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Memorial Church on the Stanford University campus in Palo Alto, California

[Private Stanford Lea Jessee of Co. A, 29th Virginia Infantry Regiment in uniform with rifle and Bowie knife]

Leland Stanford to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, February 25, 1862 (Telegram regarding judicial appointment)

Leland Stanford to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, September 07, 1862 (Telegram reporting results of California elections)

Hon. L Stanford member of Congress?

Residience of Ex-Governor Stanford, Sacramento City

Occident. Owned by Leland Stanford. Driven by Jas. Tennant

The grand California filly Wildflower: by Electioneer - dam, by St. Clair. bred by Gov. Leland Stanford, at Palo Alto, Cal.

The California wonder hinda rose: By electioneer, dam Beautiful Bells, by the Moor. bred by Gov. Leland Stanford, at Palo-Alto, Cal.

Stanford's map of western Asia /

[California delegates to 50th Congress; head-and-shoulders portraits of T.L. Thompson, Marion Biggs, Joseph McKenna, George Hearst, Leland Stanford, William W. Morrow, Charles N. Felton, and William Vandever]

College girls play basket-ball - match game between students of Stanford University and the University of California

Stanford University, California /

Stanford Univ. B.B. Team in Tokyo

[Josephine Brown, a young woman brought to the photographer's studio in New York City by Stanford White, about 1900]

[Evelyn Nesbit about 1900 at a time when she was brought to the studio by Stanford White]

Nave and transept of Leland Stanford University Mem. Church, Palo Alto, Calif.

STANFORD, HOMER. ADMIRAL

STANFORD, HOMER. ADMIRAL

Residence of Senator [Leland] Stanford, wrecked by the terrible earthquake, Palo Alto, Calif.

San Francisco earthquake, April 18, 1906. Memorial Arch [in ruins], Leland Stanford University, Palo Alto

Ruins of Stanford Mansion and Hopkins Art Institute, San Francisco, Cal.

Ruins of Stanford Mansion and Hopkins Art Institute, San Francisco, Cal.

Stanford University crew - Poughkeepsie

[Stanford University crew rowing on Hudson River with Poughkeepsie Bridge, New York, in background]

[Stanford University crew, Hudson River, New York, near Poughkeepsie]

Stanford Varsity

Stanford varsity crew, Poughkeepsie

JORDAN, DAVID STARR. PRESIDENT, LELAND STANFORD UNIVERSITY

Stanford varsity, 1915

Stanford Track Team

Coach Guerena of Stanford

JORDAN, DAVID STARR. PRESIDENT, LELAND STANFORD UNIVERSITY

JORDAN, DAVID STARR. PRESIDENT, LELAND STANFORD UNIVERSITY

Commander Stanford C. Hooper, [6/27/22]

3 important figures connected with the Teapot Dome investigation. J.W. Zevely, Albert Fall and [...] Stanford, Attorney for Sinclair

H.G. Stanford, Attorney for Harry Sinclair who testified before the Senate Committee investigating the Teapot Dome oil lease

Harry F. Sinclair, multimillionaire oil magnate and his counsel at the Teapot Dome hearing, March 21st. Sinclair's counsel, led by Martin W. Littleton of N.Y., waged a 2 hr. legal battle with the oil committee in an efford to have their client excused from further questioning. Left to right: Martin W. Littleton, Col. J.W. Zevely, J.W. Simpson, Vice- Pres. of the Sinclair Oil Corp., Harry F. Sinclair, and G.T. Stanford

A national conference of business men to inquire into the costs and methods of distributing merchandise of all kinds was opened in Washington today, January 14th, at the Chamber of Commerce of the United States. Prominent men from all over the country attended the first session which was addressed by the Secretary of Commerce, Herbert Hoover, who outlined from the national viewpoint the problems in distributing. In the group, left to right, T.F. Whitmarsh of New York; General J.J. Carty, Vice-President of the American Telephone and Telegraph Company; C.L. Alsberg, Leland Stanford University of California and Herbert Hoover, Secretary of Commerce

1925 Big Game, Stanford 26 - U. of C. 14, Stanford Stadium, Nov. 21st, 1925

Stanford team in Tokyo, 8/27/26

Printing shops in Washington for Stanford Paper Co. Man working at printing press XII

Printing shops in Washington for Stanford Paper Co. Man at desk I

Printing shops in Washington for Stanford Paper Co. Man checking printed material VIII

