CaltechOralHistories
  The Caltech Institute Archives

About the Repository

Content

The Caltech Archives Oral History Project began in 1978 for the purpose of recording the personal memoirs of the distinguished scientists, teachers, and administrators of the Institute. To date, approximately 170 interviews have been completed and most are open to readers in transcript form. Beginning in 2002, selected interviews have been made available to the public in digital form through this repository.

CaltechOralHistories is part of CODA, the Caltech Collection of Open Digital Archives, managed by Caltech Library Services. The mission of CODA is to collect, manage, preserve and provide global access over time to the scholarly output of the Institute and the publications of campus units.

General Copyright Notice

Caltech holds or administers the copyright on all of its oral histories. Permission to cite or quote must be requested in writing from the Caltech Archivist.

Software

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Contact Information

Any correspondence concerning this specific repository should be sent to coda@library.caltech.edu.