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  • Language of Material: English
    Contributing Institution: Department of Special Collections and University Archives
    Title: Ray Lyman Wilbur personal papers
    creator: Wilbur, Ray L. (Ray Lyman)
    Identifier/Call Number: SC0064B
    Physical Description: 167.5 Linear Feet
    Date (inclusive): 1829-1949
    Date (bulk): bulk

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    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.

    Ownership & Copyright

    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.
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    Cite As

    [identification of item], Ray Lyman Wilbur Personal Papers (SC0064B). Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.

    Biographical/Historical note

    Ray Lyman Wilbur graduated from Stanford University (B.S. 1896, M.S. 1897) and from Cooper Medical College (M.D. 1899). He served as lecturer and professor of physiology and of medicine (1897-1903), Dean of the Cooper Medical College (Stanford) (1911-1916), third President of Stanford University (1916-1943), Chancellor of Stanford, and Secretary of the Interior (September 1929-1933) under President Hoover.

    Scope and Contents note

    Collection includes correspondence; scrapbooks; publications; speeches and trip notes; rough draft of Wilbur's "Memoirs"; R. L. Wilbur's will; honorary degrees; letters from Marguerite Blake Wilbur (Mrs. R. L. Wilbur) to her children, some of which are titled ("Doings"); and files on associations with which Wilbur was involved, friends and associates, clubs to which he belonged, conferences, and issues such as environmental protection, civil defense during World Wars I and II, prohibition, and anti-vivisection. Among the correspondents are Herbert Hoover, Northcutt Ely, Robert Eckles Swain, and Timothy Hopkins. Papers also include Wilbur family correspondence (1829-1949).
    Title Date
    The Bulletin, Extra Edition (Death of President Harding) 1923 Aug 3
    San Francisco Journal Death of President Harding) 1923 Aug 3
    San Francisco Chronicle (Death of President Harding) 1923 Aug 3
    San Francisco Examiner (Death of President Harding) 1923 Aug 3
    San Francisco Examiner (Funeral for President Harding) 1923 Aug 4
    San Francisco Examiner (Funeral for President Harding) 1923 Aug 5
    The Bulletin (President Harding's Funeral) 1923 Aug 10
    Philadelphia Public Ledger (Special edition on US Presidents) 1925 Mar 1
    New York Times (Honoring Lindbergh) 1927 June 5
    New York Times (Honoring Lindbergh) 1927 Jun 12
    San Francisco Chronicle (Hoover Presidential Inauguration) 1929 Mar 5
    San Francisco News (Coolidge's death) 1933 Jan 5
    San Francisco Chronicle (Coolidge's death) 1933 Jan 6
    San Francisco Examiner (Coolidge's death) 1933 Jan 6
    The Call Bulletin (Coolidge's death) 1933 Jan 5
    Palo Alto Times (Fiftieth Anniversary of Stanford University) 1941 Mar 7
    New York Times (Kennedy Shot in Dallas) 1963 Nov 23
    San Francisco Examiner (Death of Roosevelt) 1945 Apr 13
    San Francisco Chronicle (FDR dies) 1945 Apr 13
    Title Year
    European Sanitation Observations 1904
    Report on an Epidemic of Diphtheria 1904
    Routine Treatment and Complications of Typhoid Fever 1905
    An Unusual Case of Antitoxin Rash 1906
    Some Points on the Symptoms and Localization of Intestinal Carcinomata, with Report on Four Cases 1908
    Department of Medicine, Stanford University 1911
    Abnormal Body Temperatures in Injuries of the Cervical Spinal Cord 1911
    Some Relations of the Nervous Mechanism of the Heart to Drug Effects, as Indicated by experiments on the Terrapin 1911
    The Significance of Pelvic Pain 1911
    Should There be Two Degrees in Medicine? 1911
    Some Glimpses of Dr. Jordan 1911
    Urobilin: Its Clinical Significance 1912
    Early Diagnosis of Epidemic Poliomyelitis 1912
    The Teaching of Therapeutics 1913
    The Physician of the Future 1913
    A Charity with No Evil Features 1913
    Medical Inspections of the Industries-National, State, Municipal, or Private 1914
    The Therapeusis of Pericarditis 1914
    Surgery of Peptic Ulcer 1914
    Medicine as a Vocation 1914
    Early Symptomatology of Subacute Bacterial Endocarditis 1914
    Leukemia-an Infection? 1915
    The Education of the Physician 1915
    The Public Health Question in San Francisco 1915
