Scrapbook includes programs, tickets, notes, three pen and ink sketches of co-eds, clippings, and pamphlets primarily covering
events at Stanford (athletics, concerts, lectures) but also other events and subjects. Items of note include ticket for Benjamin
Harrison's lectures at Stanford, 1984; program for the "War-Dance" at Frenchman's Lake between the classes of 1898 and 1899;
five-page typescript essay on Fish Lake in the Oregon Cascades; pamphlet of sketches of Iroquois Indian games and dances,
ca. 1903; and four pamphlets of essays by Frederick Starr, 1912-1922.
Alice Wheeler attended Stanford University from 1893-96; she married William A. Pomeroy in August 1903. She died on February
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