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Guide to the Stanford University, Libraries, Staff Association, Records
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These records date from 1942 to 2001 and include correspondence, minutes, financial records, newsletters, surveys, and other materials.
The organization of Stanford library staff has been known by several names: SULA [Stanford University Librarians Assembly], SULSA [Stanford University Libraries Staff Association], LASU [Library Association of Stanford University], and SLSA [Stanford Libraries Staff Association]. At one time there were separate groups for professional staff and support staff, but that distinction was later dropped. In addition to addressing professional concerns and issues, the association also sponsored events and held book sales.
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