Account of Wendell Fletcher's childhood, as written by Nancy Mason. Fletcher lived on campus in the Tower House with his family
from 1910 to 1918. His father was a civil engineer with Stanford University during this time. This two page typescript details
Fletcher's experiences growing up on campus including playing with John D. McGIlvray's kittens and participating in Professor
Terman's study on intelligence in children, and includes descriptions of the Tower House.
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