Leading environmentalist and architect William McDonough, consulting professor of civil and environmental engineering, will donate his archive to Stanford University Libraries. The archive will contain paper as well as digital material and will be active, meaning that new materials will continually be added in.
Stanford University Libraries
Stanford University Libraries (SUL) has established the first academic, university-based Bahá’í collection in the U.S. after acquiring one of the most extensive collections on the Bahá’í faith in private hands. The renowned collection, composed of over 1000 letters, books and pictures among other material, was donated by Arden Lee. SUL has also established the Jack H. Lee and Arden T. Lee Fund for Bahá’í Studies to fund continual growth of the archive.