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Guide to the Dorothy LeSuer Longmire Scrapbook and Notebooks
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Collection contains one scrapbook, 1914-1916, two lab notebooks, 1916, and one diary, 1915. The scrapbook documents her student life and includes invitations, dance cards, calling cards of fellow students, tickets, programs, clippings, and a few letters received. The notebooks are from lab experiments in a psychology course on such topics as muscle control, visual imagery, reaction time, memory, subjective rhythm, uncontrolled associations (linguistic), and word building. The diary contains entries from January into April and discusses her classes, social life (including the Stanford custom of "queening"), sorority matters, and other daily events.
Dorothy LeSuer attended Stanford University between 1914 and 1917; she was a member of Alpha Phi sorority. She married William Richard Longmire, Stanford class of 1916, in 1917.
0.5 Linear feet
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This collection is open for research.