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Guide to the Daniel C. Jacobsen Photographs of Stanford Student Life
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Photographs probably taken by David S. Jacobson, Stanford class of 1930. Images include designs for card stunts done by the cheering section at football games, ca. 1929; Zoology Club, 1927, with David Starr Jordan; students of the classes of 1928 and 1929, including Robert Wade King, James Ross Nichols, Leon Levi, and Major Bryant Godsol; group of male students on a road trip (many from the class of 1928); campus buildings, including Encina Commons, student union, boathouse, Mausoleum, and athletic buildings; the Angel of Grief; and a horse-drawn mower cutting grass on campus. There is also one photograph of Brawley Union High School, Brawley, CA (David Jacobson's home town).
0.25 Linear feet (36 items)
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