In Part 4 of our series on oral history interviews, we share tips on supplies, equipment, and the types of questions you should ask.
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NFHC President Ronny Coleman highlights recent organization successes and the need for funding to further improve document preservation capabilities.
In Part 3 of our series on oral history interviews, we provide you with tips for preplanning your interview.
In Part 2 of the Oral History series, we take a look at interview styles and ethical considerations for oral history interviews.
The National Fire Heritage Center has announced Fireproof Children/Prevention1st of Rochester, New York, as the winner of the Benjamin Franklin Fire Writer’s Award.