RESEARCH RESTART

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East Asia Library shelves

Paging services to East Asia Library restored

August 6, 2020
by Joshua Capitanio

As part of Stanford Libraries' research restart, materials from the East Asia Library stacks can now be paged and picked up the circulation desk.  Additionally, paging of some materials from our collections at SAL1/2 for pickup at the East Asia Library has been restored.

Fuller wire

Buckminster Fuller on a long thin wire

July 31, 2020
by Geoff Willard

Buckminster Fuller has loomed large over the Stanford Media Preservation Lab ever since his archives were fully processed and described in the mid-2000s. Over the past eight years we've been slowly reformatting the extensive media component of this collection, but there was one media format that remained elusive: wire.

East Asia Library

Elevator repair and limited access to basement stacks

July 28, 2020
by Joshua Capitanio

On Monday, August 3, repairs will commence on the East Asia Library elevator.  The repairs are expected to take approximately three weeks, during which time patrons will be unable to access the basement stacks.

Masquaraders to the rescue!

July 24, 2020
by Julie Sweetkind-Singer

                                             Crystal Hsu

"Thank you for you & the team making beautiful fabric masks for all of us.  We are deeply grateful!" -- Crystal Hsu

 

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