Records include correspondence, minutes, proposals, publications, publicity, photographs, research materials on centennial
celebrations at other universities, videotapes, and other materials.
Stanford University began its centennial celebrations in 1985, the centennial of the Founding Grant, and continued through
1991, the centennial of the university's opening day. Highlights included the Cornerstone Weekend in 1987 with classes, panels,
and addresses by George P. Shultz, Bernardo Sepulveda Amor of Mexico, and Joe Clark of Canada; a visit from Mikhail Gorbachev;
and a weekend finale in 1991 featuring roundtables with Stanford faculty and national figures such as George Shultz, Ted Koppel,
Bill Clinton, Milton Friedman, Peter Sellars, and Jack Valenti, and a stadium spectacular with performances by Whoopi Goldberg,
Bobby McFerrin, Hiroshima, Joan Baez, and others.
36.5 Linear feet (73 boxes)
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