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Sandstone & Tile

Sandstone & Tile contains articles about Stanford history as well as news about Stanford Historical Society activities and the Stanford University Archives. A handsomely printed and illustrated copy of each issue is mailed to all members of the society as a membership benefit. Digital copies of past issues are available via this web page.

Recent Issues

  • Zott’s and Stanford: A Refreshing History | Steve Staiger
  • Stanford's Allen Controversy: Sex, Social Regulation, and Institutional Change | Molly Culhane '20
  • Stanford in the Last 125 Years | Karen Bartholomew and Roxanne Nilan
  • Membership Roster, 2019-2020
  • Financial Summary, 2019-2020
  • Stanford Architect John Carl Warnecke: His Work on Campus and Beyond and His Close Ties to the Kennedy Family | Paul V. Turner
  • Women at Stanford: A Century of Inclusion, Exclusion, and Activism | Estelle B. Freedman
  • Stanford in the Last 125 Years | Karen Bartholomew and Roxanne Nilan
  • Stanford Historical Society and Stanford Libraries Launch Hope, Resilience, and Change series
  • An Interview with Past SHS President Richard Yuen
  • A Year in Review: Stanford Historical Society, 2019–2020
  • SHS Acknowledgements, 2019–2020
  • John Steinbeck at Stanford | Gavin Jones
  • Theodore J. Hoover and the Founding of the Mining and Metallurgy Department | William D. Nix
  • Stanford in the Last 125 Years | Karen Bartholomew and Roxanne Nilan
  • SHS Announces 2020 Historical Writing and Oral History Winners
  • SHS Awarded County Grant for Community History Conference