    Address to the Graduating Class of Nurses from the Training School of the San Francisco Hospital 1915
    Medical Inspection of the Industries 1915
    Expectations from Student Self Government 1916
    The University and Social Service 1916
    President Wilbur's Address to Graduates 1916
    The University and the American Spirit 1916
    Research 1916
    Remarks of President Ray Lyman Wilbur at Vocational Guidance Assembly 1917
    Anti-vivisection 1917
    Duty of Americans in Present Crisis 1917
    Research and its Applications 1917
    The Look Ahead 1917
    Inescapable Responsibility 1917
    A Faculty Viewpoint 1917
    Address to the Graduates 1917
    Letter to Miss Addie Wright 1917
    Stanford Mena and the War 1917
    Food and the War 1917
    Transactions and Proceedings of the National Association of State Universities 1917
    Memoirs of Benvenuto Cellini 1918
    The Response of the American People to the Messages and Policies of Mrs. Hoover 1918
    Theodore Roosevelt 1919
    War Problems and Food 1918
    Fighting with Food 1918
    The Relation of the Hospital to the Community 1918
    Commencement Address 1918
    Food in the War Today 1918
    Social Insurance 1918
    Food Conservation for World Relief 1918
    United States Food Administration 1918
    The Standpoint of the Physician 1919
    Success 1919
    Russia, Our Neighbor 1919
    American Citizenship, the World Ideal 1919
    Letter to Blauer, Miss Emma 1919
    Address to Graduating Class 1919
    Letter to Kane, Thomas F. 1919
    The Needs of Stanford 1919
    League of Nations 1919
    Letter to Stevenson, A. E. 1919
    Letter to Daniels, A. H. 1919
    The Opportunity of the American Woman 1919
    Hoover, Herbert-A Personal Sketch 1920
    Stanford and Medicine 1920
    Foreword 1920
    Letter to Barnes, Julius H. 1920
    Address to Graduating Class 1920
    America's Opportunity 1920
    The Problems of the Endowed University 1920
    Letter to Bryan, Sam 1920
    Limitations of Students: A Problem 1920
    Letter to Allen, Charles S. 1921
    Address to San Francisco Conference of Secondary and Normal Schools 1921
    Letter to Keesling, Francis V. 1921
    Letter to Orth, Charles D. 1921
    Stanford's Progress is Measured 1921
    Public Health 1921
    Recreation and Health 1921
    The Relation of the Church to Public Health 1921
    Medicine-A Look Ahead 1922
    The University of the Future-A Recruiting and Training Center for the Public Health Professionals 1922
    Remarks on the Gifted Student 1922
    Letter to Considine, John 1922
    Letter to Goodrich, Leroy R. 1922
    Universities Helping to Solve Industrial Problems of Industrial Relations 1922
    Report on Undergraduate Medical Curriculums: What Subjects, if any, Should be Transferred to the Graduate Medical School? 1922
    Medical Education of Present and Near Future 1922
    Educational Standards in Physiotherapy 1922
    Address to the Conference on Educational Research and Guidance 1922
    Stanford of the Past and the Present 1922
    Address to Graduating Class 1922
    Public Health and Human Welfare vs. Mosquito 1922
    Animal Experimentation vs. Antivivisection 1923
    Antivivisection and Popular Legislation-Practical Observation 1923
    Letter to Work, Hubert 1923
    Address to the Graduating Class 1923
    Human Welfare and Modern Medicine 1923
    El progreso del genero humane y la medicina moderna: Discurso presidencial 1923
    The Advantages of Distribution of Research Funds to Universities Rather than to Independent Research Institutions 1923
    The Doctor's Service to Humanity 1923
    Yes, Better Health is Due to the Doctors 1923
    Periodical Physical Examinations 1923
    Progress of Medicine and Surgery since 1901 1923
    Religion and Man as a Social Animal 1924
    Why We Have Schools 1924
    Statement to the California Journal 1924
    Address to the Academy of Medicine of Cincinnati 1923
    Why Have a Periodical Examination? 1924
    The Eclipse of Magic in Medicine 1924
    Address before the House of Delegates of the American Medical Association 1924
    Address to Graduating Class 1924
    The New Public Health 1924
    Objectives of Public School Education 1924
    Maintaining Standards Without Excessive Standardization 1924
    Public Health Preventive Medicine and Scientific Progress are Analyzed by Wilbur, Dr. Ray Lyman 1924
    Stanford University 1925
