Transcript of her diary entries for December 7-13, 1941; she recounts hearing President Roosevelt's radio address on Dec.
8 in the company of English department faculty, various blackouts and alarms on campus and in San Francisco, address by Stanford
president Ray Lyman Wilbur, events in her dorm, and attempts to continue with her studies.
Margaret Tuttle earned her A.B. in English at Stanford University in 1942.
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