Orrin Leslie Elliott papers, 1891-1936.

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Elliott, Orrin Leslie, 1860-1940. Orrin Leslie Elliott papers, 1891-1936.

Orrin Leslie Elliott papers, 1891-1936.

Notes, source citations, unpublished reminiscences, and copies of documents collected for, and the original manuscript of Elliott's STANFORD UNIVERSITY; THE FIRST TWENTY-FIVE YEARS (1937). Also includes correspondence of George Crothers and notecards for Crother's FOUNDING OF LELAND STANFORD JUNIOR UNIVERSITY (1932).

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