    Intelligence First 1925
    The New Public Health 1925
    American Republic Indebted to Washington's Intelligence 1925
    Voluntary Management of Community Problems 1925
    The Future Practitioner 1925
    Address to the Students of the University of Illinois College of Medicine 1925
    The Place for the Western University 1925
    Address to Graduating Class "Blinders" (under Publications-"A-C") 1925
    Religion's Allies Towards the New Day 1925
    Fraternity Chapters 1925
    Letter to San Francisco Examiner 1925
    The Institute of Pacific Relations 1926
    Address at Speakers Dinner, Community Chest 1926
    The Community Chest 1926
    Health as a Business Asset 1926
    The Junior College: A Message 1926
    Address to the Stanford Conference on Business Education 1926
    Stanford's Limitation of Students 1926
    President Wilbur Outlines the Future 1926
    Saving Time in the Medical School 1926
    Address Given at Laying of the 1926 Class P1ate 1926
    Address to Graduating Class 1926
    Eugenics and Public Health 1926
    Public Health Situation in California 1926
    The Lag in the Health Program 1926
    The Good Old Days are Gone -- Forever! 1926
    Knowing How and Why 1926
    What's Education For? 1926
    Mutual Understanding in the Pacific 1926
    Further Limitations of the Lower Division 1926
    The Future Program of Stanford 1927
    Memorandum 1927
    Altering the Medical Curriculum 1927
    Address to the Graduating Class 1927
    An Interpretation of America in Pacific Relations 1927
    The Position of the Institute 1927
    The Honor System in Medical Practice 1927
    An Adventure in Friendship 1927
    Progress in Higher Education in the United States 1927
    Statement for the San Diego Tribune 1927
    The Cost of Medical Care 1928
    Shadow Diplomacy Passing 1928
    Herbert Hoover 1928
    Interview for Stanford Daily 1928
    Review of The Restless Pacific 1928
    To the Alumni 1928
    The Conference Method in International Relations 1928
    Stanford Is All Right 1928
    The Sixth Pan American Conference 1928
    Medical Progress in an Economic World 1928
    Stanford Is All Right 1928
    Address to Graduating Class 1928
    The Committee on the Cost of Medical Care 1928
    1928 "Quad" Dedicated to Hoover, Herbert 1928
    The Cost of Medical Care 1928
    Address to New Students, for Stanford Daily 1928
    Statement on the value of Public Health Nursing to the Nurse 1928
    Statement sent to National Organization for Public Health Nursing 1928
    Hoover—the Beloved Chief 1928
    Address on Matriculation Sunday, Stanford University 1928
    The New Day: Campaign Speeches of Hoover, Herbert, Introduction to 1928
    The Havana Conference of 1928 1928
    The New Childhood 1928
    Greetings to the Members of the California Scholastic Press Association 1928-1929
    The Cost of Medical Care 1928-1929
    Stanford Handbook 1928-1929
    President-Elect Hoover 1929
    United States Veterans Bureau Medical Bulletin 1929
    The Relationship of Medical Education to the Cost of Medical Care 1929
    Message to 1929 Stanford Quad 1929
    Contributions of the Laboratory to the Progress of Civilization 1929
    Hoover Overseas and War Service Organizations 1929
    Science in the Government 1929
    Blinders for Youth 1929
    Address at the Inauguration of the President of the University of New Mexico 1929
    Radio Speech 1929
    Talk at Red Cross 1929
    The Relationship of Medical Education to the Cost of Medical Care 1929
    Local Self Government in Education 1929
    The American Home in Citizenship Training 1929
    "Shifting Standards of Student Conduct" Address to Eleventh Annual Conference of the National Association of Dear and Advisors 1929
    Remarks before the Radio Education Conference 1929
    Wayside Improvements 1929
    The Laboratory in Civilization 1929
    Pioneers of Today 1929
    Uncle Sam Has a New Indian Policy 1929
    Remarks at the opening of the Conference on Oil Conservation 1929
    The Future of the Public Domain 1929
    National Parks-An American Institution 1929
    Tackling a Huge Construction Problem 1929
    Address before the American Dental Association 1929
    Taming Wild Oil Wells 1929
    Medicine in Service 1929
    The Place of the Fraternity in the Future University 1929
    Address in connection with the Washington Tuberculosis Seal Sale 1929
