Collection pertains to Frank's student days at Stanford
University and includes registration cards and Encina Hall receipts, 1906-1908; "Report
of the Alumni Committee Findings of Fact and Conclusions," 1908, regarding the
student/administration conflict over alcohol; loose photographs of Frank and other
students, including his roommates and their Encina Hall room; a scrapbook of clippings
and ephemera on athletics and social events, 1905-1909; and an album of photographs of
Stanford campus scenes (Frenchman's Tower, the bonfire, Encina Hall rooms,
commencement), athletics, student excursions off campus, and some family photographs.
The album also includes images of a military camp, which may be the Mt. Tamalpais
Military Academy camp.
Lester L. Frank earned his A. B. in economics at Stanford University in May 1910.
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Archives, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, California 94304-6064. Consent is
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intended to include or imply permission from the copyright owner. Such permission
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This collection is open for research.