Digital Collections at Stanford
Welcome to collections.stanford.edu. This site provides access to digital collections produced by the Stanford
University Libraries and Academic Information Resources. By clicking on one of the links below, you will be
able to browse or search within these collections. Check back frequently for the addition of new collections.
Digital collections currently available include :
California Legislative Journal Appendixes
This site currently provides online access to the Journal Appendixes for the 6th through 30th Sessions
Copyright Renewal Database
This database makes searchable the copyright renewal records received by the US Copyright Office between
1950 and 1993 for books published in the US between 1923 and 1963.
Corporation of Foreign Bondholders (U.K.) and Foreign Bondholders Protective Council (U.S.)
This collection includes annual reports of the British Corporation of Foreign Bondholders (CFB) published
between 1873 and 1988 and the United States Foreign Bondholders Protective Council (FBPC) published between
1934 and 1967.
Dime Novels Full Text
This online collection provides scholars the complete text of a small, but selective, sample from Stanford's
Dime Novel and Story Paper Collection series, Secret Service.
Documents to the People
This online archive contains all issues of DttP: Documents to the People journal from 1972 through
2002 (volumes 1-30), published indexes and related resources.
Douglas Menuez Photography Collection
The Douglas Menuez Photography Collection contains a sample of images from the complete archive of
award-winning documentary photographer DouglasMenuez. You can browse and search images using the Luna Insight
image collection software.
The Eliasaf Robinson Tel Aviv Collection
The publication of the Eliasaf Robinson Tel Aviv Collection celebrates the hundredth anniversary of the
founding of Tel Aviv. This site is both a virtual exhibit and digital collection of documents about the
early history of "The First Hebrew City."
GATT Digital Library
This site provides access to documents and information of and about the General Agreement on Tariffs and
Trade (GATT), an organization that promoted international commerce and the reduction of trade barriers
among member states from 1947–1994.
Historical Encyclopedias of the Social Sciences
This site provides online access to digitized versions of two historical encyclopedias of the social
sciences - the International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, edited by David L. Sills, of 1968 and the
Encyclopaedia of the Social Sciences, edited by Edwin R.A. Seligman, of 1930–1935.
History of Artificial Intelligence
Sound recordings and moving images selected from Stanford's collections as historical documents of the
development of the field of Artificial Intelligence are presented in streaming audio and video.
This site provides access to browse and search image collections owned by the Stanford University Libraries.
Check back frequently for the addition of new collections.
Immigration Commission Report and Report on Women and Child Wage Earners
Two ground-breaking reports in the United States Serial Set covering fin de siècle and Progressive Era
public policy issues: immigration and women and children's labor.
Joint Committee on Atomic Energy
This site houses the collection of published committee proceedings and prints of the Joint Committee on
Atomic Energy that was established by the Atomic Energy Act of 1946, and existed from 1946 to 1977.
Medieval and Modern Thought Text Digitization Project
This collection includes reference works, source collections, and primary and secondary books in the broad
area of medieval and modern thought.
The Monterey Jazz Festival Collection
The site features a detailed database describing over fifty years of musical performances, artist interviews
and other events documented in the Monterey Jazz Festival archive -- over 1,000 hours of audio and video
content -- preserved and accessible at the Archive of Recorded Sound.
The Preventing Genocide collection contains the final documentary produced by David Hamburg and his son Eric,
as well as twenty-nine videotaped interviews with world leaders in the prevention of mass violence, which
were used as source material for the film.
R. Buckminster Fuller Collection
This collection contains digitally reformatted audio-visual materials relating to R. Buckminster Fuller's
multifaceted career as an architect, mathematician, inventor and social critic.
Stanford Geological Survey Collection
The Stanford Geological Survey Collection contains thousands of maps and hundreds of notebooks spanning
the 100-year life of the Survey. You can browse and search the Stanford Geological Survey Collection via
the Luna Insight image collection software.
Stanford Historical Photograph Collection
The Stanford Historical Photograph Collection contains more than 16,000 images documenting Stanford
University and its founders. You can browse and search the Stanford Historical Photograph Collection via
the Luna Insight image collection software.
Stanford University Publications
This site provides online access to selected catalogs and administrative publications of Stanford
University published between 1891 and 2001.
SULAIR Books in the Public Domain
This site provides online access to a limited number of books from our collections published before
1923 and thus in the public domain.
This collection assembles French eighteenth-century works on mythology, alchemy, religion, and science.
Rather than reject Enlightenment ideas and paradigms, however, they embrace them, inspiring us to view
them through the conceptual lens of "the Super-Enlightenment."
Survey of Race Relations
This site provides access to digital copies of all items in the Survey of Race Relations collection held at
the Hoover Institution Archives at Stanford University. The survey contains documents and papers related
to an investigation conducted in the early 1920's of economic, religious, educational, civic, biological,
and social conditions among Chinese, Japanese, and other non-European residents of the Pacific Coast of the
United States and Canada.
!Women Art Revolution
The !W.A.R. collection features video interviews with major figures in the
feminist art movement from the 1970s to today, representing a significant
archival resource for researchers in women's studies, art history, and