Guide to the David Starr Jordan Papers

Daniel Hartwig & Jenny Johnson
Stanford University Libraries. Dept. of Special Collections & University Archives.
Stanford, California
2000
Copyright © 2014 The Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University. All rights reserved.

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Overview

Call Number: SC0058
Creator: Jordan, David Starr, 1851-1931
Title: David Starr Jordan papers
Dates: 1861-1964
Physical Description: 250 Linear feet
Language(s): The materials are in English.
Repository: Dept. of Special Collections & University Archives.
Stanford University Libraries.
557 Escondido Mall
Stanford, CA 94305-6064
Email: speccollref@stanford.edu
Phone: (650) 725-1022
URL: http://library.stanford.edu/spc

Administrative Information

Provenance

Custodial History

Personal papers given by Mrs. David Starr Jordan and others; official papers transferred from the Stanford University President's Office.

Information about Access

The materials are open for research use.

Ownership & Copyright

Property rights reside with the repository. Literary rights reside with the creators of the documents or their heirs. To obtain permission to publish or reproduce, please contact the Public Services Librarian of the Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives.

Cite As

David Starr Jordan Papers (SC0058). Department of Special Collections and University Archives, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.

Biographical Sketch

David Starr Jordan was born at Gainesville, New York, on January 19, 1851. His father was a farmer of comfortable circumstances who cared a great deal more for poets than for the current agricultural literature. Young Jordan developed a marked distate for the routine labors of the farm, preferring to collect butterflies and flowers to hauling hay. Jordan's schooling provided more freedom than was common for boys of his generation and offered him the opportunity to catalogue the plants of his native country in addition to learning French, Latin, history, and poetry.
In March, 1869, Jordan won a competitive examination for a scholarship from Wyoming County and entered Cornell University to join the first freshman class (which had begun work in the fall of 1868). His progress was such that he was appointed an instructor in botany in his junior year. Upon presentation of his thesis Wild Flowers of Wyoming County, Jordan received the M.S. degree from Cornell in 1872. Thus, in less than four years, Jordan received the master's degree upon completion of an undergraduate course.
After graduation, Jordan became professor of natural history at Lombard University, Galesburg, Illinois, 1872-73, spent the summer of 1873 at Penikese Island with naturalist Louis Agassiz, served as principal of the Collegiate Institute in Appleton, Wisconsin, 1873-74, and was a teacher at the Indianapolis High School in 1874-75.
In March, 1875, Jordan married Susan Bowen. Mrs. Jordan died in 1885, and in 1887, Jordan married Jessie Louise Knight. Jessie Knight Jordan played an important role in Jordan's life, especially during his last years when illnes incapacitated him. Since she conducted his business for him and carried on with some of his causes after he died, the papers of Mrs. Jordan are included in this collection.
In 1875, Jordan received his M.D. from Indiana Medical College and that same year, became professor of biology at Butler University. According to Jordan, the medical degree was obtained with no intention of going into medical practice, but with a view toward better teaching of Biology. In 1878, he received his Ph.D. from Butler. In 1879, Dr. Jordan moved to Indiana University as professor of natural history, and in January, 1885, he became president of Indiana University.
During these early years, Jordan concentrated more and more on fishes, due to the influential experience at Penikese with Louis Agassiz. He spent his summers, often at his own expense, collecting data for the U.S. Fish Commission, later Bureau of Fish and Fisheries, or the U.S. Census Bureau. In the course of his long career he studied and catalogued fish of the rivers of the United States and Alaska; Pacific Coast salmon, fish of Japan, Sinaloa, Mexico, Samoa, and Hawaii. He also served on numerous commissions, including the joint commission investigating the Bering Sea fur seal.
In the summer of 1881, Dr. Jordan climbed the Matterhorn, and for years thereafter, one of his most popular lectures to general audiences was his description of this exciting event. As a lecturer, Jordan's services were constantly in demand. In addition to his Matterhorn talk, he often spoke about evolution, education, and to youth groups on morality, temperance, and physical well-being.
In the Spring of 1891, Leland Stanford offered Jordan the presidency of the university established in memory of the Senator's late son. Dr. Jordan accepted and in March began to recruit a faculty for the soon-to-open institution. Dr. Jordan's first choice was John Casper Branner, who became Stanford's second president. While in Boston, Dr. Jordan wrote Dr. Branner that he was discouraged about recruiting in New England, where there are men who nothing would induce to go west of Springfield, and men whose regret of their lives is that they were born outside of Boston. Nonetheless, a faculty was recruited--in large measure from Cornell and Indiana--and school commenced October 1, 1891.
Mr. Stanford died in June, 1893, and Stanford University faced an uncertain future. A long probate period and a suit by the federal government for funds advanced to build the Central Pacific Railroad tempered the growth of the University until 1899. During this period, Dr. Jordan stood by Mrs. Stanford, who expended great energy and the restricted resources available to her to keep the University open. During what he called the six pretty long years, Jordan continued his ichthyological work and found time to be president of the California Academy of Sciences (1896-1904 and 1908-1912). In 1892, he helped found the Sierra Club and, henceforth, took personal interest in various efforts to preserve selected stands of redwood trees as parks. He was aslo active in the establishment of Mr. Rainier and Yosemite as national parks, and in conservation movements generally.
In 1899, when the University received its inheritance and legal actions against the estate were a thing of the past, Mrs. Stanford began a six-year building program to complete the physical structure of the University. To Jordan, the stone age was another impediment to improving the scholastic position of Stanford.
Having achieved fame as an ichthyologist and educator, Jordan turned his interest to international peace, that was to occupy much of his later life. The Spanish-American War and the Boer War in Africa provided the vehicles to express his concern. In 1910 he became the chief director of the World Peace Foundation, endowed by Edwin Ginn, and president of the International School of Peace. Events in Europe led Jordan to request extended leaves from the University in order to lecture on the follies of war. In 1913 he resigned as president, became chancellor of the University, and devoted full time to the cause of peace.
During his later years as president of Stanford and in addition to his devotion to the peace cause, Jordan found time to serve as a member of the International Committee on Zoological Nomenclature (1904), president of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (1909-1910), vice-president of the International Congress of Zoologists (1910), and to receive honorary degrees from Johns Hopkins University (1902), Illinois College (1905), and Indiana University (1909).
During his retirement Jordan continued his travels in the interest of classifying fish and was awarded the Order of the Rising Sun by Japan for his scientific work (1922). His continuing efforts on behalf of peace brought him the Herman Peace Prize in 1924, and his last public address on July 30, 1928, was titled No More War. Jordan died on September 19, 1931, after an illness of several years.

