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The Washington University School of Medicine Oral History Project is an ongoing series of recorded interviews and transcripts dating from 1959.  The project was envisioned to capture and preserve first person accounts and reflections on the history of the medical school, medical practice in St. Louis, and developments in the field of medicine.  Interview subjects include faculty, staff and alumni of the School of Medicine, as well as family members, friends and others associated with Washington University.  Users can listen to audio recordings or read transcripts of the interviews, and view images of the oral history subjects.

Oral history interviewees

The Oral History Project provides an important tool in documenting the history of the Washington University School of Medicine.  These audio interviews and transcripts are preserved in the Archives department of the Bernard Becker Medical Library.  They supplement the institutional records, manuscript and visual collections, and artifacts relating to the history of the Washington University School of Medicine and its affiliated institutions.

Recently completed oral history interviews include Norman C. Wolff, Jr., Jerome R. Cox, Jr., Andrew B. Jones, and Arthur E. Strauss.  For more information regarding the Washington University School of Medicine Oral History Project, or to submit recommendations for oral history candidates, please contact Philip Skroska.

Please note:  The Becker Medical Library presents these oral history interviews as part of the record of the past.  These primary historical resources may reflect the attitudes, perspectives, and beliefs of different times and of the interviewees.  The Becker Medical Library does not endorse the views expressed in these interviews, which may contain materials offensive to some users.

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