Under the direction of Monk Rowe, Hamilton College has built an amazing collection of interviews with jazz musicians, arrangers, writers, and critics. The college started collecting all of these interviews back in 1995, and since that time they have interviewed over 300 people. First-time visitors will note that each interview includes an audio file of the conversation, a photograph of the interviewee, and a transcript. A good place to start is the library website, available under Access to Interviews. On the library website, users can browse a Topics dropdown menu, which includes acoustic guitarists, composers, jazz banjo, and dozens of others. Some of the highlights here include conversations with Nat Adderley, Junior Mance, and legendary vibraphonist Terry Gibbs.