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Sound recording
67.1 megabytes
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Online Archive of California
The purpose of the project is to document the experiences, background, and life trajectories of participants in “the Movement,” the term used by group leaders to describe a diverse collection of activists that coalesced at and around Stanford University from about 1963 to 1973, especially although not exclusively in opposition to the Vietnam War. Project organizers aim to further document the Movement’s political objectives and activities and its social and cultural milieu; to illuminate the interconnections between various activist groups and issues; and to share lessons learned with new generations of activists. They also hope to record the impact of the events of that time on participants’ personal identities, careers, and ongoing political involvement as well as their impact on Stanford and the surrounding community. The project steering committee is comprised of: Janet Cooper Alexander, Margie Cohn, Art Eisenson, Jeanne Friedman, David Pugh, Merle Rabine, Dave Ransom, Lenny Siegel, and Marc Weiss. Merle Rabine serves as project coordinator. Support for this and other Stanford Community History Toolkit projects was provided by the Stanford Associates, the Stanford University Archives, and the Stanford Historical Society.
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"[This site] explores the dynamic social change that came between 1850 and 1900 with the growth of railroads, telegraphs, steam ships and other technologies. It concentrates on the railroad network, and explores how the railroad's expansion and development brought profound economic, social, and political changes."
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Video
.25 linear feet (4 videotapes)
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Online Archive of California
The materials consist of videorecordings of lectures on McCarthyism by Marge Frantz. Lectures were part of anthropology class taught by Dr. S. Lochlann Jain.
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Archive/Manuscript
2 linear ft. (59 videotapes)
In 2002, to celebrate the acquisition of the Fuller archive, the Stanford University Libraries and the Stanford Humanities Laboratory launched a series of Conversations on R. Buckminster Fuller, alias "Bucky," inventor of the Dymaxion car, the Dymaxion Dwelling Unit, and the geodesic dome, author of Utopia or Oblivion, 4D Timelock, Synergetics, Tetrascroll and Critical Path. The series consists of filmed interviews with Fuller's key collaborators, interlocutors and contemporaries, and is designed to enhance critical understanding of this enigmatic polymath.
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A largely digital resource designed to promote greater geographic awareness through the development and delivery of products that provide easy to use, map-like views of our natural and socio-cultural landscapes.
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Journal/Periodical
CD-ROMs ; 4 3/4 in. + user's guides (12 x 12 cm.), inserted in containers.
A set of national geographic databases of transportation facilities which include geospatial information for transportation modal networks and intermodal terminals, and related attribute information.
Green Library, Earth Sciences Library (Branner)
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Archive/Manuscript
4 linear feet
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Online Archive of California
Videotaped interviews with over 40 artists, critics, historians, and curators for the film Women Art Revolution, documenting the development of the Feminist Art Movement from the 1970s through 2013.
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Archive/Manuscript
317.5 linear feet
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Online Archive of California
Contains photographic materials, including prints, contact sheets, negatives and slides, relating to Menuez's documentation of major Silicon Valley companies, as well as to fine art book projects, photo essays and photo shoots for advertising campaigns, annual reports and other commissioned work.
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Archive/Manuscript
545.5 linear feet
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Online Archive of California
Materials processed under an NHPRC grant between Oct. 2011 and Sept. 2012 (371. 25 linear feet) consist of 443 manuscript boxes, 136 record storage boxes, 7 flat boxes, 3 card boxes, 20 map folders, and 10 rolls. The records are comprised of: behavioral risk assessment surveys; social marketing campaign materials, including HIV/AIDS prevention posters and flyers; community outreach and workshop materials; volunteer training materials; correspondence; grant proposals; fund development materials; administrative records; photographs; posters; audio and video recordings; and computer files and born-digital materials. Materials from accession 2014-022 were processed in 2014-2015 and consist of records, outreach material, posters, banners, and other material.
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Archive/Manuscript
1 linear foot
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Online Archive of California
Collection includes images of historic feminist protests and leaders, images of the 1970s women's movement, images of women in non-traditional jobs, Black women leaders, images pertaining to changing sex roles, and a series on women of the American Revolution. Groups and/or publishers represented include Women's Equity Action League, Sex Desegregation Assistance Center of the Southwest (Texas), Documentary Photo Aids, and the U. S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Collection also includes a set of 8 photographs and a poster of men in the nurturing role published by the Women's Action Alliance (New York).
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Journal/Periodical
v. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Green Library
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Archive/Manuscript
61.75 linear feet
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Online Archive of California
Collection consists of the records of the Queer Student Resources and its predecessors GLAS (Gay and Lesbian Alliance at Stanford) and the Gay People's Union. Included are correspondence, memoranda, office files, reference files on service organizations in Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties, log books, notebooks, questionnaires, tape recordings, videos, photographs, posters, and ephemera pertaining to the gay, lesbian, and transgender community at Stanford and the surrounding communities. Collection also includes the records of the Gay Community of Concern, 1974-1976, a local community group; records from the Women's Collective, 1974-85; and some materials concerning the Palo Alto School Board anti-discrimination policy, 1975. Tape recordings include "Gay Life Styles, " 1975, and Leonard Matlovich speaking at Stanford, 1975.
Issues of "Vector" magazine have been removed and individually cataloged as part of the Stanford University Libraries Special Collections' rare books and manuscripts collections, call number HQ75 .V43.
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Archive/Manuscript
9.5 linear feet (7 boxes)
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Online Archive of California
Collection consists of Strober's professional files, teaching materials, writing files, and audiovisual materials. Also included are 10,890 megabytes of Strober’s digital files.
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Archive/Manuscript
636.4 linear feet (6600 audiovisual elements, 66 feet manuscripts)
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Online Archive of California
570 linear feet of media (circa 6600 quarter-inch audio tapes, DATs, cassettes, minidiscs, and CDs) and 66 linear feet of archival records, including organizational files, resource files, press/promotional and mailings, photographs and slides, NEW DIMENSIONS JOURNAL and NEWSLETTER, and business records. The tapes hold approximately 7000 hours of audio and video recordings.
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Archive/Manuscript
232 audiocassettes; 38 7" open reel tapes (12 boxes)
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Online Archive of California
The Women's International League for Peace and Freedom Collection consists of 232 audiocassettes housed in 7 boxes and 38 7" open reel tapes housed in 2 boxes. The collection also contains supplemental print and manuscript materials housed in 4 boxes. The oral history interviews that comprise the core of this collection were recorded between roughly 1979 and 1989. Some of the 7" open reel tapes contain recordings of the 1967 National Conference at Asilomar. The print and manuscript material have varied date ranges. The interviews are the product of the Women's Peace Oral History project, which began in 1979. As the director of the Women's Peace Oral History project, Judith Porter Adams was instrumental to the creation of these interviews, as well as their collection and arrangement at the Archive of Recorded Sound. Adams' book, "Peacework: Oral Histories of Women Peace Activists," is also a part of the collection. The interviewees are prominent members of WILPF and Women Strike for Peace, with very few exceptions (for example, Linus Pauling and Alice Cox's mother, Helen Perrin). Older women were frequently chosen by the project because of their years of experience; many of these women are now deceased. Interviewees discuss their involvement in the peace movement and peace activities, as well as their personal histories. Transcripts of some of the interviews are included with the paper materials.
Archive of Recorded Sound
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Archive/Manuscript
83 linear feet and circa 4300 gigabytes
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Online Archive of California
Special Collections