Correspondence, with press releases and clippings, pertaining to Doyle's university positions, 1935-54; the Anastasia Doyle
Scholarship, originated by a gift from Virginia F. Cutler, 1957-65; and personal and family affairs. Correspondents include
Virgina F. Cutler, J.E. Wallace Sterling, and Ray Lyman Wilbur.
Doyle came to Stanford University in 1930 as director of the women's dormitory, Roble Hall; she was Director of University
residences when she retired in 1954. She also held positions in the office of the Dean of Women and taught courses through
the School of Education.