Trees of Stanford and Environs: The Book
Much of the content of the tree encyclopedia on this website is based on the book Trees of Stanford and Environs, by Ronald Bracewell, published by the Stanford Historical Society in 2005.
The book is out of print. Copies are available at Stanford libraries, and one may have luck online or at used bookstores.
Several photocopied editions (1972, 1980, 1984) entitled Trees on the Stanford Campus preceded the printing of the book.
See the Sandstone & Tile article (Stanford Historical Society) on the launching of the book in 2005, including photographs from the launch celebration and excerpts from the book.
From the front cover flap of Trees of Stanford and Environs:
This detailed survey of more than 350 species of trees found at Stanford University is the result of nearly 50 years of study and observation by Professor Ronald N. Bracewell.
Designed for tree lovers, botanists, horticulturalists, and environmentalists, this book also will appeal to students, alumni, and others attracted to the Stanford campus. Gardeners interested in seeing unusual specimens and mature examples of trees also will find the book useful.