Scope and Content Note

The Jordan Papers span 1861-1951, although the bulk of the collection dates between 1891 and 1929. Very few items pre-date Jordan's connection with Stanford University and there is very little material after the severe stroke he suffered in the summer of 1929. The papers of Jessie Knight Jordan [Series I-F], cover the two years of Jordan's illness, her reminiscences and the memoires of his old friends.
The collection consists primarily of Jordan's voluminous correspondence (62.25 linear ft.) relating to professional and university matters, but also contains other types of material such as writings (published and unpublished), clippings, journals and diaries, scrapbooks, financial papers, biographical and genealogical information, and photographs.
The major subjects are those which deeply involved David Starr Jordan during his lifetime. In his autobiography, The Days of a Man, he described himself as A Naturalist, Teacher, and Minor Prophet of Democracy.
Jordan was a naturalist-first a botanist and secondly and of greater significance an ichthyologist. In the latter field, his works are still considered authoritative. In this role he was also interested in conservation, zoological nomenclature and the protection of fur seals, which endeavor was extremely important and highly documented.
All his life he was a teacher. Even when he was a university president at Indiana and Stanford he personally taught courses. His career as a public lecturer, beginning in 1871, was an educational endeavor-to teach natural history, moral goals and standards, the progress of education and peace and international arbitration.
As an educator Jordan brought the separation of education from religion and the system of elective courses learned at Cornell to the new western universities. In the field of science he emphasized the importance of field and laboratory work rather than mere reliance on textbooks. He developed the idea of a junior college and was responsible for developing Stanford University into an intellectually competitive university rather than the technical training school envisioned by the founders.
Social Darwinism was the major cause of Jordan's devotion to peace and his interests in eugenics, temperance, non-smoking and genealogy. Anything that, to his mind, threatened to weaken or destroy man's natural abilities and health, Jordan fought against. According to Jordan, was affected the degeneration of the race by destroying the most promising men and leaving the least desirable at home to reproduce and create the future generations. He was limited by his puritan heritage and his belief in the superiority of a biological, intellectual elite.
The David Starr Jordan Papers in the Hoover Institution Archives contain the majority of Jordan's papers relating to politics and pacifism. A guide to that collection is available in the reading room of the Department of Special Collections.

