Fuller's versatile career as an architect, lecturer, mathematician, writer, and social critic is documented extensively.
Special Collections & University Archives
Here are a few of our notable collections. Check more out on the Libraries' Collections page.
Primarily concerns his work in artificial intelligence at Stanford University.
Professional and personal papers documenting research on transistors and electronics; genetic influences on intelligence; and science education.
Stanford has recently acquired and processed two collections from American military officers operating overseas in the early 20th century. The papers of Morris Cooper Foote (M2103) and Warren Jay Terhune (M2132) chronicle several critical episodes in Western expansionism and occupation in Asia and its responses.
Morris Cooper Foote’s papers include a variety of material (manuscripts, journals, letters, memos, reports, photographs, maps, newspapers) from his service in the United States Army’s Ninth Infantry. Most of it concerns his experiences in the Boxer Rebellion, but he was already a seasoned veteran at the time. Foote was born September 16, 1843 in New York. His great-grandfather was William Cooper, the founder of Cooperstown, and he was also related to Jacob Morris, who served in the Revolutionary War, and novelist James Fenimore Cooper.