    What About Our Public Lands 1929
    Statement to the Committee on expenditures in the Executive Departments 1929
    The Committee on the Cost of Medical Care 1930
    Talk in connection with the Meeting of National Student Federation of the United States 1930
    Speech in behalf of the Voters' Service of the National League of Women Voters 1930
    Children in a Modern World 1930
    The Anticipation of Future Needs 1930
    Address at the Twentieth Anniversary Dinner of the Boy Scouts of America 1930
    Address at the conference of Liberal Arts Colleges 1930
    Flexible Standards 1930
    The First Three Years' Work of the Committee on the Costs of Medical Care and Its Plans for the Future 1930
    Facts to Face the Future: The Task of the Committee on the Cost of Medical Care 1930
    The Educational Mill 1930
    Better Homes in America 1930
    Address before the American Child Health Association Conference for the State May Day Chairmen 1930
    Our Test Tube Civilization 1930
    Address Made on the Collier's Radio Hour 1930
    Better Homes Week Programs in 6500 Communities 1930
    Education and Health, a Community Problem 1930
    The Advancing Profession 1930
    Some Aspects of the World Movement for Mental Health 1930
    Man, the Experimenter 1930
    The Forward Advance of Medicine 1930
    Address to the Conference of State and Provincial Health Authorities of North America 1930
    Higher and Higher Education 1930
    Address before the Committee on Recreation and Physical Education of the White House Conference on Child Health and Protection 1930
    Speech in connection with the International Good-will Program for the American School of the Air 1930
    Address at the National Oratorical Contest 1930
    Memorandum-Warburg Testimonial Meeting 1930
    Government, Industry, and Conservation 1930
    A Nation Looks at Its Children 1930
    Speech Naming Hoover Dam 1930
    Evening Talk at Las Vegas, Nevada 1930
    The White House Conference and the Rural Child 1930
    Continental Conservation 1930
    The Role of Education in the Advancement of Mankind 1930
    Radio Address 1930
    Speech in the National Radio Forum 1930
    Address in connection with the Negro Education Program of American Education Week 1930
    A Survey and a Challenge 1930
    Tomorrow the Child Will Be King 1930
    Address at the National Pioneer Dinner of the Oregon Trail Memorial Association (A Tribute to the Western Pioneers by All the States of the Union), on the 100th Anniversary of the Birth of Egra Meeker 1930
    Finding of the President's Conference on Home Building and Home Ownership 1931
    Salvaging the Small Colleges 1931
    Address before the Governors Conference on Oil 1931
    Der Fortschritt der Menscheit durch Bildung 1931
    Address delivered at the National Education Association Building 1931
    Address at the Special Convocation at Gallaudet College 1931
    Damning the Oil Flood 1931
    Address to the Trustees of the Lincoln Memorial University 1931
    Mental Health as a National Problem 1931
    Illiteracy 1931
    Holidays with the President 1931
    The Indian Today 1931
    Speech to the Military Order of the World War 1931
    The Health Officer as an Educator 1931
    Your Child's Health 1931
    Two Years of the Department of the Interior 1929-1931
    Address at the Dedication of the Institute of Human Relations, Yale University 1931
    A Philosophy of American Education 1931
    The Radio in Our Republic 1931
    A New Day for the Indian 1931
    A Progress Report at the Department of the Interior 1931
    Address at the Smith Vocational Training High School 1931
    Slide Rule Civilization 1931
    Commencement Address at the New York University 1931
    Moulding Men 1931
    Unshackled Universities 1931
    Let's Be Health 1931
    Address at the Dedication of Lassen National Volcanic Park 1931
    Health Instruction the Best Social Insurance 1931
    Dedication of the Colonial National Monument 1931
    Address in connection with the Chicago Regional Conference of the White House Conference on Child Health and Protection 1931
    Speech in connection with the Wingate Athletic Club 1931
    Speech Accepting Deeds to Lands in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park 1931
    Some Educational Blue Prints 1931
    The Hope of the Children's Charter 1931
    The Widening Functions of the Teacher 1931
    Jordan, David Starr 1931
