Spotlight at Stanford Digital showcases for research and teaching

"The First Hebrew City"

"The First Hebrew City"

Early Tel Aviv through the Eyes of the Eliasaf Robinson Collection

The Jewish settlement that became the city of Tel Aviv was established in 1909. Almost everything in this collection dates from before 1948, the year that the State of

The Stanford Family

The Stanford Family

Exhibit documenting the Stanford family, including materials created by Leland, Jane, and Leland, Jr., as well as Charles Lathrop and Thomas Welton Stanford.

Barry L. Ruderman Conference on Cartography Exhibits

Barry L. Ruderman Conference on Cartography Exhibits

Maps and atlases curated by the conference speakers on exhibit at the David Rumsey Map Center

The Barry Lawrence Ruderman Conference on Cartography occurs every other year, beginning in 2017. The conference speakers curate a physical exhibit on view at the

Medieval Collections at Stanford

Medieval Collections at Stanford

Resources for Research and Teaching

This Spotlight Exhibition features objects and manuscripts in Stanford Collections that illuminate the history and culture of the medieval world, especially in Europe

The Burke Collection of Early Italian Miniatures

The Burke Collection of Early Italian Miniatures

A selection of objects from the Burke Collection exhibit in the Field Room, Green Library

Barry Lawrence Ruderman Map Collection

Barry Lawrence Ruderman Map Collection

A growing collection of digital scans from the late 1400s to the 1950s.

Stanford Photos

Stanford Photos

Photograph collections in the University Archives documenting Stanford.

Queer @ Stanford

Queer @ Stanford

Exhibit documenting the history of queer students at Stanford.

R. Buckminster Fuller Collection

R. Buckminster Fuller Collection

Architect, Systems Theorist, Designer, and Inventor

The R. Buckminster Fuller Collection contains over 1,400 linear feet of personal and professional papers, manuscripts, drawings, blueprints, audio and video recordings,

Activism @ Stanford

Activism @ Stanford

Photographs, audiovisual materials, posters, and ephemera documenting activism at Stanford.

Stanford in the News

Stanford in the News

Photographs, audio and video recordings, and newspapers created by the Stanford News Service.

Project South

Project South

This collection contains transcribed meetings and interviews with Civil Rights workers in the South recorded by several Stanford students affiliated with the campus

Matt Kahn Papers

Matt Kahn Papers

Exhibit documenting the life and career of Matt Kahn, Professor of Art at Stanford. Exhibit materials include professional files, teaching files (including lectures),

Hume Center for Writing & Speaking

Hume Center for Writing & Speaking

Stanford University

A digital archive created on 15th Anniversary of the Hume Center for Writing and Speaking to preserve the history of the Center.

Copyright Renewals

Copyright Renewals

A searchable index of the copyright renewal records for books published in the US between 1923 and 1963.

The Monterey Jazz Festival Collection

The Monterey Jazz Festival Collection

Archive of the world's longest running jazz festival

This site provides historical information about the Monterey Jazz Festival, one of the premiere jazz institutions in the world, and information about the recordings

Joint Committee on Atomic Energy

Joint Committee on Atomic Energy

The Joint Committee on Atomic Energy was established by the Atomic Energy Act of 1946 and existed from 1946 to 1977. It was created to "make continuing studies of the

Collecting in Life and Death

Collecting in Life and Death

The Curatorial Legacy of Leland Stanford Jr.

Leland Stanford Jr., only son of Governor and railroad tycoon Leland Stanford Sr. and heiress Jane Lathrop Stanford, died suddenly in 1884, just shy of his 16th