Pages from a photograph album documenting his student years at Stanford University. Subjects include the Stanford campus;
Encina dorm rooms; gym, track and crew teams; student amusements and initiations; excursions to surrounding parks and the
Pacific coast; the Frosh-Soph tie-up of 1909; summer school class at Hopkins Marine Station 1906; and portraits of other students,
including Hermann Rosse, Harry Horton, Kenny Dole, Ted Vandervoort, and Dave Martin. There are also several images of Poor,
one image of Prof. H. D. Gray, and two postcard notes to Poor from Samuel Stillman Berry, 1910.
Henry Varnum Poor, painter and ceramic artist, earned his A.B. in graphic arts at Stanford University in May 1910. As a student
he was a member of the Art Club and the Gym Club, on the varsity track team, and on the executive committee of the associated
students in his senior year. After graduation, he taught at Stanford in 1911-12 and 1913-16. He was one of the founders of
the Art Institute in San Francisco.
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