Guide to the Stanford Student Letters and Memoirs Collection SC0103

Daniel Hartwig & Jenny Johnson
Department of Special Collections and University Archives
Green Library
557 Escondido Mall
Stanford 94305-6064
specialcollections@stanford.edu

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Language of Material: English
Contributing Institution: Department of Special Collections and University Archives
Title: Stanford student letters and memoirs collection
creator: Dyke, Charles Bartlett.
creator: Stanford University. Libraries. Department of Special Collections and University Archives
Identifier/Call Number: SC0103
Physical Description: 1.25 Linear Feet
Date (inclusive): 1871-1982

Preferred Citation

[identification of item], Stanford Student Letters and Memoirs Collection (SC0103). Dept. of Special Collections, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.

Scope and Contents

This collection contains letters, reminiscences, diaries and account books, autobiographies, and other items from a number of Stanford University students. Most of the letters are written home to family members; typical subjects include academic affairs, social life on campus and off, fraternity and sorority affairs, and athletics. Other subjects include events at the Stanford home and the settlement of Leland Stanford's estate.
The collection is arranged by series. Information on the provenance of each series as well as more information on their content is included in the following listing.

Access to Collection

The materials are open for research use. Audio-visual materials are not available in original format, and must be reformatted to a digital use copy.

Publication Rights

All requests to reproduce, publish, quote from, or otherwise use collection materials must be submitted in writing to the Head of Special Collections and University Archives, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, California 94305-6064. Consent is given on behalf of Special Collections as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission from the copyright owner. Such permission must be obtained from the copyright owner, heir(s) or assigns. See: http://library.stanford.edu/depts/spc/pubserv/permissions.html.
Restrictions also apply to digital representations of the original materials. Use of digital files is restricted to research and educational purposes.

Preferred Citation

[identification of item], Stanford Student Letters and Memoirs Collection (SC0103). Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Beckwith, Burnham P. (Burnham Putman)
Marschutz, Herbert Stanton.
Nichols, Walter E.
Nolan, Lloyd.
Osborne, Clarence.
Hyde, Harriet Sophia.
Kautz, Austin.
Klette, Ernest.
Barzen, Alva Emrich.
Allen, Tex Bollman.
Allabach, Lucy
Crawford, Irma Zschokke.
Dyke, Charles Bartlett.
Colliver, John.
Burr, Myron.
Blake, Thomas B.
Durand, Samuel B.
Dyke, Charles Bartlett.
Perry, Frederick Jewell.
Stanford University -- General subdivision--Students.;
Schulte, William.
Sindo, Michitaro.
Stahl, Edith Osborne
Evans-Wentz, W. Y. (Walter Yeeling)
Taggert, James D.
Taggert, Katherine.
Payne, Theodora.
Stanford University. Libraries. Department of Special Collections and University Archives
Osborne, Raymond.
Osborne, Henry.
Payne, Rose.
Osborne, Sherill.

 

Letters and memoirs Series 1

 

Harriet Sophia (Hallie) Hyde Letters 1894-1895

Custodial History note

Gift of William Hyde Irwin, 1973

Scope and Contents note

Letters, 1894 to 1895, from Harriet Sophia (Hallie) Hyde, a freshman at Stanford, to her mother, Mrs. William Birelie Hyde, including one letter mentioning the campus reaction to news of the decision on the settlement of Leland Stanford's estate.
box 1, folder 1

Correspondence fom Harriet (Hallie) Hyde to her mother, Fall 1894 -Spring 1895

Physical Description: 10 items
 

Osborne Family letters Series 2 1871-1914

Scope and Contents note

April 2002: These letters have been removed and processed with additional letters as Osborne Family Papers (SC0636) 
 

Thomas A. Blake Diary 1907

Custodial History note

Purchased from Edward Morrill and Son, 1973

Scope and Contents note

This bound typescript entitled "A Semester at Stanford" includes contemporary photographs and a note from Blake to Mrs. A. G. Everett, describing the manuscript. Subjects include hazing, the Frosh-Soph Tie-Up, the Plug Ugly fights, excursions off campus, pajama parades, and the football game between Stanford and Berkeley.
box 1, folder 2

"A semester at Stanford," [1907], bound together with contemporary photographs

Physical Description: 124 pages
box 1, folder 3

Blake to Mrs. A. G. Everett; and unbound photographs Dec. 1908

 

