The National World War II Museum’s oral history collection was begun by the late Dr. Stephen Ambrose. The Museum intensified its efforts to build a collection of videotaped oral histories. The subsequent collecting has mainly focused on covering the story of World War II through the voices of citizen soldiers in all branches, theatres, and major war experiences.
Audio recordings and transcriptions of interviews on Catholic Action and Social Justice; the National Catholic Reporter; and Notre Dame faculty, staff, and students. (1972-2000) This collection can be consulted on the sixth floor of the Hesburgh Library, in the University Archives.