University Archives

Stanford Vintage: On View Now at the Frances C. Arrillaga Alumni Center

Stanford University Print Collection
Pure Grape Brandy Senator Leland Stanford's Vina Distillery P253, circa 1890

Stanford Vintage: A Look at the Stanford Wineries

Leland Stanford: American industrialist, politician, university founder, and vintner. The Stanford's owned wineries in Tehama County, Alameda County, and produced wines on their stock farm in Palo Alto.

Records of the Stanford University LGBT Community Resources Center now available for research

Out on the Farm Queer Winter Ball

Stanford University Libraries Department of Special Collections and University Archives is pleased to announce a new up to date guide to the LGBT Community Resources Center and its predecessors, the Gay People's Union (GPU), and the Gay and Lesbian Alliance at Stanford (GLAS).

Included are correspondence, memoranda, office files, reference files on service organizations in Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties, notebooks, audiovisual materials, photographs, posters, and ephemera pertaining to the gay, lesbian, and transgender community at Stanford and the surrounding communities.

Call number: SC0252

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Streaming Audio

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Rose Bowl Archives

SC0367_96-062_b3_f11_i005.jpg In honor of Stanford's 13th trip to the Rose Bowl we would like to highlight some of the historic Rose Bowl materials in our collections now available online:

Programs (1902-2000)
Photos (1902-1972)

700 Images Added to Stanford Digital Repository

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Founders' Day Exhibit & HistoryPin Walking Tour

photo_0.JPGThe University Archives is proud to present an exhibit of Stanford family materials and founding documents in conjunction with this year's Founders' Day celebration to be held at the Cantor Arts Center. The exhibit, in the Cantor auditorium, will feature dozens of unique items from Stanford's early days, including a handwritten copy of the Founding Grant, Jane Stanford's opening day speech (not delivered), and a photograph album of the Stanford residence done by Eadweard Muybridge.

New University Archives Subject Guides

If you’ve visited the main Stanford University Libraries web site in the past month, you’ve probably noticed some major changes. An entirely new site based on the Drupal content management platform launched at the end of August.

Muybridge's Attitudes of animals in motion (1881) Available via the Stanford Digital Repository

qd999gm5772_00_0035_full.jpg.jpg The University Archives, Conservation Department, Digital Production Group, and Digital Library Systems and Services are happy to announce the completion of a project to conserve and digitize Eadweard Muybride's "The attitudes of animals in motion: a series of photographs illustrating the consecutive positions assumed by animals in performing various movements; executed at Palo Alto, California, in 1878 and 1879" (1881).

University Archives Images now in SALLIE

sallie-logo-black (1).png The University Archives has loaded four of its image collections into SALLIE, the Stanford All-Image Exchange. We are in the process of loading the remainder of our collections, including the Stanford Historical Photograph Collection.

Apports in the Archives

"What's the strangest thing in the archives?" As an archivist, I get that question a lot. My answer is always the same: the Thomas Welton Stanford apports, which are a part of the Stanford University Objects Collection in the University Archives.

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