Letters to his parents in Shreveport, Louisiana, written while a student at Stanford; subjects include housing, studies, finances,
social life on campus, his girlfriend Carolyn Maude Converse, the Big Game bonfire of 1928, automobiles, and his opinions
on religion. Some letters were written during ROTC camp in Monterey, CA, summer of 1928.
Browne earned his a.b. from the School of Social Sciences at Stanford University in April 1929.
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