Album, kept by Harry Hall Holley of the Stanford class of 1901, contains photographs of Stanford students on campus and on
excursions to the surrounding mountains and the beach. Some images are theatrical poses enacted in their dormitory rooms.
Includes group shot of the geology students of the class of 1901, taken during May 1901: Harry L. Haehl, William M. Parkin,
Louis D. Mills, Byron N. Jackson, Allen B. Lemmon Jr., Frederick W. Rush, Harry H. Holley, James Macdonald Hyde, Theodore
Hoover, and Clifford C. Thoms. Other students pictured include Edmund D. North, Frederick D. Hood, Roy Parmelee McLaughlin,
and Edward H. Nutter. Additional negatives and prints of dorm rooms, students, Lake Lagunita, Entrance Gates, and the Mausoleum
were added in 2010.
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