Ernest Klette Letters 1904

Custodial History note

Gift of Mrs. Harold Hjelm, November 1975

Scope and Contents note

Ernest Klette attended Stanford University from 1902 to 1905; this series consists of two letters and one postcard from Klette to his sister Birdie discussing a reception for new students at Mrs. Stanford's house, the choir, and his schoolwork.
box 1, folder 4

Klette, Ernest Aug. -Nov. 1904

 

James D. Taggart and Katherine Taggart Spinks Papers 1905-1915

Custodial History note

Gift of Mr. Taggart Spinks, 1975

Scope and Contents note

Miscellaneous receipts, cancelled checks, and student documents of James Dean Taggart, class of 1909, and Katherine Taggart Spinks, class of 1914.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Taggart, James Deacon.
Spinks, Kathrine Taggart.
box 1, folder 5

Taggart, miscelleous documents 1905-1915

 

John Colliver Letters and Memorabilia 1894-1895

Custodial History note

Gift of Mrs. Nancy Bohlander, 1976

Scope and Contents note

This series consists of four letters from J. T. Colliver to his son John Adams Colliver (A.B. 1896) at Stanford, along with a handwritten fight song and miscellaneous receipts.
box 2, folder 13

Colliver, John 1894-1895

 

Frederic Jewell Perry Letters 1896-1900

Custodial History note

Gift of Mrs. Ruth G. Allen, 1976

Scope and Contents note

This series contains approximately 125 letters from Frederic Jewell Perry, class of 1900, to his mother, discussing student life on campus, especially the affairs of the Kappa Sigma fraternity.
box 2, folder 14

Letters 1896 -1898

box 2, folder 15

Letters 1899 -1900

 

William Henry Schulte Letter 1893

box 2, folder 16

Schulte, William Henry (A.B. May 1895) to his sister Nannie, discussing professors and literary activities. 1893 Nov. 5

 

Tex Bollman Allen Papers 1929-1930

Scope and Contents note

This collection of papers from Tex Bollman Allen, class of 1933, includes his letters to his family discussing his friends, sports, classes, and potential fraternity life; one letter from Benjamin A. Clark, 3 Dec. 1929; and miscellaneous receipts and notes.
box 2, folder 17

Receipts, notes, and letter from B. A. Clark

box 2, folder 18

Letters to Allen family, Jan. 1930 -May 1930

 

Herbert Stanton Marshutz Letter 1941

box 2, folder 19

Letter to Kenneth Smith, Stanford Alumni Association, regarding the Stanford Crew Team of 1912 to 1918 1941 Dec. 24

 

Austin Kautz Letter 1892

box 2, folder 20

Letter to Bessie Anderson regarding the December 1892 Big Game 1892 Dec. 17

Physical Description: Transcript included
 

Lloyd Nolan Letter

box 2, folder 21

Letter to Dave, (possibly David Lamson), relating to Nolan's blossoming stage career 17 April (1935?),

 

Payne Family Letters 1895-1897

Scope and Contents note

These letters were written by Rose Payne, A.B. 1898, and Theodora Payne, A.B. 1900, to "Nannie" in San Jose, possibly an aunt. They describe their student life at Stanford including classes and lectures, athletics, sorority matters, and social events with other students and faculty. There is also some mention of Jane Stanford and the govenment suit against the estate of Leland Stanford.
box 2, folder 22

Correspondence 1895

 

Freshman-Sophomore reception; death of Mrs. Pease. 1895 October 6

 

Production of "Tribly;" Bonfire; celebration on account of decision for suit processions. 1895 October 13

 

Sorority question-refusal of Kappa bids. 1895 October 18

 

Roble reception for the faculty. 1895 October 28

 

Big Game; Thanksgiving Day at Stanford. 1895 November 10

 

Big Game results; Thanksgiving vacation and dance; course descriptions. undated

 

Cheating incident; possible appointment of student committee on cheating; burning of the chemical lab; Prof. Anderson's article on "Napoleon's Retreat from Moscow." 1895 December 17

box 2, folder 23

Correspondence 1896

 

Prof. Clarke description; Fort Stoniax bank failure. 1896 Feb.