Access Terms

Adams, Bristow
Addams, Jane.
Agassiz, Alexander.
Anderson, Melville Best, 1851-1933
Anthony, Susan B., (Susan Brownell), 1820-1906.
Barnes, Earl, 1861-1935.
Barnes, Mary Sheldon, 1850-1898
Bell, Alexander Graham.
Bierce, Ambrose, 1842-1913
Bliven, Bruce.
Branner, John Casper, 1850-1922.
Bryan, William Jennings, 1860-1925
Burbank, Luther, 1849-1926.
Burgess, Frank Gelett.
Camp, Walter Chauncey, 1859-1925
Campbell, Douglas Houghton, 1859-1953.
Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919.
Cleveland, Stephen Grover.
Coolbrith, Ina Donna.
Coolidge, Dane.
Cooper, Sarah B.
Crocker, Charles Frederick.
Cubberley, Ellwood Patterson, 1868-1941
Davis, Horace.
Dayal, Har.
de Young, Meichel Harry.
Dewey, John.
Dewey, Melvil.
Dole, Charles Fletcher.
Dole, Nathan Haskell.
Doyle, John T.
Dreiser, Theodore.
DuBois, William Edward Burghardt.
Dudley, William Russel, 1849-1911
Elder, Paul.
Evermann, Barton Warren, 1853-1932.
Fels, Joseph.
Field, Charles K., (Charles Kellogg), 1873-1948.
Fremont, Jessie Benton, 1824-1902
Harper, William Rainey,, 1856-1906.
Harrison, Benjamin, 1833-1901
Hearst, Phoebe Apperson.
Hearst, William Randolph, 1863-1951.
Hoover, Herbert, 1874-1964
Hoover, Lou Henry, 1874-1944.
Hopkins, Timothy, 1859-1937.
Hughes, Charles Evans, 1862-1948.
Huntington, Collis Potter.
Irwin, William Henry.
James, William, 1842-1910
Jordan, David Starr, 1851-1931
Jordan, Jessie Knight, 1867?-1952
Kellogg, Vernon Lyman.
Lea, Homer.
LeConte, Joseph.
Lodge, Henry Cabot.
Loeb, Jacques.
Lummis, Charles Fletcher, 1859-1928.
MacDowell, Edward Alexander.
Markham, Edwin.
McClure, Samuel Sidney.
McKinley, William.
Mills, Sarah Lincoln.
Muir, John.
Muybridge, Eadweard, 1830-1904
Norris, Charles Gilman.
Older, Fremont.
Olivetti, Camillo.
Olney, Warren.
Otis, Harrison Gray, 1837-1917.
Pardee, George C.
Phelan, James Duval.
Pinchot, Gifford.
Reid, Whitelaw.
Rolph, James, Jr.
Roosevelt, Theodore.
Root, Elihu.
Ross, Edward Alsworth,, 1866-1951.
Royce, Josiah.
Sanger, Margaret Higgins.
Sinclair, Upton, 1878-1968
Stanford University -- General subdivision--Students.;
Stanford, Jane Lathrop, 1828-1905.
Stanford, Thomas Welton, 1832-1918.
Stoddard, Charles Warren.
Sutro, Adolph.
Swain, Joseph.
Taft, William Howard.
Taylor, Edward Robeson.
Turner, Frederick Jackson.
Veblen, Thorstein, (Thorstein Bunde), 1857-1929.
Voorhees, Daniel Wolsey.
Voorsanger, Jacob.
Washington, Booker T., 1856-1915.
Wheeler, Benjamin Ide, 1854-1927.
White, Andrew Dickson,, 1832-1918.
White, Stephen Mallory, 1853-1901
Wilbur, Ray L., (Ray Lyman), 1875-1949
Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924.
San Francisco Earthquake and Fire, Calif., 1906

Provenance

David Starr Jordan, the first president of Stanford University, and Orrin Leslie Elliott, first registrar, used adjacent offices and later shared a common secretary in George A. Clark during the early years of the institution. Under this arrangement their correspondence files were intermixed, and although three separate categories were maintained--President's Office, General Letters, and University Letters--these distinctions were so vague as to prove meaningless. Thus, many hundreds of the letters of the letters in the combined files were requests for catalogs or information about the institution by potential students. All of the incoming letters and loose carbons and drafts of outgoing letters were copied into letterpress books. It is assumed that these papers, official and unofficial, remained in the custody of the University.
When Dr. Jordan retired in 1913, a new file was created for his correspondence as chancellor, and later, chancellor emeritus. The manner of arranging this correspondence is unknown.
In 1919, Dr. Jordan gave the Stanford Library a large amount of manuscript material of which the exact nature has not been determined. Included in this gift were the Papers of the Fur Seal Commission maintained by Dr. Jordan's and the Commission's secretary, George A. Clark. In that same year, Dr. Jordan gave the Hoover Collection (now the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace) his award-winning Plan of Education for Peace. Further gifts to the Hoover Collection followed in 1925-26, 1926-27, and 1928-29.
Dr. Jordan died in 1931, and in 1933-34, his widow gave the Stanford Main Library manuscripts, journals, poems, and notebooks. In that same year, Mrs. Jordan gave Cornell, Dr. Jordan's alma mater, books and student mementos, and other materials pertaining to Jordan's student days.
In September 1934, the University registrar reported that he had employed an assistant to file the Jordan papers. In reporting to the registrar, the assistant noted that she found so much overlapping that it is impossible to make a clear segregation. I find that Mrs. Jordan was arranging the materials in many miscellaneous packages which must all be arranged by subject. It would be difficult to arrange materials chronologically because dates are lacking... so the alphabetical arrangement is necessary. In addition to arranging the files, the assistant segregated several thousand letters of interest to Dr. Elliott, who at this time was writing a history of the University.
In 1941, the Hoover Library moved into a new multi-story building and assumed the custody of all the Jordan papers except the official files stored in the President's vault. In 1943-44, Mrs. Jordan sent 36 files and three cartons of correspondence, a diary, and other papers to Hoover, making a grand total of 107 boxes. In October, 1945, all the cartons except 24 concerned with peace were returned to the Main Library.
At some unknown date, manuscript record books and some correspondence on fishes was turned over to the Division of Systematic Biology. These have subsequently been delivered to the Archives for inclusion in the Jordan files.
In 1965, the Stanford Board of Trustees established the Stanford University Archives, which absorbed the Stanford Collection, a memorabilia collection long maintained by the Library. At that time, the Stanford Collection contained 84 boxes of Jordan Papers arranged by subject. Most of these papers dated after Dr. Jordan's retirement as President, or were his personal correspondence.
Less than a year after its establishment, the Archives received the Jordan files from the President's Office vault, of which three cartons were hopelessly damaged by mildew. A careful search of accessible campus storage areas brought additional Jordan letters, including those segregated for Dr. Elliott. After the microfilm edition of the Jordan Papers was approved by the NHPRC, 59 volumes of Dr. Jordan's letter books (chronological files) were turned over to the Archives by the Registrar's Office.

