Scope and Content Collection focuses on Berg's work with recombinant DNA and includes professional correspondence, 1959-1985; research lab notebooks for the years 1953-1986 which document his work with protein synthesis in bacterial cells and tumor viruses; records concerning the National Academy of Sciences conference on recombinant DNA research guidelines; records from his Stanford positions including administrative files, grant files, departmental records, student files, lectures, and symposia; reprints and illustrations; and videotapes and audiotapes.
James Collins, lecturer in business at Stanford Graduate School of Business, reports on research done with colleague Jerry Porras on organizational vision and the evolution of visionary organizations, describing a clear framework for understanding and setting organizational vision.
Two unpublished typescripts, with annotations and corrections: "The Projection Method and the Localization of Visual and Other Images," 1911; and "Concerning the Origin of a Visual Image and the Visual Image Method of Investigating and Comparing Conscious and Subconscious Thinking," undated. Undated English translations (typescript) of two articles by Martin published in German, with annotations and corrections: "Concerning Aesthetic Synaesthesia" and "Contributions to the Building up and Application of the Suggestion Method in Normal Psychology."
Reports, memoranda, statements, minutes, and background information, 1959-1985; drafts of the Committee's report, with comments, 1985; and post-report correspondence and clippings, 1985-1989. Collection also includes materials pertaining to the Hoover press.
DVD film of the gala farewell dinner for Associate Professor Luis R. Fraga held on the Stanford campus in May 2007. Speakers included Victor Arias and James Montoya; and there were performances by Talisman, El Mariachi Cardenal and the Folklórico. The Tribute was co-sponsored by the Haas Center, along with Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education, Vice Provost for Student Affairs, Graduate School of Business, School of Humanities & Sciences, School of Education, Center for Comparative Studies on Race & Ethnicity, El Centro Chicano, Stanford Alumni Association, and the Departments of Chicana/o Studies, Public Policy, and Urban Studies.
This collection pertains largely to his connection with Stanford and includes the text of his talk on Stanford history, 1941 and 1945; text of his talk on the history of drama at Stanford in the 1890s, 1944; examples of his published songs and poetry; a Christmas letter to Jessie Knight Jordan (Mrs. David Starr Jordan), 1944; two photographs, 1896 and 1929; and biographical clippings.