Records pertain to the origins of the program and its physical home in Washington, D.C., and include correspondence, memoranda,
proposals, clippings, and brochures. Correspondents include Donald Kennedy, Robin Hamill [Kennedy], Peter Sylvester, Charles
E. Ludlam, and Catherine Milton.
Established in 1988, Stanford in Washington offers undergraduates advanced work in their field of study and public service
internships in Washington, D.C.
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