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Scope and Content Includes letters received by Anne Hadden, Irene Hardy, and Maude J. Wilson. Also includes letters collected by Miss Hardy. Correspondents include Edward Everett Hale, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Horace Mann, John Muir, Lincoln Steffens, John Steinbeck, and Woodrow Wilson.
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Meeting minutes of the board of governors.
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Major Correspondents TERMAN: MAJOR CORRESPONDENTS The following list includes only major correspondents in the Terman collection. For a complete index to the Terman collection of personal and corporate names, see the card index of the Terman collection in the Stanford University Archives. Abramowitz, Moses Abramson, Norman Adams, Dwight B Albert, Arthur L Alford, Andres Alger, Philip Allen, Peter C Allyn, Nathaniel C Almond, Gabriel Alway, Robert H American Association for the Advancement of Science American Council on Education American Institute of Electrical Engineers American Telephone and Telegraph Angell, James B Anliker, Max Arbuckel, Ernest C Arizona, University of Armstrong, Edwin H Arrow, Kenneth Ayer, William E Axt, Richard Bacchetti, Raymond C Bacon, David C Bailey, George Bailey, Stuart L Bailey, Thomas A Baker, W R G Barus, David N Beadle, George Bechtel, Stephen D Bell Telephone Laboratories Benjamin, Curtis G Bennett, Merrill K Bennett, Rawson Berkner, Lloyd Beverage, ... Read More
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SCOPE AND CONTENT This collection includes letters, postcards, bills, and clippings, representing persons in the fields of education and librarianship. Of note are the 181 items pertaining to William James, including 164 letters from James to F. C. S. Schiller discussing pragmatism, humanism, and personal matters.
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Professional and personal correspondence, ephemera, manuscripts, photographs, technical reports and publications, ca. 1910 to 1980.
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Business and design records from the early days of the Atari Corporation. Includes contracts, schematics, video game designs, and production orders for Pong.
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Honors theses written by undergraduates in the Stanford University Symbolic Systems Program.
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Correspondence about Professor Ross' dismissal, including resignation letters of faculty departing in protest, news clippings, pamphlets, and pamphlets by Ross.
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The papers consist primarily of notes and photographs created by Abbott for use in the classroom.