Pogue Award

Since 1979, OHMAR has recognized and promoted high standards in the field of oral history through the Pogue Award, an annual award for outstanding and continuing contributions to oral history. The award honors Forrest C. Pogue. Pogue pioneered the use of oral history in combat during World War II and also served as an early president of the Oral History Association.

Spencer R. Crew

YEAR: 1996

AFFILIATION(S): National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution

Spencer Crew Pogue Award Interview

Ronald J. Grele

YEAR: 1993

AFFILIATION(S): Columbia University Oral History Research Office

Ronald Grele Pogue Award Interview

Linda Shopes

YEAR: 1992

AFFILIATION(S): Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission

Linda Shopes Pogue Award Interview