Online Exhibits Notable collections showcased by Stanford librarians, archivists, and other curators
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The American Enlightenment

The American Enlightenment

Treasures from the Stanford University Libraries

This exhibition tells the story of how New World discoveries and ideas contributed to the Enlightenment and illustrates the transatlantic debates over issues of governm

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Secret Service: Old and Young King Brady, Detectives

Secret Service: Old and Young King Brady, Detectives

A Dime Novel Series

This collection of Dime Novels provides scholars the complete text of a selective sample from one of Stanford Libraries collection's series, Secret Service.

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The Bob Fitch Photography Archive

The Bob Fitch Photography Archive

Movements for Change

Movements for Change contains iconic images of the movements for civil rights and social justice by Watsonville, California photographer Bob Fitch, spanning the period

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Chinese Railroad Workers Project

Chinese Railroad Workers Project

Between 1865 and 1869, thousands of Chinese migrants toiled at a grueling pace and in perilous working conditions to help construct America’s first Transcontinental Rai

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Preventing Genocide

Preventing Genocide

Pioneers in the prevention of mass violence

Genocide need not happen ever again. This documentary explores three different genocides -- the Holocaust, the Armenian genocide, and the more recent Rwandan genocide

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"The First Hebrew City"

"The First Hebrew City"

Early Tel-Aviv through the Eyes of the Eliasaf Robinson Collection