Francis Leslie Stevenson student notebooks, 1886-1890.

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Stevenson, Francis Leslie, 1866-1965. Francis Leslie Stevenson student notebooks, 1886-1890.

Francis Leslie Stevenson student notebooks, 1886-1890.

Class notes for lectures on international law given by President James B. Angell, on economics by Henry C. Adams, on physics, general geometry and calculus by Edward Olney, on Roman law by H.W. Rogers, and on electricity by H.S. Carhart; also scrapbook containing diagrams of dynamos and other mechanical equipment.

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