    As I Know Hoover, Herbert 1931
    Let Us Provide Better Homes 1931
    The Role of the Hospital in the Sphere of Health 1931
    Speech before the Young Republicans of New Jersey 1931
    Speech in connection with the Community Chest Drive 1931
    Keeping the Doctor Up to Date 1931
    Self-Management, the Basis of Citizenship 1931
    Speech at the National Republican Club 1931
    The Fundamental Place of the Hospital in the Practice of Medicine 1931
    Talk before the Board of Consultants on School Finances 1931
    Washington as Pioneer 1931
    Making Democracy Safe 1931
    Knowing How and Why 1932
    The Economics of Public Health and Medical Care 1932
    The Cost of Medical Care 1932
    Address at the District of Columbia Dental Society 1932
    Statement before a Sub-committee of the Senate Committee on the Judiciary 1932
    Child Conference Results 1932
    One Step Forward 1932
    Address to the Conference of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People 1932
    May Day-National Child Health day 1932
    Nutrition 1932
    Address in connection with the formal transfer the United States of the Birthplace of George Washington and the burial place of his ancestors 1932
    Children in National Emergencies 1932
    Rounding out the School Program 1932
    Address in connection the services of the Military Order of the World War 1932
    The Fundamental Place of the Hospital in Practice of Medicine 1932
    Choosing a Job in 1732 vs. Choosing a Job in 1932 1932
    National Parks in the East 1932
    Why a White House Conference? 1932
    Our Democracy at the Crossroads 1932
    Is Democracy Safe? 1932
    Address to the American Association of State Highway Officials 1932
    Address in connection with the Community Chest Drive 1932
    The High Points in the REcommendations of the Committee on the Costs of Medical Care 1932
    Medicine-A Pace-maker for Civilization 1932
    The Final Report of the Committee on the Costs of Medical Care 1932
    Better Homes and Better Nation 1932
    Science Guide the Department of the Interior 1932
    Camping and Education 1932
    Cubberly: His Significance to Stanford University 1932
    Address on University Development of Work in the Social Sciences 1932
    The Role of the Hospital in the Sphere of Health 1932
    Medicine at the Crossroads 1933
    Is This a New Renaissance 1933
    The Middle Class and Medical Costs 1933
    Stanford Aid for Students 1933
    Public Education Moves Up 1933
    The Conquest of Illness 1933
    Foreword in America's Little House 1934
    What is a University? 1934
    Medicine in Community Service 1934
    Community Nursing Needs 1934
    Educational Aspects of Radiology 1934
    Review of the Accomplishments of the council on Medical Education and Hospitals 1934
    Provision of Adequate Medical Care 1934
    University Training in Citizenship 1934
    Cherish our children 1934
    Some Points on Blue Print Medical Education 1934
    What Did Mr. Hoover Do? 1934
    Help for the Deafened 1934
    Talk at the Opening Assembly, Stanford University 1934
    Talk at Matriculation Sunday services 1934
    Message for the New Year's edition of the Japanese-American Courier 1934
    The Children's Charter 1934
    Inspection of Medical Schools and Survey of Medical Education 1934
    Review of Challenge to Liberty 1934
    Educations Future Contribution to Health 1934
    The Doctor's Part in Medical Care 1934
    Medicine 1934
    Art in an American City 1934
    The Prolongation of Life 1934
    Report of the council on Medical Education and Hospitals 1935
    University Men in a Practical World 1935
    Flock Flying 1935
    Greeting to Stanford Daily 1935
    Biology in the University of Tomorrow 1935
    Where is Stanford Going? 1935
    Talk at the Mark Twain Centennial Dinner, Bohemian Club 1935
    Speech at College of Physicians and Surgeons 1935
    Post-Doctoral Training for Productive Scholarship 1935
    Hopkins, Timothy—Stanford Man 1936
    Education Never Stops for the Doctor 1936
    Report of the Council on Medical Education and Hospitals 1936
    Speech to the American Provident Society 1936
    Saving as an Individual Responsibility 1936
    Address at the Dedication of the Stanford Memorial Hall 1936
    Keep Your Trail Clean 1936
    Man: A Saving Animal 1936
    Talk at Opening Assembly, Stanford University 1936
