The G. Robert Vincent Voice Library files found in the digital repository represent only a small part of the entire Voice Library collection, which includes over 100,000 hours of audio recordings. The repository features Voice Library items held in the public domain or which include permission from the rights holder for online distribution. More files will be added to the repository as the Voice Library continues to grow. Please search the MSU Libraries catalog or browse a list of online recordings to explore more Voice Library items.
i.Detroit is a research-based exploration of 100 individuals from the City of Detroit. The three-year project was built on the foundation of a six-month nomination process, where a diverse group of Detroiters nominated people from their own communities who represent the very best of service to society and are making significant contributions to Detroit, the region and beyond.
Interviews with the Michigan Supreme Court Justices is a collection of oral history interviews with former members of the state's highest court.
Voices of the Black Imaginary is a unique oral history archive derived from interviews with scholars and creatives engaged with Afrofuturism.
The Women’s Overseas Service League (WOSL) oral history digital collection offers free, worldwide listening to approximately 150 audio interviews with American women who served overseas during the Great War, World War II, the Korean War, Vietnam, and the Gulf War.