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Guide to the Stanford in Washington Records
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Records pertain to the origins of the program and its physical home in Washington, D.C., and include correspondence, memoranda, proposals, clippings, and brochures. Correspondents include Donald Kennedy, Robin Hamill [Kennedy], Peter Sylvester, Charles E. Ludlam, and Catherine Milton.
Established in 1988, Stanford in Washington offers undergraduates advanced work in their field of study and public service internships in Washington, D.C.
0.25 Linear feet
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This collection is open for research.