Papers include correspondence, minutes, budgets, class notes, course files, student papers, reports, maps, and research files
and pertain to his activities as professor, department administrator, and scientist. Some papers relate to his work with the
Advisory Committee on Reactor Safeguards (AEC/NRC). There are also papers relating to the geological investigation of the
site for the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center; photographs from geology trips, 1930-1953, including the department's summer
geology field classes, 1941 and 1946-49; and an album of photo negatives from Page's student days, 1929-32, on hiking/camping
trips, geology trips, other students, and his dorm room.
Geologist. Page, a member of the Stanford class of 1933, also earned his master's degree in 1934 and his Ph.D in 1940 at Stanford.
He joined the Stanford faculty in 1943, becoming full professor in 1952; he was head of the Geology Department from 1957-62
and again from 1965-68. He retired in 1976. Page's special fields are structural geology and the relationship between geological
structures and plate tectonics.
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