Professional and personal papers relating to Professor Shockley's controversial interests in environment and genetic influences on intelligence; research on transistors and electronics; and science education. Also includes extensive family materials including diaries and correspondence.
Scope and Contents The collection consists of student materials belonging to Agnes Ferguson, Amy Ferguson, Harry James Edwards, and Amy McNeil Edwards. These items document student life at Stanford between the late 1890s to the 1930s. Also included are reunion materials for the class of 1936 from 1956 and 1986.
Records consist primarily of booking files for programs, which include correspondence, schedules, notes, and materials related to the event or subject of programs. There are also a few administrative files pertaining to funding and an evaluation done in 1998.
Papers pertain to research done by Marmor along with Alexander L. George and Juliette L. George on Wilson?s health, in particular his ocular health, and include correspondence, articles, and historic sources.
Correspondence, journal, stock journal, bylaws, description of lands, water grants, legal documents and other papers pertaining to Leland Stanford's association with the Manzanita Water Company. Also includes papers relating to Leland Stanford's San Francisco properties and recommendations of the Pacific Improvement Company to sell Monterey Peninsula holdings.
Scope and Contents Note: This collection includes letters, a diary, photographs, and military documents of several different individuals and families pertaining to military matters as well as life back home.
Primarily professional correspondence and papers relating to his activities at Stanford and his work on national committees in the field of education; topics range from vocational education and career skills to human relations training and behavioral modification. Also includes departmental office files.
Content Description Materials include correspondence (both manuscript and typescript), diaries, newspapers, artwork, photographs, and ephemera created and collected by missionary teacher Charlotte Johnson. Most of the correspondence is from the time that Johnson went to China just after 1904-1914, while the diaries date from her school years (1890-1896). Much of the material relates to Johnson's missionary work in Shanghai, as well as her high school and college years at Northfield Academy and Middlebury College.