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.5 linear feet
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Online Archive of California
Collection includes video tape of the event, text of the speech by Gerhard Casper, color photographs from the event, computer printouts of the exhibit panels on display, copies of historical photographs, and an 1989 booklet on the history of HP. Speakers at the event included John Freidenrich, Morris Doyle, Gerhard Casper, David Packard, and William Hewlett. Edited into the video tape are two videos shown during the event: one piece on the science and engineering quad on campus and FOUNDERS OF THE FUTURE, about Hewlett and Packard and their involvement with Stanford.
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368 videocassettes: col; VHS, 1 videocassette: col; DVcam, 1 audio cassette
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Online Archive of California
Lectures from classes in the human biology program at Stanford University, 1987-1989, and one tape on "The Human Biology Program at Stanford," 2001. Lecturers include Donald Kennedy, Herant Katchadourian, H. Craig Heller, Jeffrey Wine, Sanford Dornbusch, Sandra Archibald, James Lawry, Roland Ciaranello, Robert Mnookin, Gary Jacobson, Arthur Wolf, John Rick, Frank Stockdale, Dale Kaiser, and Shirley Feldman. Topics include disease, health policy, deviance, cardiovascular system, neurochemistry, human physiology, evolution, genes and genetics, coping with stress, aging, social relations, and family dynamics.
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7 linear feet
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Online Archive of California
Audio cassettes, 1981-1988, and video tapes, 1988-1992, of speakers and class discussions. Stanford administrators and faculty who spoke include Robert Street, Ray Bacchetti, Lowell Price, William Massy, John Ford, John Schwartz, Richard Lyman, Donald Kennedy, and Albert Hastorf. Also includes office files, 1979-1984, containing memoranda, correspondence, articles, class materials, text of talks, and other records.
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0.25 linear foot
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Online Archive of California
The materials consist of lecture typescripts, notes, audiocassettes, and video recordings.
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1 linear foot
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Online Archive of California
These papers were largely collected by Marjorie Shuer and include video tapes, audio tapes, and research notes from an oral history project; and miscellaneous correspondence, questionnaires, clippings, and memorabilia. The video tapes are interviews with Joseph H. Ruetz, Athletic Director at Stanford University from 1972 to 1978, and with Rosamond Clarke Bacon and Paula Burr, both members of the class of 1930 and active in student athletics; the audio tapes include interviews with Richard Lyman, Stanford University President during the 1970s, Shirley Schoof, Sherri Posthumous, Barbara Gelpi, Myra Strober, Jing Lyman, and Iris Litt. The research notes were compiled by Jennifer Dalton, Laura Hayward, and Renee Pavelski. Subjects include the strengthening and developing of women's athletics during and after the merger of the athletic and physical education departments (1972); and student and athletic experiences of the 1930s, including the Women's Athletic Association. Both Bacon and Burr discuss taking courses with Dr. Clelia Mosher. Bacon also talks about her house on campus and the removal of faculty housing during the construction of the Law School. Other items include letters to Jon Denney, 1995, from Stanford female athletes active prior to the passage of Title IX; letters to Marjorie Shuer, 1986 and 1993; two questionnaires on Stanford sports; programs from the Block S Awards honoring women athletes at Stanford, 1995; and class papers by Jennifer Dalton, Laura Hayward, and Renee Pavelski, 1995.
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256 linear feet (182 boxes)
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Online Archive of California
The materials consist of research and teaching files, professional files and correspondence, audiovisual materials used in the classroom, professional papers and articles, and materials documenting the Stanford Prison Experiment.
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86.5 linear feet and 89,702.3 megabytes
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Online Archive of California
Collection primarily concerns his work in artificial intelligence at Stanford University and includes administrative files, correspondence, project files, trip files, proposals, reports, reprints, Artificial Intelligence Lab memos, audio tapes, video tapes, and files on computer programs, mainly DENDRAL, MOLGEN, ARPA, EPAM, and SUMEX. Also includes manuscript and published editions of his work COMPUTERS AND THOUGHT.
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circa 1,330 linear feet, .008 gigabytes
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Online Archive of California
Contains correspondence, manuscripts by Ginsberg and other writers, business records, notebooks and journals, clipping files, books, periodicals, audiotapes, videotapes, photographs, and posters. Accessions received in 1998, 1999, 2002, 2004, and 2018 totaling some 161.5 linear feet have not yet been processed.
Accession 2011-038, .25 linear foot, includes letters from Alan Ansen, Charles Bukowski, Robert Creeley, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Louis Ginsberg, John Holmes, Norman Mailer, Michael McClure, Kate Orlovsky, Kenneth Rexroth, Gary Snyder, Anne Waldman, Philip Whalen, and others. Also included is "A commonplace book," a bound manuscript notebook by Ginsberg, 1946.
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