This collection consists of records from Richard W. Lyman's term as President of Stanford University (1970-1980), along with
the records of the Provost. Some of the records were generated by the previous administration of Kenneth Pitzer.
Lyman was born in Philadelphia in 1923 and raised in New Haven, Conn. His father, a chemist who lost his job during the recession
that followed World War I, became an attorney. His mother taught French.
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