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Archive/Manuscript
1 folder
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Online Archive of California
Included in the collection are a copy of the University’s answer to Senators Baucus and Grassley’s request, a copy of President Hennessy’s cover letter, and several printouts of Internet articles as background on the investigation.
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Archive/Manuscript
4 linear feet (4 boxes)
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Online Archive of California
The Commission on Undergraduate Education at Stanford University was established to address fundamental issues pertaining to the undergraduate curriculum and related programs and services at Stanford. The Commision's report was released in October 1994.
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Archive/Manuscript
1 folder
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Online Archive of California
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Archive/Manuscript
15 linear feet
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Online Archive of California
These records were generated during the tenure of President Kenneth Pitzer as well as his predecessor J. E. Wallace Sterling. Records are arranged in the following sequence: committees, academic and administrative departments, general files, and materials pertaining to the Stanford Research Institute. Other subjects of note in the general files include the House Un-American Activities Committee, Women’s Social Regulations, 1965-68, and Card Stunt at the Air Force Football Game, 1966.
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Archive/Manuscript
1 folder (6 items)
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Online Archive of California
Correspondence between David Starr Jordan and Trustees relating to various proposals to raise student fees, 1911-1913.
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Archive/Manuscript
.25 linear foot
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Online Archive of California
Collection includes correspondence with Frederic West establishing the series; correspondence with lecturers and suggested lecturers; correspondence with Stanford offices in regard to arrangements; and invitations to the lectures. Lecturers for this time period were Charles Edward Jefferson, Samuel McChord Crothers, Hastings Rashdall, John Dewey, Charles Lewis Slattery, Henry Osborn Taylor, and Irving Babbitt.
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Archive/Manuscript
.25 linear foot
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Online Archive of California
Correspondence, memoranda, and minutes pertaining to general fees, laboratory fees, and proposed fees for professional schools. Correspondents include David Starr Jordan, John C. Branner, Harris J. Ryan, William F. Snow, William F. Durand, A. B. Clark, John M. Stillman, George Peirce, Nathan Abbott, L. M. Hoskins, Frederick G. Woodward, George E. Crothers, Orrin L. Elliott, William R. Eckart, Ellwood P. Cubberley, John A. Bergstrom, John C. L. Fish, and Arthur W. Meyer. Departments and schools represented include law, education, engineering, chemistry, bacteriology, pharmacology, and human anatomy. Also included are the handwritten minutes kept by Guido H. Marx of a meeting between Jordan and the faculty of the engineering and education departments.
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Archive/Manuscript
.25 linear foot
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Online Archive of California
Records include letters, minutes of the Stanford committee and the joint committee (representing several California colleges), and memoranda from the Rhodes Scholarship Trust, which include exam questions and reports on past Rhodes scholars. The correspondence and minutes pertain to exam dates, candidates, and policy issues. Correspondents include George R. Parkin of the Trust; Benjamin I. Wheeler (University of California president) and David Starr Jordan (Stanford president); and Profs. Augustus T. Murray (Stanford), H. Morse Stephens (University of California), and H. R. Fairclough (Stanford).
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Archive/Manuscript
.75 linear feet
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Online Archive of California
These records pertain to the merger of Cooper Medical College with Stanford University. They consist largely of correspondence, with a few reports and financial documents. Most of the letters are addressed to David Starr Jordan, although some of the correspondence is that of George A. Clark, the academic secretary of Stanford University. In addition to the details of the merger, the letters address curriculum issues, faculty appointments, fees, facilities, financial matters, future needs and plans, the medical school library, the possible association with the University of California, and the Lane Medical Lectures. Correspondents include Adolph Barkan, Clarence J. Blake, Henry Gibbons, Jr., Timothy Hopkins, Arthur W. Meyer, William Ophuls, Henry S. Pritchett, Howard T. Ricketts, Emmet Rixford, John Maxson Stillman, Ray Lyman Wilbur, and Hans Zinsser.
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Archive/Manuscript
12 linear feet
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Online Archive of California
These records include letters from the President to the Board of Trustees, 1902-1948; budget records, 1906-1960; departmental appointment records, 1901-1909; salary rolls and letters of appointment, 1901-1924; contracts and agreements largely between Jane Stanford and David Starr Jordan, 1893-1902, regarding faculty salaries and university fees, budget matters, and the ground lease for University land; and reports of committee actions, 1898-1910. Presidents represented in these records are: David Starr Jordan (1891-1913), John Casper Branner (1913-1915), Ray Lyman Wilbur (1915-1943), and Donald B. Tresidder (1943-1948).
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Archive/Manuscript
0.25 linear foot
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Online Archive of California
Collection contains an annotated draft of circular #4, announcement of the faculty of the university and an outline of the courses for the academic year 1891-1892.
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Archive/Manuscript
112 v.
Scrapbooks of newspaper clippings collected by the staff of the President's Office pertaining to University events and interests.
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Archive/Manuscript
.75 linear ft.
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
Records regarding faculty salaries including David Starr Jordan's 1904 report to the Trustees regarding recruitment of the original faculty, sabbaticals, retirement; studies by Professor Guido Marx with related correspondence comparing Stanford and University of California salaries (1904-1907), with information on the cost of living in Palo Alto; monthly salary rolls (1915-1918); letterpress book of outgoing letters of Herbert C. Nash pertaining to applications (1887-1891); and memorandum regarding faculty appointments indicating salaries (1891-1894).
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