Stanford student photograph album, 1893-1897.

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Stanford student photograph album, 1893-1897.

Stanford student photograph album, 1893-1897.

These photographs by an unknown student primarily document student life on the Stanford campus, 1895-1897; subjects include Zeta Psi fraternity members and their house, the water tower on campus, Frenchman's Lake, the Quad, athletics, and various student outings; students pictured include Abraham Lewis, Jr., Charles K. Field ("Carolus Ager"), Mike Turner, Christopher B. Diehl, and Alice N. Hays. Other subjects include Walter Camp, his wife, and his children; the Palo Alto train station; and the football team of Belmont School (1893).

105 photoprints.

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Lewis, A. L. (Abraham Lincoln), 1865-1947

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Belmont School (Belmont, Calif.)

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Camp, Walter, 1859-1925

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Hays, Alice N.

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Alice Newman Hays earned her AB in English at Stanford University in 1896 and her librarian's degree at the New York State Library School. She returned to Stanford in 1901 to begin her long career in the University Library, retiring in 1940 when she was chief of the Reference Division. From the description of Alice N. Hays notebook and papers, 1909. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 499461822 ...

Diehl, Christopher B.

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Zeta Psi Fraternity. Mu Chapter.

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Field, Charles K. (Charles Kellogg), 1873-1948

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Charles K. Field and Will H. Irwin were students at Stanford University in the 1890s and were authors of Stanford Stories (New York: Doubleday, Page, 1900), a collection of stories about student life. From the description of Diary of a Stanford University student, 1892-1899. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702152793 From the description of Diary of a Stanford University student, 1892-1899. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 77948648 Biographi...