This collection includes original Muybridge glass plate negatives and prints, as well as modern day copy prints of his photographs.
- Buenzle Naval History Collection Now Available | September 19, 2013
- History and context to the NSA leaks about surveillance of US citizens | June 13, 2013
- Anthony Lewis, 1927-2013 | March 29, 2013
- President Harrison ephemera | February 11, 2013
- This evening: Kennedy, Khrushchev: 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis: a talk by Professor Barton J. Bernstein | November 9, 2012
|Guide||Created by||Last Updated||Subject tag|
|United States History||Ian Singleton||2013-10-24||History, American history|
|Asian-American History||Ian Singleton||2012-10-25||American history, Asian American studies|
|African-American History||Ian Singleton||2012-10-25||American history, African American studies|
|American art: before 1900||Anna M. Fishaut||2013-05-03||Art, Art history, American history|
|American art: 1900 to present||Anna M. Fishaut||2013-03-01||Art, Art history, American history|
|Native American History||Ian Singleton||2013-10-28||American history, Native American studies|
|Decennial Census Manuscript Resources||Kris Kasianovitz||2013-03-21||American history, Local government information, State government information, US federal government information|
|Muybridge (Eadweard)||2013-10-07||Photography, Images, Manuscripts and archives, American history, Stanford history|
Materials relating to the construction of the Central Pacific Railroad, Stanford's political career, business and financial interests, and the founding and construction of Stanford University.
Professional and personal papers documenting research on transistors and electronics; genetic influences on intelligence; and science education.
Documents all phases of his long and influential career as an educator, electronics engineer, administrator, and author.
Transcripts of interviews with Civil Rights workers in the South recorded by Stanford students during the summer of 1965.
The Issei Oral History Project in Watsonville consists of interviews conducted by Kazuko Nakane from 1978 to 1983 with fifteen Japanese-American residents in Watsonville, California.
2,532 individual pieces of sheet music, sheet music lithographs, and music related broadsides from the United States in the 19th and early 20th centuries.