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Processing born-digital materials in the STOP AIDS Project records: finishing up

About a month ago the processing team in Special Collections came to the end of our time on the NHPRC STOP AIDS Project processing grant. This post discusses how we processed the born-digital files we imaged from floppy disks, CDs, and zip disks.

Archives of experimental filmmaker Bruce Baillie now in Stanford University Libraries

Cynthia Haven's story in the September 12 issue of The Dish reports that Stanford University Libraries has acquired the archives of BRUCE BAILLIE, a major figure in the development of counter-cultural filmmaking in the San Francisco Bay Area.


Glen McLaughlin California as an Island maps come to Stanford

Branner Earth Sciences Library & Map Collections is pleased to announce the acquisition of the Glen McLaughlin Map Collection, the largest privately held collection of maps showing California as an island. The collection has been scanned and will be available through Searchworks and the collections pages. Take a look at the following links to find out more about this impressive collection.


New Collections Added to Stanford Digital Repository in June, 2012

In June, approximately 68,000 images representing nearly 300 items across several collections were accessioned to the Stanford Digital Repository (SDR). The items include:
* Archives Parlementaires (81 books, 64,800 pages)
* Classic Papyrii (44 fragments, 88 images)
* Stanford Oral History Project (140 interviews, 2110 files)
* Special Collections Materials (18 photo collections, 900 images)


76 Recording Collections Now Available at Archive of Recorded Sound

Seventy-six important recording collections are now available for use by researchers, students, and the visiting public at Stanford's Archive of Recorded Sound. The archive has completed its processing of collections under the sponsorship of the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC), a division of the National Archives.


Ira Nowinski Photographs of the Stanford Powwow Now Available Via Stanford Digital Repository

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Stanford Alpine Club Oral History Interviews Now Streaming Online

The University Archives is pleased to announce that more than 25 audio recordings conducted as part of the Stanford Alpine Club Oral History Interviews are now streaming online: http://www.oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/kt1199r6fn.


Profiles of Stanford Faculty and Staff Now Streaming Online

The University Archives is pleased to announce that interviews conducted for the Profiles of Stanford Faculty and Staff collection are now streaming online: http://www.oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/kt9g5041wm.

Included are more than 40 audio recordings done by Donald Stokes for the Campus Report featuring faculty such as Al Bandura, Gordon Bower, Gordon Graig, John Perry, Sandor Salgo, Gordon Wright, and Sylvia Wynter.


Stuart W. Leslie Oral histories on the Cold War and American Science Now Streaming Online

The University Archives is pleased to announce that the Stuart W. Leslie Oral histories on the Cold War and American Science are now streaming online: http://www.oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/kt8v19s3k4.


Stanford Historical Society Oral History Project Now Streaming Online

The University Archives is pleased to announce that more than one hundred interviews from the Stanford Historical Society's Oral History Project (1999- ) are now streaming online: http://www.oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/kt9v19s1vm.


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