This collection pertains largely to his connection with Stanford and includes the text of his talk on Stanford history, 1941
and 1945; text of his talk on the history of drama at Stanford in the 1890s, 1944; examples of his published songs and poetry;
a Christmas letter to Jessie Knight Jordan (Mrs. David Starr Jordan), 1944; two photographs, 1896 and 1929; and biographical
Charles K. Field was a member of Stanford University's pioneer class, graduating in 1895 with an A.B. in English. He wrote
many of the school's early songs and yells and, with Will Irwin, published STANFORD STORIES; his book of Stanford inspired
poems, FOUR LEAVED CLOVER, was published in 1899. He pursued a career in journalism and radio, broadcasting on NBC for 15
years as "Cheerio."
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