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Guide to the Carl Breer Notebooks
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Digital copy of three notebooks primarily pertaining to Stanford University compiled by Breer; original notebooks include photographs, maps, clippings, postcards, receipts and bills, tickets, letters, and Breer's text. Subjects in volume 1 include Stanford history, college life, his fraternity (Sigma Alpha Epsilon), campus machine shop and his fellow engineering students. Volume 2 covers his son Fred's graduation at Stanford in 1943; the career of Dr. William Durand, including correspondence between Durand and Breer, 1949-54; and the Herbert Hoover home in Iowa. Subjects in volume 3 include Stanford's president J. E. Wallace Sterling, reunions of the Class of 1909, and the Carl Breer Library in the fraternity housing on campus.
Carl Breer earned his a.b. in mechanical engineering at Stanford University in 1909.
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Access: any reproduction requires permission from the Breer family.