Primarily correspondence, articles, speeches and unpublished papers concerned with both library and nonlibrary topics. Correspondents
include Arundell Esdaile, Sir Frank Francis and Patricia Eccles.
A graduate of Stanford (1914), Jeannette Hitchcock came to the Stanford Library in 1923, was appointed Keeper of Rare Books
in the University Libraries (1936-1947) and was later Chief of the Division of Special Collections (1947-1955). She was married
to Franklin L. Hopkins.
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