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Stanford Safari in the University Archives

Stanford Safari students pose with Daniel Hartwig, University Archivist

The University Archives was pleased once again to participate in professor Bob Siegel's sophomore college class, "The Stanford Safari." Students learned about the purpose and scope of the Archives' operations and viewed select items from the University's history (yes, that's Leland Stanford's death mask).

Last taught by Bob in 2008, the Stanford Safari gives students an insiders' look into the history, culture, and physical settings that make up the Stanford experience. For more information about the Stanford Safari, check out their blog:

This year's students created this beautiful thank you, which will be added to the archives.Thank you from Stanford Safari students