This collection contains course syllabi, notes, and exams from classes de Camp took at Pomona College, mostly philosophy and
sociology, and at Stanford, primarily economics. Two of her Stanford courses were taught by Prof. Yamato Ichihashi (population
and immigration). Other Stanford instructors were Margaret M. Lothrop (social agencies) and Wilfred Eldred (marketing).
Helen de Camp [Mrs. J. B. Gourlay] attended Stanford University during the 1916-17 school year, taking graduate classes in
economics. She earned her a.b. at Pomona College in 1915.
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