 

Celebrations over suit decision; Founder's Day; University committees. 1896 March 15

 

Vacation dances; Prof. Anderson's course. 1896 March 24

 

Chancy M. Deperd speech with Cornelius Vanderbilt. 1896 March 4

 

House mortgage; junior dance. 1896 April 20

 

Exams and commencement; Roble reception for the faculty. 1896 May 4

 

French Revolution lectures; English 11; Stanford Day. 1896 May

 

Commencement week. 1896 May 29

 

Description of courses. 1896 Sept. 4

 

McKinley's election; Dr. Jordan's party; Thanksgiving Dance. 1896 November 8

 

Visit with Mrs. Stanford; description of her home and dress and personality. 1896 Nov. 14

 

Card party at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Angell with Dr. and Mrs. Fairclough. 1896 Nov.

 

Winning of Big Game; pride in the University; Thanksgiving.

 

Thanksgiving Dance; Mrs. Stanford's contribution. 1896 Nov. 29

 

Prof. Hudson's course re Mathew Arnold. 1896 Dec. 11

box 2, folder 24

Correspondence 1897

 

Suspension of 7 Roble girls and Mrs. Clement (Roble director) due to drinking incident; mentions Mrs. Baker as replacement. 1897 Jan. 1

 

Dr. Jordan's 46th birthday party; visit with Prof. Anderson and his family. 1897 Jan. 23

 

Jordan's poem published in Sequoia; dance with Sigma Rho Eta. 1897 Feb. 6

 

Invitation to Sophomore Cotilion. 1897 Feb. 16

 

Description of Cotilion; comments on fraternity question at Stanford. 1897 Feb

 

Informal party at the home of Prof. Allardice with Profs. Campbell, Kellogg, Fairclough and Hodges; proposed improvment of Roble dining room. 1897 March 2

 

New Orleans French Grand Opera Co. at the California and description of Shakespeare exam. 1897 March 15

 

Welsh rarebit party given by Mr. Nash in Encina; comments on the party, Mr. Nash.

 

Intercollegiate field day and debate. 1897 April 25

 

Change in room and board. 1897 May 2

 

Jordan's reception for the seniors; mentions Mrs. Stanford. 1897 May 31

 

Description of classes. 1897 Oct. 4

 

Lucy Allabach Correpondence 1891-1895

box 2, folder 25

Transcripts of Allabach's letters to family, primarily her mother, 1891-1895

 

Edward Meylan Memoirs 1979

Custodial History note

Gift of Edward F. Meylan, 1979
box 2, folder 26

Typescript memoirs of his student life stressing influence of particular professors 1924-1927

 

Myron Burr Correspondence 1905-1940

Scope and Contents note

This series includes letters by Myron Burr, class of 1907, written while a student, describing Jane Stanford's funeral and the 1906 earthquake; and correspondence pertaining to reunions of the Class of 1907, 1932-1940.
box 3, folder 1

Correspondence 1905-1906

box 3, folder 2

Correspondence 1932-1940

 

Irma Zschokke Crawford Diary 1968

box 3, folder 3

Diary describing life in early Palo Alto, impressions of Jane Stanford, and experiences in the 1906 earthquake at Stanford. 1886-1968

Physical Description: Photocopy of typescript.
 

Samuel B. Durand Correspondence 1893-1894

Custodial History note

Gift of Samuel R. Durand, 1981 and 1982

Scope and Contents note

Samuel B. Durand earned his Civil Engineering degree in May 1894; these letters to his brother discuss campus buildings, Benjamin Harrison's lecture series, Junior Day activities, Berkeley Day activities, student tennis matches, and his negative impression of David Starr Jordan, the University President.
box 3, folder 4

Letters to his brother 1893-1894

 

Charles Bartlett Dyke Papers 1893-1896

Custodial History note

Gift of P. Meissner, 1979
box 3, folder 5

Diary of a journey from Ohio to California; and cash accounts at Stanford University 1893; 1894-1896

 

W. Y. Evans-Wentz Papers 1906-1927

box 3, folder 6

Letters of recommendation from David Starr Jordan, Orrin Leslie Elliott, and J. E. McDowell; and letter from Evans-Wentz to Ray Lyman Wilbur regarding an educational trust fund, endowing a professorship at Stanford.

