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Article, Beyond Capitalism: Leland Stanford's Forgotten Vision, by Lee Altenberg. Published 1990 by the Stanford Historical Society.
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- The Founding Grant with Amendments, Legislation, and Court Decrees, 1885. Centennial Edition, 1987, Stanford University.
- A Bill to Encourage Cooperation and to Provide for the Formation of Associations, introduced by Senator Leland Stanford into the United States Senate, December 20, 1886.
- Pointing a way for the poor to combine together and improve their condition: Senator Stanford’s bill to form syndicates of labor a la capital. Townsend, George Alfred ("Gath"). Cincinnati Enquirer, February 18, 1887.
- Co-operation of Labor. Views of Senator Leland Stanford of California. New York Tribune, May 4, 1887.
- As to the character and purposes of the university. c. 1889. Pages 104-117 in Bancroft, Hubert H., 1952. History of the Life of Leland Stanford: A Character Study. Biobooks, Berkeley.
- Government Loans on Real Estate. March 10, 1890 speech of Hon. Leland Stanford of California in the United States Senate.
- The Government's Duty To Furnish Money
On Proper Security. The Free Coinage Of Silver. Interview by the San Francisco Argonaut.
- The Bill to Establish a National Land Loan Bureau. New York Times, May 20, 1890.
- Government Loans on Real Estate. May 23, 1890 speech of Hon. Leland Stanford of California in the United States Senate.
- News Clips, March-May, 1890.
- The Land Loan Project: Senator Stanford Explains His New Money Scheme. New York Times, March 30, 1892.
- Leland Stanford's last letter, to David Starr Jordan, received posthumously. 1893.