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Browse current issues, arranged alphabetically, in Green Current Periodicals (CPR) and IC Display area. Older issues are bound and found in the stacks by call number (see the Searchworks record links). Many are available in fulltext - see the links from the Searchworks records.
Submitted by firstname.lastname@example.org on Thu, 09/04/2008 - 11:48.
Where can I find a collection of recorded music and speeches on Stanford campus?
For music and speeches that actually happened at Stanford, two good sources are Stanford's YouTube channel and iTunes at Stanford. Both include lectures, classes, and musical performances that took place on campus.
For music and speeches generally, the Archive of Recorded Sound has a great collection of historic recordings. Also see their link to outside sound collections and other sound collections at Stanford. Additionally, here's a list of music-related links (not just recorded sound) at Stanford.
Submitted by email@example.com on Thu, 09/04/2008 - 11:06.
I'm trying to find a speech made by a congressman in 1939. Supposedly it is part of the Congressional Record, but I can't find it in LexisNexis.
You'll need the print version of the Congressional Record, because LexisNexis and other search engines don't currently cover the Congressional Record before the 90th Congress. The print version is shelved in the basement of Green Library's West Wing, in Federal Documents. The call # will be X1.1: [Congress no.]. These are indexed year by year. Here's the Searchworks listing for the Index to the Congressional Record.