Aimee's role in the library
I assist the University Archivist in collecting, preserving, and providing access to materials documenting the history of Stanford -- its administration, student life, and the teaching and research activities of its faculty. I also provide reference assistance for administrators, staff, faculty, students, and others with research questions on the university's history, and I conduct instructional sessions for classes that visit the University Archives.
Topic Guides by Aimee
|Guide||Last Updated||Subject tag|
|Stanford University Athletics||2012-08-31||Manuscripts and archives, Stanford history|
|Stanford University Architecture||2012-09-04||Manuscripts and archives, Stanford history|
|History of the arts at Stanford||2012-11-15||Manuscripts and archives, Stanford history|
|Stanford University Oral History||2013-04-15||Manuscripts and archives, Stanford history|
|Muybridge (Eadweard)||2013-02-19||Photography, Images, Manuscripts and archives, American history, Stanford history|
|Stanford family genealogy||2013-03-08||Manuscripts and archives, Stanford history|
|Lathrop family genealogy||2013-05-09||Manuscripts and archives, Stanford history|
Society of American Archivists (2002-present)
Society of California Archivists (2008-present)
Society of Georgia Archivists (2005-2007)
More about Aimee
Like Leland and Jane Stanford, I grew up in upstate New York and spent time living in the Albany, NY area. Like David Starr Jordan (Stanford's first president), I received my undergraduate degree from Cornell University. I like to think that I'm carrying on the proud tradition of upstate New York natives striking out for California and finding a place at Stanford.
Prior to joining the staff of the Stanford University Archives in 2008, I held positions at the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco and at Emory University's Pitts Theology Library.