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Access to Silicon Valley Archives

The archival collections in the Department of Special Collections (Green Library on the Stanford campus) are available to the public. There are some materials also available online, for example:

Finding aids for some of the collections in Special Collections. This site includes only a few finding aids of the Silicon Valley collections, but one of the most important, the papers of Frederick Terman is there.

The MouseSite is based on the papers of Douglas Engelbart at the Stanford University Libraries.

Stanford and the Silicon Valley oral histories: Doug Engelbart and Bruce Deal. Oral history transcripts.

Silicon Genesis. Some transcripts from Stanford's video-based interview series on the history of the semiconductor industry.

SiliconBase. Database of archival documents on the web.


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