National Life Stories (formerly the National Life Stories Collection) was established in 1987 to 'record first-hand experiences of as wide a cross-section of present-day society as possible'. Alongside the British Library Sound Archive oral history collections, which stretch back to the beginning of the 20th century, National Life Stories' recordings form a unique and invaluable record of people’s lives in Britain today.
A depository of historical materials relating to immigrants to the Pacific Northwest from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. Closely tied to the Regional Archives of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America.
The Luis J. Botifoll Oral History Project digital collection includes transcriptions and video clips of oral history interviews conducted with members of the first generation of Cubans exiled since the Cuban Revolution. Interviewees include political prisoners, visual artists, community activists, and others.
Over 120 oral histories of families and activists displaced or connected to former Latino immigrant residents of the Lincoln Park neighborhood of Chicago. It is not only a genealogical migration into the community, especially of the first Puerto Rican immigrants to Chicago; it is also the birthplace of the Young Lords Latino civil and human rights movement. The interviews are online and archived at special collections in the Grand Valley State University Library.