The scrapbook documents her student days at Stanford and includes programs, clippings, invitations, notes and letters, photographs,
ticket stubs, postcards, pen and ink drawings, music manuscripts, and other memorabilia. The photographs are of dorm rooms,
campus buildings, Mrs. Dunn's cat, other students, the student production of "The Knight of the Burning Pestle," staff for
the women's DAILY PALO ALTO, fraternity and sorority houses, and the booths in the Quad arcades created for the Promenade
Concert during the 1904 commencement week. Collection also includes the typescript text of Kimball's "Everyfreshman," a play
performed at the Delta Gamma house in ca. 1903.
Alice W. Kimball earned her A.B. in English at Stanford in 1904; as a student she was active in the English Club, wrote for
the women's editions of THE CHAPARRAL and the DAILY PALO ALTO, was associate editor of the student yearbook during her junior
year, and wrote the prize football song during her senior year. She died on April 10, 1928.
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