11. Preview of re-creation of "Church on Time" plus end of class. (Nikolais is present watching, too) -- 30. Rehearsal of "Get Me To The Church On Time" with Crandall Diehl (see also tapes #11 and #60) -- 32. Rehearsal of "Get Me To The Church On Time," dancers sit at Hanya's feet (see tape #35 for match) [also matches tape 30] -- 34. Rehearsal of "Get Me To The Church on Time" in NYC -- 35. Rehearsal of "Get Me To the Church on Time", matches tape #32 -- 37. Tail end of rehearsal, at the feet of Hanya -- 39. Rehearsal; Martha Hill interview, has 2 sets of time code -- 60. Rehearsal of re-creation of "Get Me to the Church on Time.".
Privately printed biography based on interviews with Killefer by Wade Killefer, Gail Killefer, and Jessica Holland and other research by the author. Subjects include his student experiences at Stanford, Harvard (where he became friends with Joe Kennedy), and Oxford; his experiences as a Navy pilot in the Pacific theater during World War II; and his professional life
Key documents and selected testimony in antitrust action. This set consists of photocopied typescripts of documents and testimony presented at this milestone case, which resulted in the breakup of America's largest technology-based corporation. It also resulted in the severance of direct institutional ties between the American telecommunications network and the country's most prestigious science research institution in the private sector, namely, the Bell Laboratories' Research Division. Ths testimony identifies the justifications and consequences of these steps and provides a wealth of information on the nature, size and scope of the American telecommunications industry and the impact of Bells System integration on the progress and strength of American science, technology and industry. In the technological and scientific areas, much information is presented on research and development activities, primarily at Bell Laboratories, in the physics and applications of semiconductors, ... Read More
1. Etching of Joseph Conrad by Muirhead Bone, inscribed to Eldridge Adams, n.d. 2. Lithograph of Conrad, [New York, 1925?], artist unknown. 3. Crayon sketch of Conrad by Walter Ernest Tittle, July 1929
Stanford University Associated Students Institute of International Relations
Records include constitution and by-laws, correspondence, committee reports, budgets, speeches, clippings, and other materials, 1948-67, pertaining to the Foreign Policy Institutes, foreign scholarship program, high school conferences, Stanford United Nations, Books for Africa program, and other activities of the organization. Some of the correspondence pertains to visits by Dwight Eisenhower, Adlai Stevenson, Christian Herter, and other speakers. The collection also includes reports, publications, and other materials of the Institute for the Study of Contemporary Cultures, 1965-68
Paper by Almond and Phyllis H. Craig presented at the annual meeting of the National Coalition for Campus Childcare; it addresses the Childcare Resource Center, the Council on Childcare, and the development of a network of daycare homes