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How to do an Oral History

Step 10 - Printing/publishing the document and sharing it

After the narrator's review it is always an excellent idea to have another set of eyes read the document for clarity and ease in reading. Your reader should be clear that this is the spoken word in print, to fully value an oral history document.

Printing the oral history on acid free paper is recommended for archival purposes. If the document is going to be printed double sided, 24 pound paper makes a better product. Then the oral history should be bound. Various spiral bindings are available through print shops, or paperback perfect-bound available at print-on-demand publishers.

Enjoy your hard work with your narrator!

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