The scrapbook documents her student years at Stanford and
includes receipts, class registration cards, clippings, programs, dance cards,
invitations, valentines, and other memorabilia, 1906-1911. There are also scrapbook
pages containing postcards of Stanford, 1906-1911; of note are the woodpeckers' tree in
Dr. Jordan's garden, Theodore Roosevelt speaking at the Greek Theater in Berkeley, the
original boat house at Lake Lagunita, and the 1910 bonfire structure.
Eulalia Richardson earned her A.B. in physics at Stanford University in May 1910 and her
M.A. in 1911. Her master's thesis was entitled "A Study of the Light Reflected From
Aniline Dyes and a Few Other Substances in Collodion and Gelatine Films." She married
Shives Mitchell in 1918.
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