Guide to The Nancy Packer Collection ARS.0055
Finding aid prepared by Franz Kunst
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Title: Nancy Packer Collection
Collection Number: ARS.0055
Creator: Packer, Nancy Huddleston
Collection size: 1 box
Repository: Archive of Recorded Sound
Abstract: The Nancy Packer Collection consists of two sets of recordings: an interview with Herbert Packer, and lectures by Leon Lipson. Both were taped at Stanford University in 1969.
Languages: Languages represented in the collection: English
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Nancy Packer Collection, ARS-0055. Courtesy of the Stanford Archive of Recorded Sound, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.
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The Nancy Packer Collection consists of two sets of recordings taped at Stanford University in 1969. The first is an interview with her husband Herbert Packer, who was then Vice-Provost for Academic Planning and Programs. The second set of tapes captures a lecture series on Soviet law by Yale Law Professor Leon Lipson.
Packer, Herbert L.
Series 1. Herbert Packer interview 1969
Physical Description: Four 5" open reel tapes
Interview with Herbert L. Packer, law professor and Vice Provost for Academic Planning and Programs at Stanford University in 1969, for a Public Broadcasting Service program. The interview was also filmed. Among the items Packer discusses: a recent General Studies meeting, the Study of Education at Stanford (SES) project (which he directed), President Wallace Sterling, Stanford's self-review of Undergraduate Studies, Academic Council, urbanism at Stanford, and the political climate on campus at the time.