Stanford University, School of Law, Dean's office records, 1906-1914.

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Stanford University. School of Law. Stanford University, School of Law, Dean's office records, 1906-1914.

Stanford University, School of Law, Dean's office records, 1906-1914.

Six letter books containing general correspondence from the Dean's Office on such subjects as student recommendations, questions about entrance requirements, exams and course credit, the Law Library and budgetary information. Most of the letters are signed by Frederick C. Woodward, Acting Dean and recipients include David Starr Jordan, W. W. Cook and John Casper Brunner.

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