Stewart Brand papers, 1954-2000.

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Stewart Brand papers, 1954-2000.

53 linear feet (120 manuscript boxes, 4 flat boxes, 17 seven-inch reels, 15 audiocassettes, 140 micro-cassettes, 3 hard disk cartridges)

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