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Monday, January 4, 2016

SUL Rosette

Liisi Esse, assistant curator for Estonian and Baltic Studies, reported in The Baltic Course: “The collection of Baltic books, periodicals and manuscripts of Stanford University Libraries (SUL) has grown significantly during the past couple of years. This, as well as the creation of the first-ever Baltic curator position in the U.S. academic libraries, has been enabled by the 2011 Kistler Ritso Foundation’s endowment to SUL, and the foundation’s continuous support towards enhancing the Baltic studies.

”Read the article, The Baltic Studies Program of Stanford University Libraries.

Thursday, December 17, 2015

Euclidis Opera Omnia. Lipsiae, in aedibus B. G. Teubneri, 1883-1916.
by Michael Newman

For many years, the Mathematics & Computer Sciences Library, and later the Mathematics & Statistics Library, maintained a collection of Collected Works in Mathematics and Statistics.  When the Mathematics & Statistics Library merged with Falconer Biology Library in 2014, the Collected Works collection comprised approximately 1,000 items and nearly 400 titles. 

Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Stanford Conservation Lab

The Conservation Lab of the Stanford Libraries is now featured on the Stanford's 125th website. Kristen St. John, head of conservation services, worked directly with the writer to provide facts for the article, which is one of the official "125 Stanford Stories" on the site.

See TLC for Stanford's archival treasures.

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Fuji TV filming at SUL
by Mieko Mazza, Jidong Yang

On November 12, 2015, a team from Fuji Television Network in Japan came to SAL 1/2 to film a Japanese book entitled Tsuyama jiken hokokusho, an investigative report issued by the Ministry of Justice of Japan on a mass-shooting, murder spree that took place in Okayama Prefecture in 1938.

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