Archibald J. Treat papers, 1883-1961 (inclusive), 1883-1941 (bulk).

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Treat, Archibald J. (Archibald Jennings), 1864-1949. Archibald J. Treat papers, 1883-1961 (inclusive), 1883-1941 (bulk).

Archibald J. Treat papers, 1883-1961 (inclusive), 1883-1941 (bulk).

These papers pertain largely to Treat's association with Leland Stanford and the history of the University and include correspondence, a notebook (largely in shorthand), his typescript reminiscences, and two letters by his daughter pertaining to her father. Correspondents include Alice N. Hays, Timothy Hopkins, Herbert Hoover, David Starr Jordan, John B. McCarthy, Herbert C. Nash, and Burt Worthington. Subjects include the Stanford Mausoleum, Treat's photographs, business matters, and Eadweard Muybridge.

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Hopkins, Timothy, 1859-1937.

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