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Archive/Manuscript
4 linear feet
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
Collection pertains to the 2009 publication HISTORIC HOUSES V: SOUTHEAST SAN JUAN NEIGHBORHOOD, STANFORD UNIVERSITY and includes photocopies of documents and house plans; drafts and final versions of the text on each house; photoprints and digital images; and original artwork used in the publication.
Special Collections
Digital content
199 items
Sound recording
1.75 linear feet.
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
This collection of oral history interviews pertaining to Stanford’s history contains audio recordings and transcripts of interviews.
Special Collections
Archive/Manuscript
1.75 linear feet
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
Audio and video tapes of annual meetings and public presentations on various topics in Stanford's history, including the museum, the Western CIV program, the human biology program, Herbert Hoover and Stanford, history of heart transplantation, overseas studies, KZSU (the student radio station), history of the endowment, and the Hoover Carillon. There are also some announcements of talks and handouts given at talks.
Special Collections
Archive/Manuscript
1.5 linear feet
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
Text drafts, revisions, notes, source materials (including copies of architectural drawings for two houses), and photographs for the revised web edition of HISTORICAL HOUSES OF SAN JUAN HILL, originally published in 1995.
Special Collections
Archive/Manuscript
1 folder.
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
Correspondence, reports, minutes, and memoranda pertaining to the creation of the Stanford House State Historical Park; correspondents include Harvey Hall, Dorothy F. Regnery, John T. Doolittle, Byron Sher, and Phillip Isenberg.
Special Collections
Archive/Manuscript
4 linear feet
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
Records pertain to sponsored events, publications, Stanford historical topics, and other administrative matters and include correspondence, memoranda, minutes, financial records, articles, clippings, and membership card files.
Special Collections
Archive/Manuscript
2 linear feet
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
Research and production materials for the book, HISTORIC HOUSES III: SAN JUAN NEIGHBORHOOD, STANFORD UNIVERSITY, published by the Stanford Historical Society in 2005. Includes Byron Feig's original watercolor painting used on the cover and his original pencil drawings of each house; and copies of architectural drawings for several of the houses featured in the book.
Special Collections
Digital content
145 items
Archive/Manuscript
16 linear feet (318 audiocassettes)
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
The oral history interviews in the SOHP collection are carefully planned historical documents which we hope will serve a wide range of scholarly interests. Five additional sets of oral history interviews are listed separately: a set of interviews with members of the early Aurora newspaper collection; a set of interviews with participants in Stanford's Community Committee for International Students (CCIS); a set of interviews conducted by Joan Bromberg of the American Institute of Physics for the Laser History Project; a set of interviews with graduates of the Stanford School of Nursing; a set of interviews with Stanford-associated "Silicon Valley" scientists (a component of the Stanford and the Silicon Valley Project); and a set of interviews with family and friends of Dr. Reid Newell, professor in the School of Medicine.
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Fishman, Joshua [1997]
Fishman, Joshua
Cohen, Stanley N [1995]
Cohen, Stanley N. (Stanley Norman), 1935-
Abrams, Herbert L [1990]
Abrams, Herbert L.
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Archive/Manuscript
3 folders.
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
These materials were collected as preliminary research for an article on Stevens to be published in SANDSTONE AND TILE, the quarterly publication of the Stanford Historical Society. Included are correspondence of Stephen G. Brush, Clifford J. Choquette, and other researchers, 1977 and 1993; copy prints of photographs of Stevens, schools she attended, her tombstone, and other images; biographical articles, her obituary, and other publications about Stevens. Also includes eight slides by Choquette of photographs of Stevens, her sister Emma, their home in Mountain View, California, and other images.
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Archive/Manuscript
2 linear feet, 15 architectural drawings : photocopies.
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
Collection pertains to the 2007 publication HISTORIC HOUSES IV: EARLY RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITIES OF THE LOWER SAN JUAN DISTRICT, STANFORD UNIVERSITY and includes source materials (photocopied clippings, press releases, articles, and architectural drawings, and internet printouts), art work, and drafts of text.
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11. Minutes and agenda [1975 - ]