Printing shops in Washington for Stanford Paper Co. Man working at printing press II

Printing shops in Washington for Stanford Paper Co. Man checking printed material V

Printing shops in Washington for Stanford Paper Co. Man checking printed material III

Printing shops in Washington for Stanford Paper Co. Man checking printed material II

Printing shops in Washington for Stanford Paper Co. Man checking bound volumes I

Printing shops in Washington for Stanford Paper Co. Man binding books II

Printing shops in Washington for Stanford Paper Co. Man checking printed material VII

Printing shops in Washington for Stanford Paper Co. Man working on printed material at large table I

Printing shops in Washington for Stanford Paper Co. Man checking printed material and working on printing press I

Printing shops in Washington for Stanford Paper Co. Man checking printed material IV

Printing shops in Washington for Stanford Paper Co. Man working at printing press V

Printing shops in Washington for Stanford Paper Co. Man at drafting table I

Printing shops in Washington for Stanford Paper Co. Man working at printing press I

Printing shops in Washington for Stanford Paper Co. Man working at printing press XI

Printing shops in Washington for Stanford Paper Co. Man working at printing press VIII

Printing shops in Washington for Stanford Paper Co. Man checking printed material VI

Printing shops in Washington for Stanford Paper Co. Man working on printed material at large table III

Printing shops in Washington for Stanford Paper Co. Man at desk II

Printing shops in Washington for Stanford Paper Co. Man checking bound volumes II

Printing shops in Washington for Stanford Paper Co. Man checking printed material and working on printing press II

Printing shops in Washington for Stanford Paper Co. Man checking printed material IX

Printing shops in Washington for Stanford Paper Co. Man working at printing press III

Printing shops in Washington for Stanford Paper Co. Man checking printed material and working on printing press III

Printing shops in Washington for Stanford Paper Co. Man checking printed material I

Printing shops in Washington for Stanford Paper Co. Man working at printing press IX

Printing shops in Washington for Stanford Paper Co. Man checking bound volumes III

Printing shops in Washington for Stanford Paper Co. Man checking printed material XI

Printing shops in Washington for Stanford Paper Co. Man working on printed material at large table II

Printing shops in Washington for Stanford Paper Co. Man working at printing press X

Printing shops in Washington for Stanford Paper Co. Man at drafting table II

Printing shops in Washington for Stanford Paper Co. Man checking printed material X

Printing shops in Washington for Stanford Paper Co. Man working at printing press IV

Printing shops in Washington for Stanford Paper Co. Man working at printing press VII

Printing shops in Washington for Stanford Paper Co. Man working at printing press VI

[Herbert Hoover, holding Stanford football; with group at White House, Washington, D.C.]

Palo Alto, California. Frankie Albert, Stanford's All-American quarterback, and two nurses. He was one of the first to make an appointment to give his blood to the Red Cross blood donor service when the mobile unit visited Palo Alto

Stanworth Houses, Princeton, New Jersey. 30-68 Stanford Lane

[Sophie Lessard, full-length portrait, in ballerina costume, seated in a room at Stanford White's home, Box Hill, Smithtown, Long Island, New York]

Detail of the entry gate to Stanford University, Palo Alto, California

Stanford Memorial Arch at Stanford University, [Palo Alto, California]

Stanford University's 1903 Memorial Church is seen through the university's elaborate main gate in Palo Alto, California

Stanford University, Palo Alto, California

Stanford University, Palo Alto, California

Detail of an architectural column capital located on the campus of Stanford University, Palo Alto, California

Stanford University, Palo Alto, California

Stanford University, Palo Alto, California

Stanford University, Palo Alto, California

The Central Pacific Railroad's "Gov. Stanford" locomotive No. 1 is one of the most popular attraction at the California State Museum in the "Old Sacramento" section of California's capital city

[Leland Stanford Mansion, Sacramento, California]

Stanford University, Palo Alto, California

Stanford University, Palo Alto, California

[Leland Stanford Mansion, Sacramento, California]

Stanford University, Palo Alto, California

The Central Pacific Railroad's "Gov. Stanford" locomotive No. 1 is one of the most popular attraction at the California State Museum in the "Old Sacramento" section of California's capital city

[Leland Stanford Mansion, Sacramento, California]

Stanford University, Palo Alto, California

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