Collection Contents

 

Series I Correspondence

 

Series I-A General Correspondence 1872-1931

Scope and Content Note

Mostly, but not exclusively, incoming correspondence through 1910 when letter books were discontinued. Then, incoming and copies of outgoing letters in chronological order and within each day alphabetically by sender. Much of the early correspondence which pertains to routine university affairs was transferred to Series IB. Some examples were retained to indicate the activities and problems of a new president of a new private university with living founders. Where enclosures were found, these were kept with the covering letter.
Undated items appear at the end of the month or year where these can be determined or at the end of the sub-series. An addenda of dated items discovered or added to the collection after the initial processing appears at the very end of the sub-series.
There is also a special file of earthquake letters following April, 1906.
[A card file name index, separately maintained in the Reading Room, will give quick access to correspondence of individuals or organizations.]
Box 1, Folder 1

1872-1879

Box 1, Folder 2

1880-1885

Box 1, Folder 3

1886-1889

Box 1, Folder 4

1890

Box 1, Folder 5

1891, January-April

Box 1, Folder 6

1891, May 1-10

Box 1, Folder 7

1891, May 11-20

Box 1, Folder 8

1891, May 21-31

Box 1, Folder 9

1891, June 1-15

Box 1, Folder 10

1891, June 16-30

Box 1a, Folder a

Pre-April 1891, G-H

Box 1a, Folder b

Pre-April 1891, I-R

Box 1a, Folder c

Pre-April 1891, S-Z

Box 2, Folder 11

1891, July 1-9

Box 2, Folder 12

1891, July 10-29

Box 2, Folder 13

1891, August

Box 2, Folder 14

1891, September

Box 2, Folder 15

1891, October 1-15

Box 2, Folder 16

1891, Oct 16-30, and undated

Box 2, Folder 17

1891, November 1-15

Box 2, Folder 18

1891, November 16-30

Box 2, Folder 19

1891, December 1-15

Box 2, Folder 20

1891, December 16-31

Box 3, Folder 21

1892, January 1-15

Box 3, Folder 22

1892, January 16-31

Box 3, Folder 23

1892, February 1-10

Box 3, Folder 24

1892, February 11-29

Box 3, Folder 25

1892, March-July

Box 3, Folder 26

1892, August-September

Box 3, Folder 27

1892, October

Box 3, Folder 28

1892, November

Box 4, Folder 29

1892, December

Box 4, Folder 30

1893, January

Box 4, Folder 31

1893, February 1-14

Box 4, Folder 32

1893, February 15-28

Box 4, Folder 33

1893, March 1-15

Box 4, Folder 34

1893, March 16-31

Box 4, Folder 35

1893 April 1-15

Box 4, Folder 36

1893, April 16-30

Box 4, Folder 37

1893, May 1-15

Box 4, Folder 38

1893, May 16-31

Box 5, Folder 39

1893, June 1-10

Box 5, Folder 40

1893, June 12-30

Box 5, Folder 41

1893, July 1-15

Box 5, Folder 42

1893, July 16-30

Box 5, Folder 43

1893, August 1-15

Box 5, Folder 44

1893, August 16-31

Box 5, Folder 45

1893, September 1-15

Box 5, Folder 46

1893, September 16-30

Box 5, Folder 47

1893, October 1-15

Box 5, Folder 48

1893, October 16-31

Box 6, Folder 49

1893, November 1-15

Box 6, Folder 50

1893, Nov 16-30, and undated

Box 6, Folder 51

1893, December 1-15

Box 6, Folder 52

1893, Dec 16-31, and undated

Box 6, Folder 53

1894, January 1-10

Box 6, Folder 54

1894, January 11-20

Box 6, Folder 55

1894, Jan 21-31, and undated

Box 6, Folder 56

1894, February 1-14

Box 6, Folder 57

1894, Feb 15-28, and undated

Box 7, Folder 58

1894, March 1-15

Box 7, Folder 59

1894, Mar 16-31, and undated

Box 7, Folder 60

1894, April 1-15

Box 7, Folder 61

1894, Apr 16-30, and undated

Box 7, Folder 62

1894, May 1-15

Box 7, Folder 63

1894, May 15-31

Box 7, Folder 64

1894, June 1-30

Box 7, Folder 65

1894, July 1-31

Box 7, Folder 66

1894, August 1-15

Box 7, Folder 67

1894, Aug 15-31, and undated

Box 8, Folder 68

1894, September 1-20

Box 8, Folder 69

1894, Sep ember 20-31, and undated

Box 8, Folder 70

1894, October 1-10

Box 8, Folder 71

1894, October 11-20

Box 8, Folder 72

1894, Oct 21-31, and undated

Box 8, Folder 73

1894, November 1-10

Box 8, Folder 74

1894, November 11-20

Box 8, Folder 75

1894, Nov 21-30, and undated

Box 8, Folder 76

1894, December 1-10

Box 8, Folder 77

1894, December 11-20

Box 8, Folder 78

1894, Dec 21-31, and undated

Box 9, Folder 79

1895, January 1-15

Box 9, Folder 80

1895, Jan 16-31, and undated

