Ann Cottrell Free: Oral Histories
- Animal Advocates Oral History Project, Oral History Interview with Ann Cottrell Free, Telling Their Story is All I Can Do.
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The original tape recordings of the interview, edited transcript and records pertaining to the interview are deposited permanently at Columbia University's Oral History Research Office.
- Washington Press Club Foundation, The Eleanor Roosevelt Press Conferences: A videotaped group interview with Ann Cottrell Free, Frances Lide, Ruth Montgomery, Malvina Stephenson, May 22, 1989 in Washington, D.C.
- The personal oral history of Ann Cottrell Free, 1998. Requests to quote from the transcript should be sent to FlyingFoxPress@gmail.com
- Oral histories of Ann Cottrell Free are available online through the oral history collection of the National Press Club.
- Covering World War II Washington interview by Tomas Dinges, April 13, 1994.
- December 17, 1947 ABC News radio interview transcript of "Headline Edition: Microphone from Berlin" with journalists Ann Cottrell and Verna Feuerhelm, discussing their trip around the world.