Journal/Periodical
v.
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Book
95 pages : illustrations, maps, portraits ; 18 cm
Engineering Library (Terman), Special Collections
Book
227, [1] p. (last p. blank) : ill. ; 28 cm.
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14. Turner, Paul Venable [2012] Online

Collection
Stanford Historical Society Oral History Program Interviews
Paul V. Turner discusses early influences on his pursuit of architecture and how he became an architectural historian instead of a practicing architect, his research in Le Corbusier, his recollections of Lorenz Eitner, Al Elsen, John LaPlante and others, the evolution from the Department of Art and Architecture to the Department of Art and Art History, the challenges and accomplishments of the architecture program, his thoughts on Stanford's campus plan, his reflections on the Hanna House and Frank Lloyd Wright, and the challenges facing campus planning as the university continues to grow and expand physically, as well as academically.

15. Hamrdla, G. Robert [2011] Online

Collection
Stanford Historical Society Oral History Program Interviews
There are two tremendously meaningful threads in G. Robert Hamrdla’s career at Stanford, beginning as a student and continuing to this day. They are: (1) Hamrdla’s overseas experience in Germany (only the second group of students to participate in the Bing Overseas Studies Program) was a transformative experience for him, leading him to an extended and extensive role in the program; (2) Hamrdla's love for students and the guidance, assistance and counseling he provided to many, many students over the years. He was the first director of the Academic Information Center and was a central force in its development. He has an insider’s view of the presidencies of Richard Lyman and Donald Kennedy.

16. Poras, Jerry I [2011] Online

Collection
Stanford Historical Society Oral History Program Interviews
This interview with Professor Jerry I. Porras is part of the Oral History Project on Racial and Ethnic Diversity. Professor Porras discussed what happened in Stanford's history to initiate and then to shape the increase in diversity at the university from the 1960s to the present. He began by recounting his youth in El Paso and continued by describing the scholastic and professional trajectory that led him to Stanford. Porras discussed both the admirable and less-than-admirable aspects of the University’s record of diversity outreach. Most of the conversation about diversity issues focused on people -- undergraduate students, graduate students, and faculty -- of Chicano and Latino descent. One idea that emerges is that the character of diversity outreach at Stanford has evolved over time. This interview offers an enlightening window on that evolution.

17. Nogales, Luis G [2010] Online

Collection
Stanford Historical Society Oral History Program Interviews
Luis G. Nogales relates his experience as a student and then a senior staff member at Stanford University from 1966 to 1972 when the university began to embrace racial and ethnic diversity. He begins by sharing his experiences growing up in a Mexican American family in San Joaquin Valley, California, and his experiences at San Diego State University. He then talks about how those experiences shaped him prior to coming to Stanford. He continues with his decision to attend Stanford Law School and the opportunities that afforded him to help recruit Mexican American students. While in law school, Nogales was active in various ways to recruit and bring together Mexican American students. After law school, he served as an Assistant to the President of Stanford University for Mexican American Affairs. He talks about his work with MASC (Mexican American Student Confederation) and MEChA (Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán). He also describes his relationships with other organizations and other ethnic groups, particularly with African American student groups, not only at Stanford, but at other universities and colleges. He also mentions issues concerning worker’s rights and race relations within the Catholic Church and the Mormon Church at that time. Finally, he describes the differences between the early days of affirmative action and diversity at Stanford from how it is in more recent years. After leaving Stanford in 1972, Nogales continued to be involved with the university in various roles, including serving on the Board of Visitors of the Law School and the Board of Visitors of the Libraries. He was the Founding Chair of the Stanford Center for Public Service and a member of the Board of Trustees. In addition to these experiences, he talks about a recent class action lawsuit against Texaco and how things changed in the country over time regarding diversity and affirmative action.

18. Vincenti, Walter G [2008] Online

Collection
Stanford Historical Society Oral History Program Interviews
Oral history of Walter G. Vincenti.
Book
139 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Special Collections
Book
201, [1] blank p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Special Collections

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