Guide to Stanford: The First 100 Years [videorecording] V0249
Finding aid prepared by Jenny Johnson
Dept. of Special Collections & University ArchivesFebruary 2012
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Title: Stanford: The First 100 Years [videorecording]
Identifier/Call Number: V0249
Contributing Institution: Dept. of Special Collections & University Archives
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 1.0 videotape(s) (VHS)
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creator: Geer, Brad
creator: Peer Promotions.
creator: Pittock, Casey
[identification of item], Stanford: The First 100 Years (V0249). Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.
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While at Stanford, we have experienced the unique atmosphere present at this university. We have captured in this film all aspects of Stanford's first 100 years ranging from the beautiful setting to the academic environment to the athletic achievement. We hope you enjoy watching the film as much as we did making it!
Peer Promotions is a partnership founded by two Stanford University Students. Casey Pittock, Greeley, Colorado is majoring in Sociology with an emphasis in organizational behanvoris. Brad Geer, Edina, Minnesota, is styding quantitative economics. Both are members of the varsity golf team and the class of 1989.
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