Box 9, Folder 81

1895, February 1-15

Box 9, Folder 82

1895, February 16-28

Box 9, Folder 83

1895, March 1-15

Box 9, Folder 84

1895, Mar 16-31, and undated

Box 9, Folder 85

1895, April 1-10

Box 9, Folder 86

1895, April 11-20

Box 9, Folder 87

1895, Apr 21-30, and undated

Box 10, Folder 88

1895, May 1-10

Box 10, Folder 89

1895, May 11-20

Box 10, Folder 90

1895, May 21-31, and undated

Box 10, Folder 91

1895, June 1-15

Box 10, Folder 92

1895, Jun 16-30, and undated

Box 10, Folder 93

1895, July 1-15

Box 10, Folder 94

1895, Jul 16-31, and undated

Box 10, Folder 95

1895, August 1-15

Box 10, Folder 96

1895, Aug 15-31, and undated

Box 11, Folder 97

1895, September 1-15

Box 11, Folder 98

1895, Sep ember 16-31, and undated

Box 11, Folder 99

1895, October 1-15

Box 11, Folder 100

1895, October 16-31

Box 11, Folder 101

1895, November 1-15

Box 11, Folder 102

1895, Nov 15-30, and undated

Box 11, Folder 103

1895, December 1-15

Box 11, Folder 104

1895, Dec 16-31, and undated

Box 11, Folder 105

1895, undated

Box 12, Folder 106

1896, January 1-10

Box 12, Folder 107

1896, January 11-20

Box 12, Folder 108

1896, Jan 21-31, and undated

Box 12, Folder 109

1896, February 1-10

Box 12, Folder 110

1896, February 11-20

Box 12, Folder 111

1896, Feb 21-29, and undated

Box 12, Folder 112

1896, March 1-5

Box 12, Folder 113

1896, March 6-15

Box 12, Folder 114

1896, Mar 16-31, and undated

Box 13, Folder 115

1896, April 1-15

Box 13, Folder 116

1896, Apr 16-30, and undated

Box 13, Folder 117

1896, May 1-15

Box 13, Folder 118

1896, May 16-31, and undated

Box 13, Folder 119

1896, Jun 1-30, and undated

Box 13, Folder 120

1896, July

Box 13, Folder 121

1896, August

Box 13, Folder 122

1896, September

Box 13, Folder 123

1896, October 1-15

Box 13, Folder 124

1896, Oct 16-31, and undated

Box 13, Folder 125

1896, November 1-15

Box 13, Folder 126

1896, Nov 16-31, and undated

Box 13, Folder 127

1896, December 1-15

Box 13, Folder 128

1896, December 16-31

Box 13, Folder 129

1896, undated

Box 14, Folder 130

1897, January 1-10

Box 14, Folder 131

1897, January 11-15

Box 14, Folder 132

1897, January 16-20

Box 14, Folder 133

1897, January 21-25

Box 14, Folder 134

1897, Jan 26-31, and undated

Box 14, Folder 135

1897, February 1-5

Box 14, Folder 136

1897, February 6-12

Box 14, Folder 137

1897, February 13-20

Box 14, Folder 138

1897, Feb 21-28, and undated

Box 14, Folder 139

1897, March 1-9

Box 14, Folder 140

1897, March 10-19

Box 14, Folder 141

1897, Mar 20-31, and undated

Box 15, Folder 142

1897, April 1-5

Box 15, Folder 143

1897, April 6-10

Box 15, Folder 144

1897, April 11-15

Box 15, Folder 145

1897, April 16-20

Box 15, Folder 146

1897, Apr 21-30, and undated

Box 15, Folder 147

1897, May 1-10

Box 15, Folder 148

1897, May 11-15

Box 15, Folder 149

1897, May 16-20

Box 15, Folder 150

1897, May 21-29, and undated

Box 15, Folder 151

1897, June 1-5

Box 15, Folder 152

1897, June 6-15

Box 15, Folder 153

1897, Jun 17-30, and undated

Box 15, Folder 154

1897, July

Box 16, Folder 155

1897, August

Box 16, Folder 156

1897, September 1-10

Box 16, Folder 157

1897, September 11-20

Box 16, Folder 158

1897, Sep ember 21-30, and undated

Box 16, Folder 159

1897, October 1-10

Box 16, Folder 160

1897, October 11-30

Box 16, Folder 161

1897, November

Box 16, Folder 162

1897, December 1-10

Box 16, Folder 163

1897, December 11-20

Box 16, Folder 164

1897, Dec 21-31, and undated

Box 17, Folder 165

1898, January 1-15

Box 17, Folder 166

1898, Jan 16-31, and undated

Box 17, Folder 167

1898, February 1-15

Box 17, Folder 168

1898, February 16-28

Box 17, Folder 169

1898, March 1-10

Box 17, Folder 170

1898, March 11-20

Box 17, Folder 171

1898, Mar 21-31, and undated

Box 17, Folder 172

1898, April 1-10

Box 17, Folder 173

1898, April 11-20

Box 17, Folder 174

1898, Apr 21-30, and undated

Box 17, Folder 175

1898, May 1-10

Box 17, Folder 176

1898, May 11-31, and undated

Box 18, Folder 177

1898, June 1-15

Box 18, Folder 178

1898, Jun 16-30, and undated

Box 18, Folder 179

1898, July 1-15

Box 18, Folder 180

1898, Jul 16-31, and undated

Box 18, Folder 181

1898, August 1-15

Box 18, Folder 182

1898, Aug 16-31, and undated

Box 18, Folder 183

