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Stanford Historical Society Oral History Program Interviews
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  • Language of Material: English
    Contributing Institution: Department of Special Collections and University Archives
    Title: Stanford Historical Society oral history program interviews
    creator: Stanford Historical Society
    Identifier/Call Number: SC0932
    Physical Description: 16793.6 megabyte(s)
    Date (inclusive): 1999-2018

    Information about Access

    The materials are open for research use.

    Ownership & Copyright

    All requests to reproduce, publish, quote from, or otherwise use collection materials must be submitted to Special Collections and University Archives at speccollref@stanford.edu.

    Cite As

    Stanford Historical Society Oral History Program Interviews (SC0932). Department of Special Collections, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.

    Scope and Contents note

    The Stanford Historical Society's Oral History Program explores the institutional history of the University, with an emphasis on the transformative post-WWII period, through interviews with leading faculty, staff, alumni, trustees, and others. The project furthers the Society's mission "to foster and support the documentation, study, publication, and preservation of the history of the Leland Stanford Junior University."
    Like any primary source material, oral history is not intended to present the final, verified, or complete narrative of events. It is a unique, reflective, spoken account, offered by the interviewee in response to questioning, and as such it may be deeply personal. By capturing the flavor of incidents, events, and personalities, the oral history approach provides details and viewpoints that are not often found in traditional records.
    Transcripts in this collection are lightly edited by program staff and by Interviewees to correct grammar and occasional inaccuracies. Audio, however, is not edited. As a result, transcripts do not match recordings verbatim.

    Arrangement

    The materials are arranged in nine series: Series 1. Alumni Interviews; Series 2. Artists Interviews; Series 3. Athletics Hall of Fame Project; Series 4. Diversity Project Interviews; Series 5. Faculty and Staff Interviews; Series 6. Founding Grant Project Interviews; Series 7. Peace Corps 50th Anniversary Oral History Project; Series 8. Stanford Presidential Families Project; Series 9. Stanford Arts Initiative Project.

