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36 photoprints and 312 digital images ; cm.
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Online Archive of California
The materials consist of digital photographs and prints of the Stanford Powwow taken by photographer Ira Nowinski.
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4 linear feet
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Online Archive of California
Color slides taken by professional photographer Art Streiber, many of which were used in Stanford publications, particularly those of the Department of Athletics. The majority of the images are of football games, players, coaches, and fans. Other sports include tennis, swimming, water polo, gymnastics, baseball, basketball, and track, including a series on track coach Brooks Johnson. Other subjects include the 1987 Cornerstone Weekend events; commencement events of 1985, 1987, and 1988; Tom Brokaw's appearance on campus, 1984; orientation events, 1986; a class held outdoors behind the Quad, 1984; activities of the Axe Committee, 1986; and the exhibition of a scale model of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial on campus in 1986.
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18.8 gigabytes (33 files)
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Online Archive of California
The materials consist of digital photographs of house members.
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The Stanford-Cambridge Radar Film Digitization Project is an Antarctic survey conducted by an international consortium of American, British and Danish geoscientists.
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4 linear feet
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Online Archive of California
These photographs pertaining to Stanford University were selected from the morgue of the Peninsula Times-Tribune after its closing. They consist of photographs by the newspaper staff as well as photographs obtained from the Stanford News Service and other sources. The bulk of the images are from the early 1970s through 1992; there are also a few copy prints of historical photographs. Subjects include administrators, employees, faculty, buildings, campus life, commencement, construction, Hoover Institution, the Medical Center, sports, politicians and events on campus, Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, the Stanford Shopping Center, student life, and demonstrations.
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1.75 linear feet
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Online Archive of California
Images are primarily of student life in Wilbur Hall (a men’s dorm at the time), 1955-56, but also include images of students at Pescadero State Beach, at Rossotti's Beer Garden, a crew race, and water polo. The prints in this collection were re-mastered and printed in 2007-2009.
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3 linear feet
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Online Archive of California
These photographs of Stanford University buildings were done by Baer for the architects for the University. Buildings designed by Wurster, Bernardi and Emmons include The Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, 1954, and Stanford Medical Plaza, 1959. There are a large number of images of the married student housing complex (Escondido Village) designed by Campbell and Wong, 1963-64; and of the Jean and Paul Hanna house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, 1962. Other buildings include the Faculty Club, 1967; the Lou Henry Hoover Library, 1968; Maples Pavilion, 1969; Cummings Art Building, 1969; the fire and police facility, 1970; Children's Hospital, 1970; Stanford Law School, 1975; and the engineering school's Terman Hall, 1977.
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43 items
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Online Archive of California
This collection consists of aerial photographs of the Stanford University campus and lands taken by Hatfield Aerial Surveys, a firm owned by Adrian R. Hatfield. Of notes are images of areas of the campus now the site of the Stanford Shopping Center, the Medical Center, the industrial park, and faculty housing developments. Some of the images include the neighboring towns of Palo Alto and Menlo Park.
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12 linear feet
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Online Archive of California
Collection contains prints (mostly black and white) of Stanford presidents, faculty, trustees, staff, students on campus, campus lands, and construction, as well as a series of mounted images from Stanford Seen, an exhibition of Holub’s photographs held in 1964. Other topics include a sit-in at Dr. Sterling’s office 1966; photos of Prof. Moffatt Hancock and prints Holub made of Hancock’s negatives of campus scenes; images of Chris Stinehour, stone carver working on the Quad; and prints Holub made from glass plate negatives of historic images of Stanford. Collection also includes prints of images used in the book LEO HOLUB PHOTOGRAPHER, which documents his whole career.
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20.25 linear feet
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Online Archive of California
This collection includes photographs (negatives, prints, slides, and digital format) produced by the Planning Office or by related offices prior to the inception of the Planning Office (such as Buildings and Grounds), as well as photographs from other sources that were acquired by the Planning Office. The images are generally of projects under way or of campus areas slated for projects. Of note are campus aerials, 1951-1970; a series of negatives with matching prints of academic buildings, largely from the late 1930s; a series of negatives with matching prints of the construction of Frost Amphitheater, 1936-1937, of Cubberley School of Education, ca. 1937, and of the San Juan Hill reservoir, 1941; negatives from the construction of Hoover Tower, ca. 1939; negatives of documents presented to the Board of Trustees, 1961-1970; images by Leo Holub of “Pigott Corner” being carved on the old Engineering Corner, 1996; and color images of the construction of the Science and Engineering Quad, 1997-98. Other subjects include dormitories, cars on campus, Searsville dam, and tree planting on campus.
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10.75 linear feet (23 boxes)
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Online Archive of California
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0.8 linear feet (2 boxes)
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Online Archive of California
Materials include photographs of various indigenous groups of Mexico, including the Zapotec, Otomi, Mixi, and Trique, as well as buildings, the landscape, artifacts, and one photograph of Frederick Starr with another man, possibly his travel companion Ernst Lux. Photos have plate numbers written on the versos. Some photos by Jahn & Ollier Engraving Company.
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circa 4700 photoprints, some mounted: b&w; 9 x 12 and smaller., 1 oversize box, 5 v.
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Online Archive of California
Photographs taken by anonymous amateur photographers and some local professional photographers of Drama Department theatrical productions; the majority are from 1920 to 1960.
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1 linear feet
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Online Archive of California
These images primarily document Stanford buildings, including the Quad, the 1900 Library, the library and gymnasium that were destroyed in the 1906 earthquake, Memorial Church, Memorial Arch and the museum. Other subjects include the Cactus Garden, the Angel of Grief, Palm Drive, and the Entrance Gates. Some images of the Quad are stamped on the reverse with “F. L. Olmsted & Co.” Two images of note are the University Mayfield Brass Band, ca. 1900, whose musicians included one African American; and an armed man on guard duty on campus after the 1906 earthquake.
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40 linear feet
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Online Archive of California
The Stanford historical photograph collection, containing over 16,000 images. Series 1, General Photographs, documents the campus and campus life; subjects include athletics, original construction of the campus, individual buildings, students and student life activities, commencement activities, academic departments, and damage from the 1906 earthquake. Series 2, Stanford Family, contains photographs of family members and friends, Stanford residences, the Palo Alto Stock Farm, and the Central Pacific Railroad. Series 3, Biographical Photographs, contains images of faculty and administrative staff. Series 4 contains oversized images and Series 5 contains copy negatives. The majority of photographs are black and white gelatin prints but nineteenth-century albumen prints mounted on boards are also represented. The collection spans the late 1880s through the 1990s.
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8 linear feet
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Online Archive of California
This collection includes original Muybridge glass plate negatives and prints, as well as modern day copy prints of his photographs. Original materials, 1872-1880, include images of the Stanfords' residences in Sacramento and San Francisco, other unidentified estates, and two printed cards from his horse in motion series, 1878. Images represented by copy prints include Canadian Pacific Railway, Indians, San Francisco, Oakland, and several Central America photographs. Also included in the collection is a set of glass slides, primarily of images included in this collection, probably assembled by Harry C. Peterson, former curator of the Stanford Museum.
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1.25 linear feet
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Online Archive of California
Primarily studio portraits (mounted albumen prints) of Senator Leland Stanford, Jane Lathrop Stanford, Leland Stanford Jr., Gertrude Stanford, and Elizabeth Stanford. Also includes photographs of President William Harrison with Stanford during Harrison's visit to Stanford University. Studios represented include Bradley and Rulofson, Taber, and Carleton Watkins of San Francisco; Walary of New York; and Sarony of Paris. There are also a few images taken by Leland Stanford, Jr.
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