Acquires and preserves manuscripts, rare books, and university archives.
- Library departments in Redwood City relocating (again) this fall | September 14, 2016
- Janet Sakai moving from Special Collections to Acquisitions | January 13, 2016
- Opern-Typen: opera meets the comics | January 12, 2016
- Joseph Goldyne: Books, Prints & Proofs opens in Green Library Bing Wing | September 21, 2015
- Spring term hours for Special Collections | March 19, 2015
|Guide||Created by||Last Updated||Subject tag|
|Artists' books||Peter P Blank||2015-02-27||Art, Art history, Rare books|
|Jewish Studies resources||Anna M Levia||2015-03-17||Images, Manuscripts and archives, Rare books, History, Language and linguistics, Religious studies, Jewish studies, Hebraica, Judaica|
|Find Special Collections materials||2013-05-07||General reference, Manuscripts and archives, Rare books|
Thirty-six digitized texts, written in French between 1716 and 1835, investigate the mysterious perimeters of knowledge beyond Locke.
Scores of operas, symphonic works, chamber music, and choral works by major composers from the 17th to 20th centuries.
Books and manuscripts related to Isaac Newton and the development of the physical sciences in the 17th century.
Books from the Aldine Press, founded in 1494 by Aldus Manutius and continued by his grandson, Aldo, until his death in 1597.
Eighteenth and nineteenth century books of English literature, international politics, and illustrated works.
Mary L. Schofield Collection of Children's Literature in Special Collections
Samson collection of Judaica once belonging to the Jewish Community of Copenhagen, Denmark.
Taube-Baron collection of Jewish studies and culture, from the library of Professor Salo Wittmayer Baron.
This collection consists of over 1200 items, published roughly between 1800 and 1980.