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  1. Nov 12

    Fall project updates from , Stanford Redwood City - highlighting work done by colleagues and hourly staff: Anna Levia, Brian Bethel, Lisa Cardyn, Kathleen Smith, and Paul Lowood.

  2. Nov 9

    even punk records? yes, even punk records.

  3. Oct 12

    Wishing a happy 90th birthday to Gerd Stern, M1954

  4. Sep 18

    Significant additions have been processed in the John Marcum Papers, especially material on Angola and education in South Africa:

  5. Sep 10

    New post about our Edwardian novel project - the cataloging portion is complete!

  6. Sep 7

    This title page for a science fiction story from 1802 sums it up pretty well!

  7. Sep 6

    We are looking for a part-time rare books copy cataloger. Come join our team! See the full job posting here:

  8. Aug 23

    New post from Born Digital Lab Assistant, Sandy Ortiz on BASH scripting for metadata extraction:

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    Aug 21

    Very pleased to let you know that the Papers of Gerd Stern / USCO have been processed and are now available for research . Finding aid:

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  10. Aug 17

    Our summer intern Alyssa wrote a great article about 1920s-30s Chinese immigration to the US in the Wilkinson papers after she processed them:

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    Aug 8

    Great article from our Silicon Valley Processing Assistant, Brian Bethel! "The Something Ventured Interviews & Stanford's Silicon Valley Archives"

  12. Aug 8
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    Jul 26

    Images from of four pilgrim flasks in the collection of just added to our catalog

  14. Jul 20

    This 1845 edition of Wordsworth's poems includes a fore-edge painting of James Lackington's London bookstore Temple of the Muses. It's said that a coach & four drove around the central desk on opening day, 1793.

  15. Jul 17

    This German pocket travel guide from 1786-1812 is full of useful information: maps, calendars, currency exchanges, distances between towns, etc. As an added bonus, a former owner embedded a small mirror in the front cover!

  16. Jun 15

    Voyages et aventures de Robinson Crusoé, one of the first pop-up books created with 3 cut-out sections held with a ribbon. .

  17. Jun 6

    The cover of the 1903 novel, THE MAN WHO DIED by G. B. Burgin, brings to mind the existential western, Dead Man. Another great find from the Collection of British Novels, circa 1890-1920, currently in progress!

  18. May 23

    This German Art Deco airbrush pattern book from 1925 folds out into 3-part panoramas!

  19. May 5

    "Cinco de Mayo, Spanishtown." Workers at New Almaden Mine began celebrating the Battle of Puebla in 1864

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    May 4

    New Anti-Vietnam War, Nonviolence archive open for research: Robert P. J. Cooney, Jr. papers on the Institute for the Study of Nonviolence, 1965-1987


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