1898, September 1-15

Box 18, Folder 184

1898, Sep ember 16-30, and undated

Box 18, Folder 185

1898, October 1-10

Box 18, Folder 186

1898, October 10-20

Box 18, Folder 187

1898, Oct 21-31, and undated

Box 19, Folder 188

1898, November 1-10

Box 19, Folder 189

1898, November 11-20

Box 19, Folder 190

1898, Nov 21-30, and undated

Box 19, Folder 191

1898, December 1-10

Box 19, Folder 192

1898, December 11-20

Box 19, Folder 193

1898, Dec 21-31, and undated

Box 19, Folder 194

1898, undated

Box 19, Folder 195

1899, January 1-10

Box 19, Folder 196

1899, January 11-20

Box 19, Folder 197

1899, Jan 21-31, and undated

Box 20, Folder 198

1899, February 1-10

Box 20, Folder 199

1899, February 11-15

Box 20, Folder 200

1899, February 16-20

Box 20, Folder 201

1899, Feb 21-28, and undated

Box 20, Folder 202

1899, March 1-7

Box 20, Folder 203

1899, March 8-15

Box 21, Folder 204

1899, March 16-20

Box 21, Folder 205

1899, March 21-25

Box 21, Folder 206

1899, Mar 26-31, and undated

Box 21, Folder 207

1899, April 1-10

Box 21, Folder 208

1899, April 11-15

Box 21, Folder 209

1899, April 16-20

Box 21, Folder 210

1899, April 21-25

Box 21, Folder 211

1899, Apr 26-30, and undated

Box 22, Folder 212

1899, May 1-5

Box 22, Folder 213

1899, May 6-10

Box 22, Folder 214

1899, May 11-15

Box 22, Folder 215

1899, May 16-20

Box 22, Folder 216

1899, May 21-25

Box 22, Folder 217

1899, May 26-31, and undated

Box 22, Folder 218

1899, June 1-5

Box 22, Folder 219

1899, June 6-10

Box 22, Folder 220

1899, June 11-15

Box 23, Folder 221

1899, June 16-20

Box 23, Folder 222

1899, June 21-25

Box 23, Folder 223

1899, Jun 26-30, and undated

Box 23, Folder 224

1899, July 1-10

Box 23, Folder 225

1899, July 11-20

Box 23, Folder 226

1899, Jul 21-31, and undated

Box 23, Folder 227

1899, August 1-10

Box 23, Folder 228

1899, August 11-20

Box 23, Folder 229

1899, August 21-31

Box 23, Folder 230

1899, September 1-10

Box 23, Folder 231

1899, September 11-20

Box 24, Folder 232

1899, Sep ember 21-31, and undated

Box 24, Folder 233a

1899, October 1-15

Box 24, Folder 233b

1899, Oct 16-31, and undated

Box 24, Folder 234

1899, November 1-15

Box 24, Folder 235

1899, Nov 16-30, and undated

Box 24, Folder 236

1899, December 1-10

Box 24, Folder 237

1899, December 11-20

Box 24, Folder 238

1899, Dec 21-31, and undated

Box 24, Folder 239

1899, undated

Box 25, Folder 240

1900, January 1-10

Box 25, Folder 241

1900, January 11-20

Box 25, Folder 242

1900, January 21-25

Box 25, Folder 243

1900, Jan 26-31, and undated

Box 25, Folder 244

1900, February 1-10

Box 25, Folder 245

1900, February 11-20

Box 25, Folder 246

1900, February 21-28

Box 25, Folder 247

1900, March 1-10

Box 25, Folder 248

1900, March 11-20

Box 25, Folder 249

1900, Mar 21-31, and undated

Box 26, Folder 250

1900, April 1-10

Box 26, Folder 251

1900, April 11-20

Box 26, Folder 252

1900, April 21-30

Box 26, Folder 253

1900, May 1-10

Box 26, Folder 254

1900, May 11-20

Box 26, Folder 255

1900, May 21-31, and undated

Box 26, Folder 256

1900, June 1-10

Box 26, Folder 257

1900, June 11-20

Box 26, Folder 258

1900, Jun 21-30, and undated

Box 26, Folder 259

1900, Jul 1-31, and undated

Box 26, Folder 260

1900, August 1-15

Box 26, Folder 261

1900, Aug 16-31, and undated

Box 27, Folder 262

1900, September 1-15

Box 27, Folder 263

1900, September 16-30

Box 27, Folder 264

1900, October 1-10

Box 27, Folder 265

1900, October 11-20

Box 27, Folder 266

1900, Oct 21-31, and undated

Box 27, Folder 267

1900, November 1-7

Box 27, Folder 268

1900, November 8-10

Box 27, Folder 269

1900, November 11-20

Box 27, Folder 270

1900, Nov 21-30, and undated

Box 27, Folder 271

1900, December 1-10

Box 27, Folder 272

1900, December 11-20

Box 27, Folder 273

1900, Dec 21-31, and undated

Box 27, Folder 274

1901, January 1-10

Box 28, Folder 275

1901, January 11-20

Box 28, Folder 276

1901, January 21-31

Box 28, Folder 277

1901, February 1-15

Box 28, Folder 278

1901, February 16-29

Box 28, Folder 279

1901, March 1-10

Box 28, Folder 280

1901, March 11-20

Box 28, Folder 281

1901, Mar 21-31, and undated

Box 28, Folder 282

1901, April 1-15

Box 28, Folder 283

1901, Apr 16-30, and undated

Box 28, Folder 284