 

Student notes, unidentified

box 3, folder 7

List of rules for student conduct, undated

 

Burnham P. Beckwith Papers 1923-1924, 1982

Custodial History note

Gift of Burnham P. Beckwith, January 1983

Scope and Contents note

These papers of Beckwith, class of 1926, include letters, a class paper, and a chapter from his autobiography. Subjects in the letters include his academic work, being on the staff of the student newspaper, excursions to San Francisco, his activities on the debating team, athletic and social events, and lectures attended, with occassional discussion of ideas such as socialism and religion.
box 3, folder 8

Letters home to his parents 1923 Jan. -Nov.

box 3, folder 9

Letters home to his parents; paper on religion; and two photographs : Beckwith with friends and Branner Hall 1924

box 3, folder 10

"My four years at Stanford, 1922-1926." Chapter VI, Autobiography of Burnham Putnam Beckwith, circa 1982

 

Walter E. Nichols Letters 1898-1899

Custodial History note

Gift of Mrs. Winifred Gabrielson, April 1984
box 3, folder 11

Letters, Six letters to his cousin, Mabel Sept. 1898-April 1899.

 

Henrietta Martin Letters 1893-1986

box 3, folder 12

Two letters from Ellen F. Thompson; three letters from Dora Murdy 4 Jan. 1893 and 30 Oct. 1893; 24 Dec. 1895, 12 Jan. 1895, and 26 March 1896

 

Ethel C. Duncan Letter 1906

Custodial History note

Gift of Mrs. Ralph Weinrichter, 1992
box 3, folder 13

Letter to Andrew Durham, describing what she likes about Stanford, the fraternities, the surrounding countryside, and the students. 19 Jan. 1906

 

Alva Emrich Barzen Letters 1913

Custodial History note

Purchased from Howard Hein, 1985
box 3, folder 14

Two letters to his family describing his race at a track event, writing for the student newspaper, fraternity life and affairs, and meetings with Charles Lathrop, business manager for the University, and John C. Branner, President of the University.

 

James Cone Letter 1900 Oct. 6

Custodial History note

Gift of Mrs. Dorothy Cone Moore, 1985
box 3, folder 15

Letter to his mother concerning football, boarding costs and the members of his club, and family matters.

 

Michitaro Sindo Letters 1901-1902

Custodial History note

Gift of Mrs. Dorothy Cone Moore, 1985

Biographical/Historical note

Michitaro Sindo, a Japanese student at Stanford from 1900 to 1906, worked with David S. Jordan on ichthyological studies and the Commission to study Hawaiian fishes. While at Stanford he was tutored by Elizabeth Cone, who earned her A.B. in English in 1901 and was a graduate student and assistant in the English Department, 1906-1908.

Scope and Contents note

These letters to Cone discuss his ichthyological work in Hawaii with Dr. Jordan, 1901, and in Samoa with Jordan and Dr. Kellogg, 1902; his description of Samoa and its people, including his visit to Robert Louis Stevenson's residence and grave; his assessment of Japanese home and social life (in reaction to an article in Outlook); and his academic work at Stanford, 1901.
box 3, folder 16

Letters to Elizabeth Cone 1901-1902

 

Carl Emil Knecht Letters 1895-1896

Custodial History note

Gift of Peter and Carl Knecht, 1985

Biographical/Historical note

Knecht earned his B.A. in geology at Stanford in 1899 and his M.A. in 1900. After a year in California as a geologist, Knecht worked for several mining companies in South Africa. He died in Johannesburg on July 12, 1925.

Scope and Contents note

These letters were written to his family in Los Angeles from September 1895 to May 1896 and discuss his classes, exams, fees and expenses, the celebration on campus after decision in court case on Leland Stanford's estate, excursions to S. F. Bay, and advice from Dr. Branner. Also included is the English entrance exam test he took.
box 3, folder 17

Letters, and English exam 1895

box 3, folder 18

Letters 1896

 

Eri Horner Richardson Letters 1905-1906

Custodial History note

Gift of Eri Horner Richarson, Jr., 1985

Biographical/Historical note

Richardson attended classes at Stanford between 1905 and 1907. From evidence in the letters, he supported himself in part by rebuilding the Jordans' chimney after the 1906 earthquake.
box 3, folder 19

Letter from G. A. Clark; sheet on self-support for students; and letter from Jessie Knight Jordan, with endorsement by D. S. Jordan on Richardson's work 1905; 1905; 1906 Oct

