On view now
Stanford Libraries presents Embodied Knowledge: Women and Science Before Silicon Valley, on view August 11, 2023, through March 24, 2024, in the Peterson Gallery and Munger Rotunda, Cecil H. Green Library, Bing Wing.
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- Exhibition8/11/2023August 11, 2023 - March 24, 2024
- Exhibition10/27/2023October 27, 2023 - March 22, 2024
Nuremberg Trial Archives
The Taube Archive of the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg, 1945-1946 (IMT) is now available as the result of a partnership between the Stanford Libraries and the Stanford Center for Human Rights and International Justice.
Ruth Asawa PapersView the collection
The papers of Japanese American artist and educator Ruth Asawa document her art as well as her involvement in arts education, civic art, and arts administration. The collection contains correspondence, notes, portfolios, publicity, articles and publications, design sketches, photographs, and audiovisual media.
Gordon Moore papers, 1958–2005View the collection
This collection contains Moore’s Intel lab notebooks, personal and business correspondence, Intel presentations, memos and white papers, personal notes from meetings, greeting cards, photographs, cassette tapes and videos. The materials date from 1958 to 2005, but the majority dates from 1968 to 1999.
Eliasaf Robinson Tel Aviv CollectionView the finding aid
Assembled over a span of forty years by Eliasaf Robinson, a Tel Aviv native and Israel's most prominent antiquarian bookseller, this collection comprises a rich trove of books, pamphlets, magazines, printed ephemera, posters, postcards, photographs, maps, architectural plans, and original documents about the early history of Tel Aviv, "the First Hebrew City."
Kogu me lugu: digital video interviews, 2014View the collection
Explore this collection of oral history interviews with members of the Estonian diaspora who have lived under or fled from the Soviet and/or German occupation in Estonia.
Maps of AfricaView the exhibit
Stanford Libraries is home to a strong collection of maps of Africa, including maps donated by Oscar I. Norwich and Caroline Batchelor as well as maps from the Barry Lawrence Ruderman Collection, the University of Cape Town Collections, and the David Rumsey Map Collection.
The Durand-Lesley Propeller CollectionRead our article about the collection
The Durand-Lesley propellers in the Terman Library are the surviving artifacts of a famous experiment in early aviation history which defined a process method in engineering research still in use today.
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