Stanford Libraries actively collects work on the Holocaust for use in teaching and research in a wide variety of formats - from books and scholarly journals to primary, archival documents, and collections of Holocaust testimonies. This section is meant to help our patrons begin their research into this topic, and to find important sources here at Stanford Libraries.
A large percentage of books and materials that Stanford Libraries collects on the Holocaust is supported by The Henry and Regina Bandet Fund for Jewish History and Culture. Established in memory of the donors parents, the fund enables us to provide Stanford researchers with the materials necessary to conduct their scholarship, and also to safeguard important documents and records. Stanford's catalog enables users to search by bookplate fund, and this link can also be used to discover new arrivals and newly published materials.
In recent years, Stanford has begun to collect original archival materials and records documenting the Holocaust. Below you will find some examples of collections that can aid in teaching and research.