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22 items
Archive/Manuscript
2 boxes
The Bay Area video arcade photographs were taken in 1980 and 1981 at several locations in the San Francisco Bay Area. The locations include the Santa Cruz Boardwalk, the Exploratorium (site of the 1981 Atari Asteroids competition), and other arcades in Oakland and San Francisco. Materials include 84 black & white prints and approximately 650 35mm images on contact sheets with their negatives.
Special Collections
Digital content
963 items
Image
12 linear feet
Finding aid
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.
Special Collections
Digital content
174 items
Archive/Manuscript
43 linear feet (10 manuscript boxes; 13 flat boxes; 9 oversize flat boxes; 27 map folders)
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
Photographs, prints, scrapbooks, negatives, posters, printed material, artwork and ephemera relating to May's Photography Studio and Chinese and Asian-American art, culture, and theater in San Francisco's Chinatown, circa early-mid 20th century.
Special Collections
Digital content
5 items
Archive/Manuscript
3 oversize boxes.
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
Photographs of scenes in China.
Hoover Archives
Digital content
427 items
Image
circa 4700 photoprints, some mounted: b&w; 9 x 12 and smaller., 1 oversize box, 5 v.
Finding aid
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.
Special Collections
Digital content
366 items
Archive/Manuscript
5.5 linear feet (1 album: 375 unbound albumen photoprints; 375 photonegatives and 154 photoprints: stereograph, mounted)
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
Photographic series documenting construction of the Central Pacific Railroad, 1866-1869, presented both as an album and stereographs. Also includes mounted stereograph views of the Leland Stanford residence in Sacramento, 1862-1863. Collection includes copy negatives of Central Pacific series.
Special Collections
Digital content
266 items
Archive/Manuscript
354 items
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
This collection contains lithographs, drawings, watercolor paintings, art prints, diplomas, certificates, printed illustrations, cartoons, advertisements, bird’s eye maps, and other printed formats. The main focus is Stanford University and its founders; subjects include the career of Leland Stanford, his racing horses, Stanford University’s history, student life, campus buildings, views of campus, faculty achievements, and others. Some items of note include The Leland Stanford Junior University, Plan of Central Premises, 1888, by Shepley, Rutan and Coolidge, architects, and Frederick Law and J. C. Olmsted, landscape architects; original water color designs of mosaics for Memorial Church by A. E. Paoletti; nine demands posted by Students for a Democratic Society on the door of the President’s office, concerning the Stanford Research Institute, 1968; original sketches by Leland Stanford, Jr.; Currier and Ives prints of Stanford’s race horses; design for the president’s house by Louis Christian Mullgardt, architect; woodblock prints by Della Taylor Hoss from Mary Curry Tressider’s “Trees of Yosemite,” 1932; print by Enrique Chagoya “Illegal Spirit in Black and White”, 1994; caricature sketches of members of Beta Theta Pi, including Winstead “Doodles” Weaver, circa 1935; and Santa Fe Wing No. 9 by Nathan Oliveira, 1990.
Special Collections
Digital content
98 items
Archive/Manuscript
10 linear feet (99 prints, 1 volume + 1 lithograph stone)
This collection of prints, mostly lithographs (including chromolithographs and colored lithographs), as well as one engraving, primarily portray San Francisco city views, public buildings, and landscapes. Subjects also include San Jose, Stanford University, the U.S. Navy Yard at Mare Island, San Diego, and San Luis Rey. Included is a lithograph stone with an image of San Francisco, 1 volume of the 1854 "Daily Chronicle" plus one loose issue from April 30, 1906.
Special Collections

9. Jenny Lind [1846 ... 1848]

Digital content
11 items
Physical extent
1 toy (1 doll, 10 dresses, 5 hair pieces, 1 wooden block, 1 cardboard box) : lithograph, color ; 10 x 6 cm or smaller; in box 11 x 18 x 3 cm
  • 1. Robert der Teufel = Robert the Devil : Alice
  • 2. Die Hugenotten = The Huguenots : Valentine
  • 3. Die Nachtwandlerin = The Somnambule : Amine
  • 4. Don Juan = Don Juan : Donna Anna
  • 5. Die Tochter des Regiments = The Daughter of the Regiment : Mary
  • 6. Norma = Norma : Norma
  • 7. and 8. Vielka = Vielka : Vielka
  • 9. Der Freischütze = The Freischütz : Agathe
  • 10. In Concert-Toilette = In the concert-toilet
Paper doll of Jenny Lind, the 19th century opera star known as the "Swedish Nightingale", with one doll, 10 costumes from her most famous stage roles, and a wooden block to stand the doll up, all housed in the original cardboard box.
Special Collections