For What It's Worth
- [Stanford, Calif.] Black Student Union,
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Stanford University publications and ephemera collection, 1885-2011
This intentionally assembled collection contains publications, printed matter, and ephemera documenting Stanford University. The major subject headings are history of the founders and the university; administration; faculty; academic schools; graduate schools of law, medicine, and business; libraries; interdepartmental programs; athletics; students; alumni; and special topics, including local history.
- Digital collection
- 81 digital items
- Physical collection
- 1000 linear feet
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- Online Archive of California
- Student publication.
- Stanford University.
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