Acquires and preserves manuscripts, rare books, and university archives.
- GAMECIP spin off project this summer: hardware platforms | June 9, 2015
- Three new digital collections now available in SearchWorks | May 27, 2015
- William Smith Map Displayed at Branner Earth Sciences Library, March 26 to April 2, 2015 | March 26, 2015
- Project South collection featured on NPR website, sparks crowd-sourcing experiment | March 24, 2015
- ePADD Project Makes Strides! | February 3, 2015
A virtual exhibit and digital collection celebrating the centennial of the founding of "The First Hebrew City."
Complete texts of 100 books from the series, Secret Service, illuminate perceptions of race in turn-of-the-century America.
Thirty-six digitized texts, written in French between 1716 and 1835, investigate the mysterious perimeters of knowledge beyond Locke.
First-person histories of the pioneering individuals who challenged the ways women were seen by the reigning art establishment.
Photojournalism, fine art documentary work, and commercial photography capture the people and places of an emerging Silicon Valley.
Streaming audio and video of a variety of events and activities from Stanford, Silicon Valley, and the larger artificial intelligence community.
Fuller's versatile career as an architect, lecturer, mathematician, writer, and social critic is documented extensively.
This collection from Dr. David A. Hamburg includes the documentary, Preventing Genocide, and videotaped interviews with world leaders in the prevention of mass violence.
Reports and documents from 1855 to 1893 on topics such as land use, natural resource management, health and welfare, transportation, and finance.
Online access to selected catalogs and administrative publications of Stanford University published between 1891 and 2001.
The collection contains CFB Annual Reports (1868-1988) and FBPC Annual Reports (1934-1967). Archival materials detail the economies of various countries.
The collection includes 138 digitized journal issues (1972-2002) documenting the emergence of the government documents specialization within the field of librarianship.
Over 59,000 public documents and 300 publications of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade on topics related to post-WWII international trade.
This digital library contains 144,000 pages of source materials from the hearings of the committee from 1946 to 1977.
Completed life history questionnaires and other materials document investigative work done in California in the 1920s.
More than 16,000 images documenting Stanford University and its founders.
Antiquarian maps from all over the world.
18th and 19th century North and South American cartographic materials
Antiquarian maps of Africa from the collections of the late Dr. Oscar I. Norwich and the Stanford University Libraries.
This is the collection of former Yale professor Herbert Matter, known for his films, photography, and experimental art printing.
Engravings, etchings, mezzotints, lithographs, and acquatints, circa 1600-1850.
San Francisco city views, public buildings, and landscapes, as well as San Jose, Stanford University, the U.S. Navy Yard at Mare Island, San Diego, and San Luis Rey.
450 maps and 50 field notebooks survey and map parts of California, Nevada, and Utah.
Philosophy Talk is a talk radio program co-hosted by Stanford professors John Perry and Ken Taylor.
This collection includes original Muybridge glass plate negatives and prints, as well as modern day copy prints of his photographs.
Correspondence, blueprints, drawings, photographs, and other records relating to the planning, design and construction of the campus home of Professor and Mrs. Paul R. Hanna designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
Primarily concerns his work in artificial intelligence at Stanford University.
Photographs of Stanford University buildings done by Baer for the architects for the University.
The MARL collection consisting of nearly 60 linear feet of materials is dedicated to the study of all aspects of musical acoustics.
The Bob Fitch photography archive is the complete archive of activist photographer Bob Fitch of Watsonville, California.
Glen is offline