    Forward to Stanford University-A History of Twenty Five Years 1936
    Talk on Matriculation Sunday 1936
    Institute of Pacific Relations 1937
    People Need Desire to Understand to Take Advantage of Inventions 1937
    Statement for the San Diego Russ 1937
    Leadership in Medical Education 1937
    The King of Killers 1937
    Who Should Select America's Movies 1937
    Coasting 1937
    Final Words to Graduating Classes 1937
    The Health Status and Health Education of Negroes: A Critical Summary 1937
    Leadership in Medical Education 1937
    Statement to Palo Alto Times 1937
    Talk at the Dedication of the Timothy Hopkins Room in the Stanford University Libraries 1937
    Self-Management or Choices 1937
    The Significance of the Junior College with Particular Reference to Awarding the Bachelor's Degree at the end of the Sophomore Year 1937
    Talk to the Conference of social Hygiene Executives 1937
    Statement in A.R.A. Association Review 1937
    Tribute to Lanagan, James Francis 1937
    Camp Cooking 1937
    Stanford University 1937
    The March of Medicine 1938
    The Health Status of Negroes in the United States 1938
    Critique of a Congress 1938
    Greeting to the California Newspaper Publishers Association Meeting 1938
    The Old Guard and the New Recruit 1938
    Report of the Chairman of the Council on Medical Education and Hospitals of the American Medical Association 1938
    Message to The Key Reporter 1938
    Guest Editorial in Student Life 1938
    Statement for the Stanford Medical Alumni Bulletin 1938
    Statement for the Louisville, Kentucky Courier Journal 1938
    Report of Council on Medical Education and Hospitals 1938
    Medicals School, Internships, and Advancing standards in the Specialities 1938
    The Strategic Position of the Red Cross in Relation to Public Health Safety 1938
    Kellogg, Vernon Lyman, Scientist 1938
    Pacific House: The Theme Building of the Golden Gate International Exposition 1938
    Statement regarding Christmas Seal Campaign 1938
    The Commonwealth Club and California's Future 1938
    Comment on an article by Jones, Mark M. on "Has Education Let Business Down?", in Nation's Business 1938
    Blind Spots 1938
    International Expositions as Factors for Peace 1938
    Laboratory of Democracy 1938
    McDowell, John Eara 1938
    Choice 1938
    The Hospitals' Part in Medical Education 1938
    Letter to New Students in Stanford Daily 1938
    Address at Stanford University Assembly 1938
    Economic Illiteracy 1938
    My Word to Freshman 1938
    Letter to College Years 1938
    Education Appeals for Humanity 1938
    Message for Big Game Issue of The Stanford Daily 1938
    Foreword for booklet on New Building of the School of Education at Stanford 1938
    Comments sent to the editor of The Forum 1938
    What is a University? 1939
    The Pacific Area Golden Gate International Exposition 1939
    Statement Relative to the Anti-Semitism Movement 1938
    Letter for Motion Picture Research Council News-Bulletin 1938
    What America Owes Me 1939
    What I Owe America 1939
    Grandfather vs. Grandson in America Today 1939
    Stanford University 1939
    Remarks on Learning for Living Radio Program 1939
    Statement to Palo Alto Times regarding Stanford Alumni Conference 1939
    Culture of the Pacific 1939
    The Protection of the Public through the activities of the Council on Medical Education and Hospitals of the American Medical Association 1939
    Discussion of Odum, Howard, W's Paper, "The South as Testing Ground for the Regional Approach to Public Health and Welfare" 1939
    Three Appreciations of Pius XI 1939
    Social Hygiene-A Task of All the People 1939
    Preparing the Child for Citizenship 1939
    Radio's Responsibility 1939
    Notes relative to retiring Stanford University professors 1939
    California as a Home for Private Schools 1939
    Address to the Meeting of the American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business 1939
    Introduction of Biography of President Harding by Cyril Clemen 1939
    Man's Forward March 1939
    Statement to Palo Alto Times 1939
    The Drama League Can Influence the Films 1939
    Human Hopes 1939
    Greeting to Summer quarter faculty and students 1939
    The Goals of Education in a Democracy 1939
    Address at Opening Assembly, Stanford University 1939
    Socialized Medicine-A Misnomer 1939
