Historical Voices

Digital Library Site based around audio materials, housed at Michigan State Univeristy. Links online collections, discussions of best practices for digital audio

Historical Voices, part of the Digital Library Initiative (endowed by NSF , NEH), a site with online exhibits and educational materials, centered around audio files.

The site has a set of research papers (white papers) about issues of digitizing text and audio for archivists, libraries and curators.

Some linked collections in the Historical Voices Galleries:
Studs Terkel
Flint (MI) Strike
Earliest Voice Recordings, History and Politics Out Loud
Oyez Project (US Supreme Court)
… and then some.

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Posted by Susan A. Kitchens on March 24, 2005 in • LinksOnline Oral History Collections
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