I came across this article in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. I am a big fan of oral history (I embarked on this back in 1990 by taping interviews with my family members--this was before it became a popular component of family history research) and think it is great to have StoryCorps' collection available to consumers.
Wednesday, August 08, 2007The Associated Press
SEATTLE -- A year after adding books to its growing entertainment lineup, Starbucks Corp. said yesterday it will soon begin selling its third pick, a collection of 50 stories in an oral history project compiled on book and CD...
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