    Remarks concerning a Symposium of "How can Hatred be Dissociated from the Church as it Affects the Jew" 1939
    Comments for the Palo Alto Times in connection with the 50th anniversary of the first motion pictures 1939
    Why We Are Especially Grateful this Thanksgiving for Freedom, Personal Liberty and the American Way of Life 1939
    A Message to Americans of Japanese Ancestry 1939
    Radio Talk in favor of Number 5 on Oil and Gas Control, Referendum of California Legislative Act 1939
    Statement to the Palo Alto Times regarding Angell, Professor Frank 1939
    Foreword to booklet on Pysiotherapy Therapy 1939
    Guest Editorial for the Chinese Digest 1939
    The Fore-Brain Behind 1939
    China Has Much to Offer 1940
    Foreword for book of selections from Epictetus by Sweet, Clytie 1940
    Human Hopes—A Talk about the Family 1940
    Health First 1940
    Statement for Stanford Daily on Finnish Relief 1940
    Interpretation of the Medical Profession by the Press 1940
    Progress in Graduate Medical Education 1940
    The University and the State 1940
    Medical Care for the American People 1940
    Resolution upon Retirement of Rockefeller, Jr., John D. as Chairman of the Rockefeller Foundation 1940
    Biological Engineers 1940
    Making Medical Care Available to the Average American 1940
    Medical Care for the American People 1940
    Establishing World Peace when the War Ends 1940
    Remaking Historical Attitudes 1940
    Personal Preparedness 1940
    In Appreciation 1940
    Mental Laundries 1940
    Commencement Address at Palo Alto Union High School 1940
    Wheels 1940
    Talk to Graduating Classes 1940
    Greetings to Summer Quarter faculty and students 1940
    Review of The Patient as a Person by Robison, M.D., C. Canby 1940
    Review of The Patient's Dilemma by Cabot, M.D., Hugh 1940
    Medical Care for All 1940
    Statement for editorial pages of New York Journal-American 1940
    Address to Stanford Students 1940
    Statehood for Hawaii 1940
    Do We Change? 1940
    Activities of the American Social Hygiene Association 1940
    Applied Common Sense in National Defense 1940
    Talk on "America's Town Meeting of the Air" radio program 1940
    Greetings to New Students 1941
    Foreword for We Pledged Allegiance 1941
    Provisions for the Care of the Sick 1941
    The Past Half century and Medical Education 1941
    Article for Stanford Today 1941
    The Beginning of a Journey of the British-American Ambulance 1941
    Stanford's Next Twenty-Five Years 1941
    Religion in the University 1941
    Prevention-An Ounce Is Not Enough Today 1941
    Universities in times of Strain 1941
    Professional Education and Licensure 1941
    Medicine in National Emergencies 1941
    Some War Aspects in Medicine 1941
    Statement on Student Extracurricular Activities 1941
    The Vision of Our Founders 1941
    Message for the Stanford Semi-Centennial Number of the Palo Alto Times 1941
    Where Are We? 1941
    Democracy and Commonsense 1941
    Our Pacific Destiny 1941
    A Statement on Selective Service 1941
    Review of Plague on Us by Geddes Smith 1941
    Statement on occasion of the 75th Anniversary of the National Board of Fire Underwriters 1941
    Greetings for Stanford Student Handbook 1941
    Foreword for the special 50th Anniversary Edition of the Stanford Daily 1941
    Should the Community Party be outlawed in the United States? 1941
    In Appreciation 1941
    Milestones 1941
    Stanford University 1941
    Greetings to Summer Quarter Faculty and Students 1941
    The Evolution of a Citizen 1941
    Milestones 1941
    You've Got the Biggest Job in the World 1941
    Greetings to New Students 1941
    Do You Think the Neutrality Act is consistent with America's interests, traditions and current policy? 1941
    What is Before Us? 1941
    Civics and Statecraft 1941
    Remarks at University Assembly in commemoration of the opening of Stanford University 1941
    Report on the Committee on Endowment Income to the Association of American Universities 1941
    The Stanford Student and the War Crisis 1941
    Stanford University 1941
    Message to The Japanese American Courier 1942
    Message for Stanford University War Bulletin No. 1 1942
    American and the World Panorama 1942
    Naval Aviation Recruitment Program 1942
    Annual Report of the President of Stanford University 1942
    Medical Care of the Civilian Population during War 1942
