Organizations and Agencies
Every institution has a history, a story of its creation, how it has managed change over time, visionary leaders and office intrigues. Often, that history never gets preserved; those who work there are far too busy to find time to preserve their own history. Oral history interviews are therefore an ideal way for state agencies, private not-for-profits, and other organizations to record their history for posterity. These institutions are, after all, part of the fabric of our daily lives, worth preserving for future generations.