 

Beulah Weeks Letter March 5, 1896

Custodial History note

Gift of Mrs. Beulah Weeks Hemenway, 1951
box 3, folder 20

Letter to family regarding celebrations on campus after decision in court case on Leland Stanford's estate and an excursions into Santa Cruz mountains in the snow

 

Joseph B. Scudder Letter Nov. 26, 1924

Custodial History note

Gift of Tom Flood, 2007

Biographical/Historical note

Scudder earned his A.B. in pre-law, June 1927.
box 3, folder 21

Letter to his parents discussing Big Game and upcoming appearance in Rose Bowl against Notre Dame and his activities on Thanksgiving Day

 

Leon Thomas David Letter July 6, 1921

Custodial History note

Gift of Carolyn David Eskra, 2007

Biographical/Historical note

David earned his A.B. in pre-law in June 1924 and his J.D. in 1926.
box 3, folder 22

Letter to his parents relating the "paddling" he experienced as an Encina freshmen by upper classmen as well as the dunking tradition

 

George A. Tarbell Letters 1902-1903

Acquisition Information

Gift of Mrs. Robert Jaffee, 1988.

Biographical / Historical

Tarbell earned his A.B. in electrical engineering in May 1907.
box 3, folder 23

Three letters to his family generally about life on campus and his classes, including an encounter with Prof. Marx.

 

Kurt Widmer minute letter January 1930

Acquisition Information

Gift of George Schaetti, 2010.
box 3, folder 24

Pre-printed “Stanford University Minute Letter” postcard sent to Grete Hoffman [Romer] Jan 21, 1930

Scope and Contents

The postcard has 6 segments with various options that the sender can check.
 

Mary Carol Stearns letters Accession ARCH-2015-160 1946

box 4, folder 1

1946-09-23

box 4, folder 2

1946-09-24

box 4, folder 3

1946-09-26

box 4, folder 4

1946-09-29

box 4, folder 5

1946-09-29

 

George D. Green letters Accession ARCH-2016-028 1960 Jan-Jun

Scope and Contents

Letters from George to then girlfriend (now wife) Anne Rose Green from Stanford in Germany IV; copies typed of letters to parents.

Processing Information

Letters scanned and returned to donor. Digital surrogates available.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Overseas Studies
box 1

Bartlett/Gould family letters and diaries Accession ARCH-2016-034 1906-1934

box 1

Mabel Bartlett letters circa 1906-1909

box 1

Richard Bartlett Gould letters and diary 1930-1934

 

Katherine J. Stephenson letters Accession ARCH-2016-035

box 1, folders 1-4

Letters from Italy 2015

 

Hall family letters Accession ARCH-2016-036 1916

box 1, folder 1

Letter from Benjamin Frederick Hall to Mrs. Addie S. C. Hall 1916-4-23

box 1, folder 2

Letter from Myron Crawford Hall to Benjamin Frederick Hall 1916-5-14

 

John Murray Huneke and Chrissie Kremer student letters ARCH-2016-050 1947-1983

Box 1, Folder 1

John Murray Huneke letters home 1947-1983

Box 1, Folder 2

Chrissie Kremer letters home from Vienna and Cliveden 1983

 

Chris Seaman letter ARCH-2016-059 1973

box 1

Letter from Chris Seaman to Diane, Ned, Kate, and Anne Keller 1973

 

Elaine Lindheim (Class of 1963) letters ARCH-2016-071 1960-1963

Scope and Contents

PDF scans of letters sent home from Elaine Lindheim (class of 1963).
 

Barbara Armentrout (Class of 1967) letters ARCH-2016-072 1965 Apr-Aug

Scope and Contents

PDF scans of letters sent home from Stanford in France X by Barbara Armentrout (class of 1967).
 

Mary Caballero (Class of 2018) letters ARCH-2016-073

Scope and Contents

PDF scans of letters sent home from Mary Caballero (class of 2018).
 

Ethan Meyers (Class of 2014) letters ARCH-2016-076 2013-2015

Scope and Contents

JPG images of letters sent home from Ethan Myers (class of 2014) on Mother's Day 2013 & 2015.
 

William Quinn (Class of 1992) letters home ARCH-2016-077 1991-1992

Scope and Contents

PDF scans of letters sent home from William Quinn (Class of 1992).
 