    What Should We Teach Our Youth Now? 1942
    Health and National Defense 1942
    Chancellor's Column 1942
    Grant, Joseph Donohoe 1942
    What every American citizen should be doing now to help win the War 1942
    Foreword to the Art of Falconry 1942
    The California Physician's Service and the Low Income Patient 1942
    Military Might 1942
    Review of Rabies by Leslie T. Webster, M.D. 1942
    Message for Cinema Forum 1942
    Review of Society and Medical Progress by Stern, Bernhard 1942
    Discourso Radial in La Revista Americana de Buenos Aires 1942
    For Entering Students 1942
    Short Wave Broadcast to Latin America in honor of the University of chile 1942
    The University in War Time 1942
    Stanford Today 1942
    A Year Book of Public Health 1942
    The Need for Technical Training 1942
    Location and Movement of Physicians 1942
    Chancellor's Column 1943
    Review of The Furtherance of Medical Research, by Gregg, Dr. Alan 1943
    A Volunteer Health Organization 1943
    Report of the Council on Medical Education and Hospitals of the American Medical Association 1943
    The Volunteer Spirit in Food Saving 1943
    Stanford and the Army Training Program 1943
    Baccalaureate Services 1943
    Education in the United States after the War 1943
    The Widening Geographical Horizon 1943
    Foreword to Health Instruction Yearbook-1943 by Byrd, Oliver E. 1943
    The American Plan of Postwar Germany 1943
    Modern War and the Universities 1943
    The Human Family, Inc 1943
    A Mind Not Used Is A Mind Abused: A Message to Graduates 1943
    The University President Essential Characteristics for Success 1943
    The University's Part in Building the Citizenship of the World 1943
    Storey, Thomas A. 1943
    Better Health Care 1943
    The Quality of Freedom 1943
    Hoover, Lou Henry 1944
    The Ware Department and Higher Education 1944
    The Pacific: The Ocean of the Future 1944
    Medical Education Today 1944
    Stanford Traditions 1944
    The University and the Machine 1944
    Physical Medicine and the War 1944
    Baruch's Gift to Physical Medicine 1944
    Physical Medicine Gets a Boost 1944
    Our Mutual Hemispheric Horizon 1944
    Promiscuity as a Factor in the Spread of Venereal Disease 1944
    Christmas Message to Stanford medical faculty and alumni in armed forces 1944
    Statement on the Mayo Memorial 1944
    Report of the Chairman of the Council on Medical Education and Hospitals 1945
    Medical Service in California 1945
    Statement on death of Roosevelt, Franklin Delano for Stanford Daily 1945
    An Open Letter to the President of the United States 1945
    Social Hygiene in Relation to the Future of the Family 1945
    Guest Editorial for Pass in Review 1945
    Stanford University 1945
    China in America 1946
    The Development and Protection of High Educational Standards by the Medical Profession 1946
    La Fuerza de la familia es la fuerza del mundo 1946
    Foreword to Who's Who in Latin America 1946
    Memorandum of Conservation with Herbert Hoover 1947
    Talk given at California Social Hygiene Association 1947
    Foreword to booklet, "Responsibility of the Attorney General's Office in Venereal Disease Control" 1947
    Foreword for Essentials of Public Health by Shephard, Dr. William P. 1947
    Review of Mr. Jory by Hall, Wilbur 1947
    Statement on Compulsory Military Training 1947
    Review of California in our Times (1900-1940) by Glass, Robert, Cleland 1947
    Should Men Marry Early 1948
    My Faith 1948
    Tresidder, Donald Bertrand 1948
    Appreciation of Addis, Thomas 1948
    Gardner, David Charles 1949
    Rowell, Chester Harvey 1949

    Subjects and Indexing Terms

    Prohibition -- United States.
    Environmentalism -- California.
    Civil defense -- California.
    World War, 1939-1945
    World War, 1914-1918.
    Hoover, Herbert
    Motion Picture Research Council.
    California College in China.
    Wilbur, Marguerite Blake.
    Wilbur family.
    Swain, Robert E. (Robert Eccles)
    Association of American Universities.
    Hopkins, Timothy
    California State Park Commission.
    Golden Gate International Exposition. (Location of Meeting--San Francisco, Calif.); Data of meeeting of treaty signing--(1939-1940)
    Wilbur, Ray L. (Ray Lyman)
    Ely, Northcutt
    Commonwealth Club of California
    Wilbur, Ray L. (Ray Lyman)
    Sierra Club