Interviewer: Carol Fenichel
Number of pages: 115 leaves
The MLA Oral History Project conducts and preserves interviews that help illuminate the history of health sciences librarianship and of MLA.
The original recorded interviews and transcripts are kept in the MLA archives. Edited transcripts are available on MLANET or through interlibrary loan from the National Network of Libraries of Medicine (NNLM). These volumes also include biographies, and in many cases photographs and CVs, of the interviewees.
To access an oral history published since 2016, click on the Published Oral History link at the top of the interview summary. To borrow print copies of earlier histories, contact your regional medical library through the National Network of Libraries of Medicine (NNLM), or contact Mary Langman, director, information issues and policy, at MLA headquarters.
To participate as an interviewer or as a member of the Oral History Committee, or to suggest a person to be interviewed, contact Mary Langman, director of information issues and policy, or Carolyn Lipscomb, AHIP, project director.
For more information, see the history of the project.