of the person you're looking for? Click here to view a list of unpublished oral histories.

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