1901, May 1-15

Box 28, Folder 285

1901, May 16-31

Box 29, Folder 286

1901, June 1-30

Box 29, Folder 287

1901, July 1-20

Box 29, Folder 288

1901, July 21-31

Box 29, Folder 289

1901, August 1-15

Box 29, Folder 290

1901, August 16-31

Box 29, Folder 291

1901, September 1-15

Box 29, Folder 292

1901, September 16-30

Box 29, Folder 293

1901, October 1-15

Box 29, Folder 294

1901, Oct 16-31, and undated

Box 30, Folder 295

1901, November 1-10

Box 30, Folder 296

1901, November 11-20

Box 30, Folder 297

1901, Nov 21-30, and undated

Box 30, Folder 298

1901, December 1-10

Box 30, Folder 299

1901, December 11-20

Box 30, Folder 300

1901, Dec 21-31, and undated

Box 30, Folder 301

1902, January 1-8

Box 30, Folder 302

1902, January 9-15

Box 30, Folder 303

1902, January 16-22

Box 30, Folder 304

1902, Jan 23-31, and undated

Box 31, Folder 305

1902, February 1-6

Box 31, Folder 306

1902, February 7-14

Box 31, Folder 307

1902, Feb 15-28, and undated

Box 31, Folder 308

1902, March 1-10

Box 31, Folder 309

1902, March 11-15

Box 31, Folder 310

1902, March 16-22

Box 31, Folder 311

1902, Mar 23-31, and undated

Box 32, Folder 312

1902, April 1-5

Box 32, Folder 313

1902, April 6-10

Box 32, Folder 314

1902, April 11-15

Box 32, Folder 315

1902, April 16-22

Box 32, Folder 316

1902, Apr 23-30, and undated

Box 32, Folder 317

1902, May 1-10

Box 32, Folder 318

1902, May 11-20

Box 32, Folder 319

1902, May 21-26

Box 32, Folder 320

1902, May 27-31, and undated

Box 33, Folder 321

1902, June

Box 33, Folder 322

1902, July

Box 33, Folder 323

1902, August

Box 33, Folder 324

1902, September 1-7

Box 33, Folder 325

1902, September 8-15

Box 33, Folder 326

1902, September 16-20

Box 33, Folder 327

1902, Sep ember 21-31, and undated

Box 33, Folder 328

1902, October 1-5

Box 33, Folder 329

1902, October 6-10

Box 34, Folder 330

1902, October 11-15

Box 34, Folder 331

1902, October 16-21

Box 34, Folder 332

1902, October 22-31

Box 34, Folder 333

1902, November 1-5

Box 34, Folder 334

1902, November 6-10

Box 34, Folder 335

1902, November 11-17

Box 34, Folder 336

1902, November 18-23

Box 34, Folder 337

1902, Nov 24-31, and undated

Box 35, Folder 338

1902, December 1-5

Box 35, Folder 339

1902, December 6-11

Box 35, Folder 340

1902, December 12-17

Box 35, Folder 341

1902, December 18-20

Box 35, Folder 342

1902, December 21-26

Box 35, Folder 343

1902, Dec 27-31, and undated

Box 35, Folder 344

1902, undated

Box 35, Folder 345

1903, January 1-15

Box 35, Folder 346

1903, January 16-25

Box 35, Folder 347

1903, Jan 26-31, and undated

Box 36, Folder 348

1903, February 1-10

Box 36, Folder 349

1903, February 11-20

Box 36, Folder 350

1903, Feb 21-28, and undated

Box 36, Folder 351

1903, March 1-5

Box 36, Folder 352

1903, March 5-15

Box 36, Folder 353

1903, March 16-25

Box 36, Folder 354

1903, Mar 26-31, and undated

Box 36, Folder 355

1903, April 1-10

Box 36, Folder 356

1903, April 11-20

Box 36, Folder 357

1903, April 21-30

Box 37, Folder 358

1903, May 1-10

Box 37, Folder 359

1903, May 11-20

Box 37, Folder 360

1903, May 21-31, and undated

Box 37, Folder 361

1903, June 1-10

Box 37, Folder 362

1903, June 11-20

Box 37, Folder 363

1903, Jun 21-30, and undated

Box 37, Folder 364

1903, July 1-15

Box 37, Folder 365

1903, Jul 16-31, and undated

Box 37, Folder 366

1903, Aug 1-30, and undated

Box 37, Folder 367

1903, September 1-15

Box 37, Folder 368

1903, Sep ember 16-30, and undated

Box 38, Folder 369

1903, October 1-10

Box 38, Folder 370

1903, October 11-20

Box 38, Folder 371

1903, October 21-31

Box 38, Folder 372

1903, November 1-10

Box 38, Folder 373

1903, November 11-20

Box 38, Folder 374

1903, Nov 21-30, and undated

Box 38, Folder 375

1903, December 1-10

Box 38, Folder 376

1903, December 11-20

Box 38, Folder 377

1903, Dec 21-31, and undated

Box 38, Folder 378

1903, undated

Box 39, Folder 379

1904, January 1-10

Box 39, Folder 380

1904, January 11-20

Box 39, Folder 381

1904, Jan 21-31, and undated

Box 39, Folder 382

1904, February 1-10

Box 39, Folder 383

1904, February 11-20

Box 39, Folder 384

1904, Feb 21-28, and undated

Box 39, Folder 385

1904, March 1-6

Box 39, Folder 386

1904, March 7-15

Box 39, Folder 387

