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Guide to the George Casper Branner Photograph Album
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Photographs from his student days at Stanford. Subjects include sports (crew, track, baseball, and rugby); student amusements such as parades, Big Game Bonfires, Frosh-Soph Tie-Up, and Rough's Day; commencement; individual and group portraits; campus scenes; women's fencing team; and Theodore Roosevelt's visit to campus. Faculty portraits include L.M. Hoskins, John M. Stillman, John C. Branner, David Starr Jordan, Ray Lyman Wilbur, D.C. Gardner, and W.F. Durand. There are also photographs of Sam McDonald and Frank Angell. Non-Stanford subjects include camping trips to Desolation Valley and Fallen Leaf Lake, and the Panama-Pacific International Exposition.
Branner, son of Stanford University President John Casper Branner, earned his a.b. in engineering at Stanford in 1915.
0.5 Linear feet
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This collection is open for research.