Stanford Archives


The Stanford University Archives collects, preserves, and makes available the historical records of the University and of Stanford community members.

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    Sep 5

    Spotlight at Stanford: Microsite Launched. Spotlight showcases content in easy-to-produce exhibits.

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    Aug 11

    Extra hands in the lab!🖐Daniel Levy, MLIS intern at , helps with a digitization project on Early Printed Leaves for

  3. Sep 5
    Gay People's Union conference and Gay Pride Week 1974
  4. Sep 1
  5. Sep 1
    Original Stanford Colors. In the fall of 1891 the student body adopted gold as its official color. In the spring of 1892, after the first Stanford-Cal football game, the student body reversed the decision and adopted cardinal (red).
  6. Sep 1
    GSB Dean Ernest Arbuckle with his wife Katherine "Kitty" Arbuckle, holding a German Shepherd
    Canine Artist
    Wally Sterling and family
    Mrs. (Elizabeth) Jing Lyman with sons Timothy, left and (Christopher) Cricket Lyman, right, and the family cat and dog.
  7. Aug 31

    Map documenting construction two years after 1906 Earthquake

  8. Aug 31

    documenting construction 2 years after 1906 Earthquake – at Cecil H Green Library

  9. Aug 30

    Relief passes and ephemera of community helping during aftermath of 1906 Earthquake

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    Aug 28
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    Aug 26

    It's game day in Sydney! RT if you're awake and can't wait for kickoff.

    Gameday · Keller Chryst
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    Happy birthday Jane! She would have been 189. Read her undelivered speech for ’s opening day:

  13. Aug 25
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  15. Aug 23

    Gone but not forgotten. Listen to the voice of , Bob Murphy, interview sports legends:

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    We mourn the loss of Stanford icon Bob Murphy, who poured his heart into The Farm across seven decades.

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    “Since the world didn’t end, I must be off to class.”—Elaine Lavis, ’63, after 1962 Solar (via /)

  18. Aug 21

    Vivek Lam " 's Graffiti: An Analysis of " (2017) from Gabriella Safran's class

  19. Aug 21
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