Stanford University, President's Office, records pertaining to faculty 1887-1918


Stanford University, President's Office, records pertaining to faculty, 1887-1918

Stanford University, President's Office, records pertaining to faculty 1887-1918

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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