The Stanford Program for Recordings in Sound was a project begun by English Department graduate student Mike Stillman that
sponsored readings by poets and novelists either in residence or visiting Stanford. These readings were professionally recorded,
and a series of vinyl LPs were produced. The collection consists of original open reel tapes of these readings.
: 265 open reel tapes (73 7" reels ; 192 10.5" reels) ; 2 audiocassettes ; 28 folders
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permission to publish or reproduce, please contact the Head Librarian of the Archive of Recorded Sound.
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