Digital content
1 item
Archive/Manuscript
.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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Digital content
8343 items
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
4 linear feet
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Online Archive of California
Correspondence, essays, poems, exhibition flyers, published material about Aguilar's work, three videos of works in progress, and 84 black and white photographic prints (both work prints and exhibition prints).
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Digital content
259 items
Archive/Manuscript
.25 linear feet
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Online Archive of California
Photographs, lists, memoranda, affidavits, and miscellaneous notes pertaining to participants in campus demonstrations during the spring of 1970; these records were possibly assembled to provide evidence for legal action against the participants by the University.
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Archive/Manuscript
36 linear feet.
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Online Archive of California
Manuscripts, correspondence, art work, audio and video recordings, slides, photographic prints, works by others, publications.
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Archive/Manuscript
30.5 linear feet
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Online Archive of California
The CASA collection consists of correspondence, reports, minutes, agendas, notes, press releases, audiotapes, photographs and ephemera documenting the history of CASA, a grass roots social and legal services agency and Marxist-Leninist political organization.
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Digital content
695 items
Archive/Manuscript
27.25 linear feet (16 boxes)
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Online Archive of California
Administrative records and photographs of the Dept. of Art & Art History.
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Digital content
2749 items
Image
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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Digital content
1 item
Archive/Manuscript
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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Digital content
104 items
Archive/Manuscript
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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Archive/Manuscript
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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Digital content
963 items
Image
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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Archive/Manuscript
circa 592 linear feet
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Online Archive of California
Artifacts (including audio and video recording devices, recordings, and memorabilia) formerly comprising the Ampex Museum collection; approximately 25,000 photographs (including negatives and prints) and related indexes; documents in hard copy or microfilm form (including manuals, memos, sales materials, public relations materials, articles, drawings, engineering notes, specifications, and manuscripts); and other miscellaneous material relating to the history of the Ampex Corporation and the recording industry.
Accession 2015-044 is an Emmy statuette awarded to Charles E. Anderson for the 'invention of the videotape in 1956.
Accession 2016-098 includes photographs, slides, audio and video, employee scrapbooks, memos, legal documents, other print material, some machine parts and ephemera.
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Digital content
2638 items
Archive/Manuscript
88,000 images (26 linear feet)
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Online Archive of California
Part 1. Working files of photographs by Ginsberg, approximately 78,000 images. The working files are all of the negatives and contact sheets of photographs taken by Allen Ginsberg from 1943-1997. There is a total of approximately 2,625 rolls of film. Many of the contact sheets have Ginsberg's handwritten identifications on the back. In addition there are some duplicates of contact sheets from earlier printings, which have additional handwritten notes by Ginsberg.
Part 2. Exhibition prints by Ginsberg, approximately 2,400 images.
Part 3. Vintage snapshots, the "drugstore" prints taken by Ginsberg from 1944-1968. Many have hand-written notes by Ginsberg on the back of the photo. There are approximately 900 images.
Part 4. Photos of Ginsberg as subject, approximately 10,000 images. This part contains photographs taken of Ginsberg and his friends by other people. Also included is a large collection of Ginsberg family photos originally belonging to Allen Ginsberg and/or his parents.
Accession 2001-073 (1.5 manuscript boxes) are photocopies of the collection for reference use.
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Archive/Manuscript
33.75 linear feet (33 boxes)
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Online Archive of California
Vucinich's papers were received in four accessions. The first accession consists primarily of typescript drafts of Vucinich's research, largely on the history of Yugoslavia and of Serbs in California. Reprints of some of Vucinich's shorter works (1946-1995) are included. Of note are 5 questionnaires completed by Yugoslavs in California about their life in the old country and in the United States, 1977 and undated. The second accession has two parts. Part 1 consists of typescript drafts of his research, with some source materials, on Bileca Rudine, Bosnia and Hercegovina, and the Bulgarian resistance during World War II, and includes Vucinich's correspondence during his time in the OSS, 1943-1944. Part 2 pertains to the Joint Stanford-Yugoslav Trebisnjica Archeological Project (1967-69) and includes reports, sketches, maps, and photographs. The third anf fourth accessions include biographical and career documents; further research and writing files on Bileca Rudine, Bosnia and Hercegovina, and the Bulgarian resistance during World War II; and additional sketches, maps, and photographs from the Stanford-Yugoslav Trebisnjica Archeological Project. Also included is an audio recording of a 1966 roundtable discussion on the collapse of Austria-Hungary.
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1213 items
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46.5 linear feet, 65 volumes, 374 sheets., 7 sheets., 500 items., 1 item.
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Online Archive of California
Correspondence, blueprints, drawings, photographs, and other records relating to the planning, design and construction of the campus home of Professor and Mrs. Paul R. Hanna. The collection focuses on the Hanna's work with architect Frank Lloyd Wright extending from the initial planning of the house through later renovations. Also included is a plaster star burst medallion, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, from the proscenium arch of the Louis Sullivan designed Garrick Theater in the Schiller Building (1892) in Chicago.
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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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Digital content
147 items
Archive/Manuscript
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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Digital content
16406 items
Image
40 linear feet
Finding aid
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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Archive/Manuscript
1 album (61 prints)
Included are some 23 prints of the Hoopa Valley Indian Reservation, the village of Writchpec, and its people. There are 5 prints of the White Deerskin Dance. There are 10 prints of the Siskiyou Indians and their village of Cah-te-Main. Some people are identified by name, Kah-hah (Hoopa), Tommy Bob (Klamath River Indian), and Phoebe (Cah-te-Main). Finally, there are 24 prints of artifacts, with good descriptions of materials. Only two prints do not pertain to the native peoples; one the cutting of a coast redwood, and the other of Stephen H. Meek.
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