Acquires and preserves manuscripts, rare books, and university archives.
- Archives celebrates Black History Month | February 19, 2014
- Archives acquires papers of Martin Hellman | December 18, 2013
- Stanford Safari in the University Archives | September 9, 2013
- Additions to SDR | July 23, 2013
- Asian American Students' Association records now available via SDR | June 21, 2013
More than 16,000 images documenting Stanford University and its founders.
This collection includes original Muybridge glass plate negatives and prints, as well as modern day copy prints of his photographs.
Documents the founding and administration of Stanford University, along with her personal and social affairs.
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.
Primarily concerns his work in artificial intelligence at Stanford University.
Explores the institutional history of Stanford, with an emphasis on the tranformative post-WWII period.
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.
Photographs of Stanford University buildings done by Baer for the architects for the University.
Materials pertaining to McCarthy's research and his teaching at Stanford and MIT.
Maps of campus, other lands owned by Jane and Leland Stanford or the University, and adjacent communities.
Drawings of campus buildings and other properties owned by the university and faculty.
Documents academic and student life, including athletics, drama, lectures, films, musical events, organizations, dances, parties and other social events, and political activities.
Stanford football game program covers, 1892-2013.
Audio recordings of Stanford events and activities.
Video recordings documenting Stanford University events, 1934- .
Papers pertain primarily to topics in physics and include notes, overhead transparencies from his lectures, reprints, articles, memos, proposals, c
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