These papers pertain largely to Stanford anecdotes and history and include his typescript articles on George E. Crothers and
Jane Stanford; letters from George E. Crothers, 1956, regarding vandalism to the Angel of Grief statue and the rebuilding
of San Francisco after the 1906 earthquake; and his letter to Herbert Hoover requesting a few words on Crothers and a copy
of Hoover's reply, 1956.
Gauld, who earned his A.B. in history at Stanford in 1932, was a lecturer at Stanford and assistant editor of HISPANIC AMERICAN
REPORT.Gauld, who earned his A.B. in history at Stanford in 1932, was a lecturer at Stanford and assistant editor of HISPANIC AMERICAN
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