Correspondence (1905-1957), speeches, articles, legal documents, photographs, newsclippings and scrapbooks. Major subjects
include Stanford University, Republican Party activities (1909-1930), California State Normal Schools, United States monetary
policy and U.S. relations with the Republic of China (1920-1940). Correspondents include persons prominent in educational
and political affairs in the U.S. as well as many leading California lawyers and educators. Also includes correspondence between
Crothers and his brother T. G. Crothers relating to Stanford Board of Trustees matters and University legal problems, minutes
of the Board (April 1905, May-June 1907), a typescript description of the founding grant and an anonymous diary (1895-1902).
Judge and member of the Stanford Board of Trustees (1902-1912). He served as attorney to Jane Lathrop Stanford and was part
donor of two graduate dormitories at Stanford University.
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