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7 linear feet (6 boxes, 2 half boxes, 1 flat box, 1 map folder) and 7.2 terabytes of data
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Online Archive of California
Materials consist of physical and digital files related to Amos Gitai's films, including Promised Land, Free Zone, Disengagement, One Day You'll Understand, News from Home, and Tsili.
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5 audio cassettes
Audio cassettes containing recorded interviews with Olga Ritso Kistler and Aadu Ritso.
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20 linear feet and 2.5 terabytes
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Online Archive of California
Papers and materials related to the work and life of Robert W. Taylor. Topics covered include ARPA and the birth of Arpanet; Xerox PARC, particularly Computer the Science Laboratory and the Systems Science Laboratory; and Digital Equipment Corporation's Systems Research Center. The collection also includes a hard drive with 2.5 terabytes of digitized photos, video and audio. Also approximately 100 cds of photos, 2 film reels, 15 video cassettes, and 2500 photos/negs/slides.
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2 boxes (58 prints) and 5 linear feet (98 prints)
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Online Archive of California
156 prints by American photographer Arthur Tress. Most of the prints are on double weight gelatin silver paper and are dry mounted on board.
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31 photographs
Materials consist of 19 panoramic photos, 4 11x14 hand colored photos, 1 hand colored photo on canvas, 6 enlarged photos, and 1 real photo postcard. Primarily portraits and group photographs of Chinese Americans in San Francisco.
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10 prints (7 lithographs and 3 photographic reproductions)
Original lithographs and photographic reproductions of lithographs of various places in California.
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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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approximately 2200 interviews
Digital copies of videotaped oral history interviews with Latvians and other nationalities living in Latvia who lived under or fled from the Soviet and/or German occupations in Latvia; or migrated as a result of acts committed by these regimes. The interviews focus on the interwar Latvia and World War II events in the region, the interviewees' escape from the country during the war, and their life in German DP camps and the Western countries (including the United States).
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3.1 linear feet (2 flat boxes and 2 manuscript boxes)
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Online Archive of California
The materials consist of cartoons related to cars and technology. The car-related material includes "Nigel Shiftright" cartoons and other cartoons done for Road and Track magazine, both in black and white and in color. The technology-related material includes black-and-white cartoons with annotations, editorials, color cartoons, artwork, reprints and tear sheets, and select issues of publications in which various cartoons appear. Includes both physical cartoons and digital surrogates; some digital surrogates on disk.
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131.9 gigabytes
Digital surrogates of the original notebooks held by the Computer History Museum. Gordon Moore kept notes on projects at Fairchild Semiconductor in these notebooks.
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Book
1 online resource (text files). Digital: text file.

12. Jenny Lind [1846 ... 1848]

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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.
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10 linear feet (12 flat boxes of 422 audiocassettes)
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Online Archive of California
Audio recordings of lectures and workshops hosted by the Film Arts Foundation in the 1990s, including many sessions from the International Film Financing Conference (IFFCON). Participants include Les Blank, Errol Morris, Caveh Zahedi, Millard Kaufman, Denise Bostrom, Hiro Narita, Debra Chasnoff, Brodsky & Treadway, and Kenn Rabin.
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34 items (12 reformatted digital and 22 born digital)
Oral history interviews with members of the Estonian diaspora who have lived under or fled from the Soviet and/or German occupation in Estonia; or migrated as a result of acts committed by these regimes. The interviews focus on the interwar Estonia and World War II events in the region, the interviewees' escape from the country during the war, and their life in German DP camps and the Western countries (United States, Sweden, Australia). Interviewees also reflect on what it means to be an Estonian, their ties with Estonia, national identity and all else concerned with Estonia. Subjects covered include Estonia, Estonian history, Baltic history, interwar Estonia, World War II (1939-1945), Soviet occupation, Nazi occupation, Soviet Army, crimes against humanity, refugees, DP camps, and the Estonian diaspora.
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315.2 linear feet, .002 GB (712 manuscript boxes, 3 card boxes, 11 flat boxes, 8 record cartons, and 17 map folders)
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Online Archive of California
The William Hewlett papers consists of correspondence, photographs, financial records, reports, minutes, calendars, hardware, electronic files, videotapes, newspaper clippings, publications, and other materials. The collection documents some parts of Hewlett’s personal and professional life, as well as his finances, philanthropy, and engagement with scientific, cultural, international, business, and civic organizations.
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42 linear feet
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Online Archive of California
Collection of approximately 3966 underground comics (or comix), most in regular or magazine size, with a few oversize, tabloids, minicomics, and digest sized issues. Represented in the collection are thousands of authors. Roughly two-thirds of the collection are single issues of titles, with the other third made up of multi-issue series. Topics reflected in the collection include politics, sexuality, hippies, classical themes such as fantasy or science fiction, and factual topics like biography or history.
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1 linear foot
Includes posters and postcards from 1936 and 1937 related to the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939).
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Music score
1 linear ft. (2 boxes), 208 scores
A collection of 208 scores of popular sheet music either about California, or with a California publication imprint. Includes items published as musical supplements in the Sunday San Francisco Examiner and the Oakland Herald.
Archive of Recorded Sound
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Book
6 boxes.
Includes slides, audio cassettes, transcripts and other materials that related to Michael Baker's visit to China in 1973.
East Asia Library
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230 linear feet: 278 containers (206 boxes, 36 flat boxes, 22 map folders, 7 cartons, 4 card boxes, 1 tube)
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Online Archive of California
The papers of Japanese American artist and educator Ruth Asawa document her art and commissions as well her involvement in arts education, civic art, and art administration. The collection contains correspondence, notes, memoranda, portfolios, exhibition notices and other publicity, articles and publications, design sketches and plans, photographs, and audiovisual media.
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