National Museum of American History

Repository description: The National Museum of American History, part of the Smithsonian complex, keeps a relatively extensive selection of oral history projects in its Archives Center. Several of them include online transcripts and other digital material.

Regulatory significance: Many of the relevant oral history projects in this repository speak to technological change, advertising, and other areas of business regulation. Several collections appear to speak to private regulation, particularly as it relates to standard setting.

Relevant projects:
Computer Oral History Collection
Containerization Oral History Collection
Marlboro Oral History Collection
Southern Agriculture Oral History Project

Digital access: Transcripts available online on a project to project basis.

Physical access: Holdings are available to researchers at the Archives Center of the National Museum of American History, in Washington, DC.


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