Collection consists of class notebooks, with some additional papers including letters, clippings, and sketches, and one scrapbook
on Lake George, New York. George B. Culver's notebooks, 1895-96 and undated, are from Stanford classes in education, chemistry,
English, and the psychology of childhood, with one notebook from a physiology class prior to his attendance at Stanford, 1887.
Notebooks by Richard K. Culver, 1892-1895, are from Stanford classes in American literature, English literature, ethics, geology,
hygiene, paleontology (Prof. James P. Smith), German composition, and physics; many of his notebooks include sketches. Other
papers of Richard K. Culver include pen and ink drawings, two letters, and clippings of his political cartoons, 1896-1905.
George B. Culver earned his A.B. in zoology at Stanford University in 1897. He later served as Dean of Men at Stanford, 1920-1938.
His brother Richard K. Culver earned his A.B. in bionomics at Stanford in 1899. He was a nationally syndicated cartoonist
before becoming a citrus grower in 1931.
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