In 1977 the Medical Library Association recommended establishing an Oral History Program to "provide the basis for a history of the Association and for an understanding of the dynamics of medical librarianship in the 20th century." In 1980, a three-year National Library of Medicine grant provided funds to continuing the interviews. With the Centennial, there has been a renewed interest in interviewing and in uses the existing interviews. Over 50 interviews provide interesting examples of all aspects of medical librarianship. The Program uses accepted oral history techniques to collect, preserve, distribute interviews. This talk will provide an overview of the program, its progress and its future plans.