    Subjects and Indexing Terms

    Stanford University -- Faculty.
    College students -- California -- Stanford.
    Stanford University -- Students.
    Stanford University -- Alumni -- Reminiscences.
    Diversity in the workplace -- California.
    Stanford University -- Administration.
    Stanford Historical Society
    Stanford University. Class of 1957
    Abernethy, David B.
    Adams, James L.
    Alfaro, Susan Brady
    Ames, Robert H. Piestewa
    Anderson, James T.
    Anderson, T. W. (Theodore Wilbur), 1918-
    Andreopoulos, Spyros.
    Arrow, Kenneth Joseph
    Audrain, Calvert
    Bacchetti, Raymond F.
    Bacon, Mary Montle
    Ballinger, Delphi
    Bark, Dennis
    Barnes, Arthur P.
    Bays, Jerry
    Bienenstock, Artie
    Bishop, Jonathan
    Bishop, Jonathan
    Booker, Jayne
    Boyd, Harold K.
    Bradley, Judith Lynn
    Bramcamp, Julie Olson
    Brown, Jackie.
    Brown, Mary Karen Simmons
    Brown, Walter
    Bunnell, John
    Burciaga, Cecilia Preciado
    Bushnell, Kay
    Butler, Lew
    Butler, Suzanne
    Cannell, Roger
    Carnochan, W. B.
    Carson, Clayborne, 1944-
    Chanowitz, Alice Supton
    Chase, Robert A.
    Chowning, John M.
    Ching, Wilton
    Coblentz, Jean
    Cohen, Albert
    Consear, Pam
    Corn, Wanda M.
    Dawson, Don
    DeBra, Daniel B.
    Degler, Carl N.
    Der, Henry.
    Docter, Stephen D.
    Dodge, Judith
    Donaldson, Sarah S.
    Dong, Nelson
    Doty, Andrew M.
    Duff-Brown, Beth
    Dunlap, Jim
    Eddelman, William Smiley, III.
    Efron, Bradley
    Ehrlich, Paul R.
    Ely, Leonard W.
    Falchi, John P.
    Falcon, Walter P.
    Farrar, Nancy L.
    Farrar, William R.
    Feigenbaum, Edward A.
    Fetter, Jane
    Fialer, Phil
    Flattery, Annette
    Flattery, Tom
    Fong, Herb.
    Fuchs, Victor R.
    Gelpi, Albert.
    Gelpi, Barbara Charlesworth.
    Gibbs, James Lowell
    Gibbons, James F.
    Gray, Sharon Harris
    Griffin-Jones, Mary M.
    Guertin, Richard
    Hamburg, David A.
    Hamrdla, G. Robert.
    Hancock, John
    Harris, Larry
    Harvey, Van Austin
    Hastorf, Albert H.
    Herrington, Marvin L.
    Herzenberg, Leonore A.
    Hill, Patricia
    Hoagland, Laurie
    Holman, Halsted R.
    Holub, Leo
    Horley, Al
    Humberg, Judith L.
    Inderbitzen, Anton L.
    Ingram, Barbara
    Jedenoff, George A.
    Kahn, Matt
    Katchadourian, Herant A.
    Kays, William M.
    Keating, Ralph
    Kelley, David Michael
    Kennedy, Donald
    Kennedy, Jeanne
    Kiefer, William C.
    Kirst, Michael W.
    Knoles, George Harmon
    Kojiro, Dan
    Kraemer, Helena C.
    Krupp, Marcus
    Le, Yen
    Leckie, James O.
    Leiderman, P. Herbert
    Leonard, Jean McCarter
    Lewenstein, Marion
    Litt, Iris F.
    Lobdell, Frank
    Lundblade, Frederick Hubert.
    Lyman, Jing
    Lynch, John.
    Lyons, James W.
    Maccoby, Eleanor Emmons
    Mast, Jack
    Maveety, Patrick J.
    McAndrews, Rosemary
    McCarty, Perry L.
    McCraw, William
    McDonald, Marilyn Miller
    McIntyre, Bob
    McNair-Knox, Faye
    Mellini, Peter
    Menlove, Frances
    Merigan, Thomas C.
    Messner, Hal
    Miller, Arjay R.
    Miller, William F.
    Milton, Catherine H.
    Mitchell, Carol Clifford
    Mitchell, David W.
    Moulton, Bob.
    Mukoyama, Wesley
    Narver, Ellen
    Newell, Dr. J.
    Nix, William D.
    Nogales, Luis G.
    Nordling, Martha.
    Ogletree, Charles
    Oliveira, Nathan
    Olkin, Ingram
    Packer, Nancy Huddleston
    Parker, George
    Peatman, Angela Brovelli
    Petriceks, Juris
    Pewthers, Carole
    Pewthers, Don
    Plunkett, Judith Sterling.
    Porras, Jerry I.
    Quinn, Helen R.
    Raffel, Sidney
    Ramsaur, Michael F.
    Ransohoff, Jim
    Ray, James
    Rea, Jay Weston
    Rebholz, R.A. (Ronald A.)
    Regan, Joe
    Rehmus, Frederick P.
    Rensselaer, Cortlandt Van
    Richter, Burton
    Ritchie, Milton Hoke
    Robertson, Sandy
    Robinson, Norman W.
    Rodgers, Joseph L.
    Roodhouse, Jim
    Rosenzweig, Robert M.
    Ross, Elizabeth Boardman
    Ruehl, Sonya Hamburg
    Ryan, Lawrence V.
    Sandke, Terry
    Sawyer, Robert
    Schimke, Robert T.
    Schofield, Susan.
    Schwartz, John J.
    Serlin, Michael
    Severin, Charlotte Wood
    Shah, Haresh C.
    Sheehan, James J.
    Sher, Byron D.
    Shockley, Hillary.
    Simoni, Robert D.
    Smead, Frank
    Smith, Marilyn
    Smith, Thorn.
    Spaeth, C. Grant
    Stansky, Peter, 1932-
    Staudt, David
    Steinhart, John
    Stine, Sharon
    Stone, Wilfred Healy
    Straley, Rosemary George
    Street, Robert L.
    Sunshine, Philip
    Suppes, Patrick
    Telleen, L. Sherman.
    Telleen, Marjorie Horcuitz
    Terman, Frederick Emmons, 1900-1982
    Tissot, Paula
    Tracy, Else Peters
    Traugott, Elizabeth C.
    Trego, Charlotte Limoges
    Triolo, James
    Turner, Marshall C.
    Turner, Paul Venable
    Underdall, Jerry.
    Vincenti, Walter G.
    Voll, Peter R.
    Voss, David
    Walters, Dorothy Jane Kidd
    Walters, James D.
    Walton, Ann
    Welch, Michael
    Wells, Alison Dice
    Wells, David
    Wells, Edwin A.
    Whitney, Carol
    Whittier, Mary Ann Van Berckelaer
    Wolff, Tobias
    Woodward, Denni.
    Young, Ernle W. D.