Francis Sitwell Pratt photograph album 1913


Francis Sitwell Pratt photograph album, 1913

Francis Sitwell Pratt photograph album 1913

Album includes images of the Quad and Inner Quad, the Angel of Grief, Encina Hall, dorm room in Encina, action shot from the 1913 Big Game, tennis team and other athletic events, boating on Lake Lagunita, John C. Branner's inauguration as university president, the Stanford University Band, chemistry lab interiors, individual students (unidentified), and the cactus garden on campus.

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Pratt, Francis Sitwell (person)

Biographical/Historical Sketch Francis Sitwell Pratt earned his a.b. in chemistry at Stanford in 1913 and his engineer's degree in 1914. From the guide to the Francis Sitwell Pratt photograph album, 1913, (Department of Special Collections and University Archives) ...

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