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About: Oral History

Oral History Program

The Oral History Program was established in 1981 to collect, preserve, and provide access to audio and video recordings that provide insight into Alaska's history and the people who have contributed to its heritage. 

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Search the Library Catalog to find oral histories.

Need help searching the library catalog? See How do I search for oral histories


Search the APRCA Digital Repository to find select historical audio that has been digitized.

Not finding what you're looking for?  We can help! Contact us.

Project Jukebox

  • Project Jukebox is the digital branch of the Oral History Program and provides online access to audio and video recordings, transcripts, maps, historic photographs and films from across Alaska.

Contact the Oral History Program

Leslie McCartney, Curator of Oral History
lmccartney@alaska.edu


Robyn Russell, Collection Manager
rlrussell@alaska.edu
Phone907-474-6773

Elmer E. Rasmuson Library
1732 Tanana Loop
PO Box 756800
Fairbanks, Alaska 99775-6800
Phone: 907-474-7481​​
Text: 907-341-4404​
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