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Digital content
1 item
Archive/Manuscript
.5 linear feet
Finding aid
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.
Special Collections
Digital content
8343 items
Archive/Manuscript
317.5 linear feet
Finding aid
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.
Special Collections
Digital content
259 items
Archive/Manuscript
.25 linear feet
Finding aid
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.
Special Collections
Digital content
695 items
Archive/Manuscript
27.25 linear feet (16 boxes)
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
Administrative records and photographs of the Dept. of Art & Art History.
Special Collections
Digital content
2749 items
Image
4 linear feet
Finding aid
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.
Special Collections
Digital content
1 item
Archive/Manuscript
1.75 linear feet
Finding aid
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.
Special Collections
Digital content
104 items
Archive/Manuscript
3 linear feet
Finding aid
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.
Special Collections
Digital content
335 items
Archive/Manuscript
21.75 linear feet
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
Papers pertain largely to his administrative duties at Stanford University and include correspondence, minutes, agenda, memoranda, and reports; subjects include the overseas studies program, the political science department, international studies, curriculum reviews, and faculty/staff housing on campus. Also of note are the minutes with indexes from the Committee on University Policy, 1959-68, and the Advisory Committee on Land and Building Development, 1951-57. Collection also includes photograph albums and slides of the Stanford overseas campuses and/or programs in Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Austria, and Japan.
Special Collections
Digital content
46 items
Archive/Manuscript
43 items
Finding aid
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.
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
2141 items
Archive/Manuscript
circa 1,330 linear feet
Finding aid
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 and 2004 totaling some 154 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.
Special Collections