Transcripts and audio recordings of interviews with Civil Rights workers in the South recorded by Stanford students during the summer of 1965.
- Project South collection featured on NPR website, sparks crowd-sourcing experiment | March 24, 2015
- Social Justice at Stanford: Selections from the University Archives | September 30, 2014
- Project South coordinator revisits collection 50 years later | May 8, 2014
- KZSU Project South transcripts now online | March 27, 2014
- Archives celebrates Black History Month | February 19, 2014
|Guide||Created by||Last Updated||Subject tag|
|African-American History||Ian Singleton||2012-10-25||American history, African American studies|
|African-American students at Stanford University||Josh Schneider||2014-05-01||Manuscripts and archives, African American studies, Stanford history, Race and ethnicity studies|
|Children's books by or about African Americans||Kathryn M Kerns||2015-03-10||African American studies, Children's literature, Education|
White perceptions of African American as portrayed in the cover illustrations of sheet music.
Sheet music depicting African Americans, or written by African American composers.
The Bob Fitch photography archive is the complete archive of activist photographer Bob Fitch of Watsonville, California.