This exhibit pulls together several oral history and interview collections within the Stanford University Archives documenting the Stanford community and associated projects. Included are projects of the Stanford Historical Society and other campus entities, as well as historical projects and contemporary themed projects.


We would like to acknowledge the many Stanford Libraries staff who have helped to make this exhibit possible, including those who support collecting, arranging, describing, and digitizing University Archives collections, and accessioning digital content to the Stanford Digital Repository so it can be preserved and made broadly accessible for teaching and research.

We especially want to thank current and former University Archives staff; our student library employees; the Preservation Department; the Metadata Department; and the various units of Digital Libraries Systems and Services that support our mission, including the Stanford Media Preservation Laboratory (SMPL), the Stanford Digital Production Group (DPG), the Born Digital Forensics Laboratory (BDFL), and the Product & Service Management team (PSM). We would also like to thank the Spotlight at Stanford Service Team for supporting online exhibits at Stanford Libraries.

Jim McRae, Fall 1965
Jim McRae, Fall 1965