Marijean Crow (Class of 1979) letters ARCH-2015-129

box 1, folder 1

Letters 1975-1976

box 1, folder 2

Letters 1976-1979

 

Eric Johnson (Class of 1991) letter ARCH-2015-129 1990

box 1, folder 3

Letter 1990 May 10

 

Nancy Christine Smith letters ARCH-2016-081 1946-1947

box 1, folder 1

Letters 1946-1947

 

Robert Lowell Swetzer (Class of 1951) letters ARCH-2016-085

Box 1, Folder 1

Letters 1947-1952

 

Vickie Rozell (Class of 1981) letters ARCH-2016-086

 

Wendell Birkhofer (Class of 1978) letters ARCH-2016-087

 

William R. Poppino (Class of 1956) letters ARCH-2016-088

 

Julia Hamilton Conkling (Class of 1915, 1916 MA) letters ARCH-2016-089

box 1

Letters 1911-1913

box 2

Letters 1913-1915

box 3

Letters 1915-1916

Box 3

Photographs and memorabilia

 

Blossom Parke McBrier (Class of 1945) letter home Accession ARCH-2016-123

Box 1

Letter 1943

 

Fred Brosio (Class of 1957), letters Accession ARCH-2017-041 1953

 

Christina Kohlmann (Class of 2015), letters Accession ARCH-2017-042 2016

 

Lanny Levin (Class of 1971), letters, 1968 Accession ARCH-2017-043 1968

 

Madeleine Rowell (Class of 2018), letters Accession ARCH-2017-045 2015

 

Russell Smith (Class of 1941), letters Accession ARCH-2017-046 1938

 

Terry Yoschak Koehler (Class of 1966), letters Accession ARCH-2017-047 1962-1966

 

Theer, Maryeda Hayes (Class of 1957, MA 1958), letters Accession ARCH-2017-055 1953-1956

 

Peter King (Class of 1965), letters Accession ARCH-2017-056 1961-1965

 

Joseph L. Jacobs (Class of 1965) letters home Accession ARCH-2016-080 1961-2015

 

Emails and text messages Series 2

Scope and Contents

Email and text message correspondence between Stanford students and their families. Materials submitted to the University Archives electronically as part of the Stanford Alumni Legacy Project initiative. Emails are submitted directly to the Stanford University Archives at yourstanfordlegacy@stanford.edu; text messages are submitted directly to (415) 952-7241. Files consist of email and/or text messages, or screenshots thereof. Contextual explanations and descriptions of messages are sometimes provided by donors. File formats primarily include: .eml, .jpg, .pdf, .docx, .csv, and .htm.
 

Anonymous (Class of 2016) anon_001 2015

 

Bennett-Fite, Nicole (Class of 2016) 2013-2015

 

Bruzek, Laine (Class of 2016), texts Accession ARCH-ARCH-2017-048 2013

 

Clonts, Michael (Class of 1985) 1982-1983

 

Franich, Darren (Class of 2007) 2006

 

Glazer, Grant (Class of 2017) 2013

 

Goetze,Catherine (Class of 2018), texts Accession ARCH-2017-049 2016

 

Hua, Vanessa (Class of 1997) ARCH-2016-074 1995

 

Johnson, Bryant (Class of 2017) 2015

 

Larson, Sydney (MBA Class of 2015) ARCH-2016-075

 

Lucas, Christopher (Class of 2018) 2015

 

Morgan, Tamandra (Class of 2007), email Accession ARCH-2017-051 2007

 

Richardson, Kady (Class of 2018), texts Accession ARCH-2017-052 2015

 

Rosellini, Ben undated

 

Rosen, Valerie (Class of 2013) 2009-2011

 

Rumberg, Roneil (Class of 2015) 2011

 

Seter, Jason (Class of 2018), texts Accession ARCH-2017-053 2014

 

Sharpe (Class of 2015) 2015

 

Tjossem, Nora (Class of 2015) ARCH-2016-078 2011

 

Toews, Erica (Class of 2010), email Accession ARCH-2017-054 2008-2009

 

Weber, David (Class of 2018) 2014

 

Weintz Cerf, Beppie (Class of 1979) 1976-03-29

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Weintz Cerf, Beppie
Weintz, J. Fred, Junior