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Guide to the Stanford University, President's Office, University Fees Records
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Correspondence, memoranda, and minutes pertaining to general fees, laboratory fees, and proposed fees for professional schools. Correspondents include David Starr Jordan, John C. Branner, Harris J. Ryan, William F. Snow, William F. Durand, A. B. Clark, John M. Stillman, George Peirce, Nathan Abbott, L. M. Hoskins, Frederick G. Woodward, George E. Crothers, Orrin L. Elliott, William R. Eckart, Ellwood P. Cubberley, John A. Bergstrom, John C. L. Fish, and Arthur W. Meyer. Departments and schools represented include law, education, engineering, chemistry, bacteriology, pharmacology, and human anatomy. Also included are the handwritten minutes kept by Guido H. Marx of a meeting between Jordan and the faculty of the engineering and education departments.
Stanford University, which opened in October 1891, did not charge tuition until January 1920.
0.25 Linear feet
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