This collection consists of rough draft essays, data and notes accumulated by Ms. Louise Price during the 1935-1936 academic
year as part of a project under Professor W. H. Cowley, then of Ohio State University and later of Stanford University. The
material concerns primarily social traditions but also touches scholastic, athletic, philanthropic and other traditions. The
study focuses on student life in the first forty-five years of Stanford University. Formal celebrations and observances, honorary
and semi-honorary societies, publications and on-going student organizations are covered.
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This collection is open for research.