1904, March 16-20

Box 39, Folder 388

1904, Mar 21-31, and undated

Box 40, Folder 389

1904, April 1-7

Box 40, Folder 390

1904, April 8-15

Box 40, Folder 391

1904, April 16-22

Box 40, Folder 392

1904, April 23-30

Box 40, Folder 393

1904, April, undated

Box 40, Folder 394

1904, May 1-5

Box 40, Folder 395

1904, May 6-15

Box 40, Folder 396

1904, May 16-20

Box 40, Folder 397

1904, May 21-31

Box 40, Folder 398

1904, May, undated

Box 40, Folder 399

1904, June 1-10

Box 40, Folder 400

1904, June 11-20

Box 40, Folder 401

1904, June 21-30

Box 40, Folder 402

1904, June, undated

Box 41, Folder 403

1904, July 1-10

Box 41, Folder 404

1904, July 11-20

Box 41, Folder 405

1904, July 21-31

Box 41, Folder 406

1904, July, undated

Box 41, Folder 407

1904, August 1-5

Box 41, Folder 408

1904, August 6-12

Box 41, Folder 409

1904, August 13-20

Box 41, Folder 410

1904, August 21-31

Box 41, Folder 411

1904, September 1-7

Box 41, Folder 412

1904, September 8-15

Box 41, Folder 413

1904, September 16-22

Box 41, Folder 414

1904, Sep ember 23-30, and undated

Box 42, Folder 415

1904, October 1-5

Box 42, Folder 416

1904, October 6-10

Box 42, Folder 417

1904, October 11-17

Box 42, Folder 418

1904, October 18-21

Box 42, Folder 419

1904, Oct 22-31, and undated

Box 42, Folder 420

1904, November 1-5

Box 42, Folder 421

1904, November 6-10

Box 42, Folder 422

1904, November 11-17

Box 42, Folder 423

1904, November 18-25

Box 42, Folder 424

1904, Nov 26-30, and undated

Box 42, Folder 425

1904, December 1-5

Box 42, Folder 426

1904, December 6-10

Box 42, Folder 427

1904, December 11-15

Box 42, Folder 428

1904, December 16-22

Box 42, Folder 429

1904, December 23-31

Box 42, Folder 430

1904, December, undated

Box 43, Folder 431

1905, January 1-6

Box 43, Folder 432

1905, January 7-13

Box 43, Folder 433

1905, January 14-20

Box 43, Folder 434

1905, January 21-25

Box 43, Folder 435

1905, Jan 26-31, and undated

Box 43, Folder 436

1905, February 1-5

Box 43, Folder 437

1905, February 6-13

Box 43, Folder 438

1905, February 14-18

Box 43, Folder 439

1905, Feb 20-28, and undated

Box 44, Folder 440

1905, March 1-5

Box 44, Folder 441

1905, March 6-10

Box 44, Folder 442

1905, March 11-16

Box 44, Folder 443

1905, March 17-22

Box 44, Folder 444

1905, March 23-27

Box 44, Folder 445

1905, Mar 28-31, and undated

Box 44, Folder 446

1905, April 1-10

Box 44, Folder 447

1905, April 11-15

Box 44, Folder 448

1905, April 16-20

Box 44, Folder 449

1905, April 21-26

Box 44, Folder 450

1905, Apr 27-30, and undated

Box 45, Folder 451

1905, May 1-5

Box 45, Folder 452

1905, May 6-10

Box 45, Folder 453

1905, May 11-16

Box 45, Folder 454

1905, May 17-25

Box 45, Folder 455

1905, May 26-31, and undated

Box 45, Folder 456

1905, June 1-10

Box 45, Folder 457

1905, June 11-30

Box 45, Folder 458

1905, July 1-15

Box 45, Folder 459

1905, Jul 17-31, and undated

Box 45, Folder 460

1905, August 1-15

Box 45, Folder 461

1905, Aug 15-31, and undated

Box 46, Folder 462

1905, September 1-10

Box 46, Folder 463

1905, September 11-19

Box 46, Folder 464

1905, Sep ember 20-30, and undated

Box 46, Folder 465

1905, October 1-10

Box 46, Folder 466

1905, October 11-20

Box 46, Folder 467

1905, Oct 21-31, and undated

Box 47, Folder 468

1905, November 1-7

Box 47, Folder 469

1905, November 8-15

Box 47, Folder 470

1905, Nov 16-30, and undated

Box 47, Folder 471

1905, December 1-5

Box 47, Folder 472

1905, December 6-10

Box 47, Folder 473

1905, December 11-15

Box 47, Folder 474

1905, December 16-20

Box 47, Folder 475

1905, Dec 21-31, and undated

Box 47, Folder 476

1905, undated

Box 48, Folder 477

1906, January 1-10

Box 48, Folder 478

1906, January 11-20

Box 48, Folder 479

1906, Jan 21-31, and undated

Box 48, Folder 480

1906, February 1-10

Box 48, Folder 481

1906, February 11-20

Box 48, Folder 482

1906, Feb 21-28, and undated

Box 48, Folder 483

1906, March 1-5

Box 48, Folder 484

1906, March 6-10

Box 48, Folder 485

1906, March 11-15

Box 48, Folder 486

1906, March 16-20

Box 48, Folder 487

1906, Mar 21-31, and undated

Box 49, Folder 488

1906, April 1-10

Box 49, Folder 489

1906, April 11-20

Box 49, Folder 490

1906, Apr 21-30, and undated

Box 49, Folder 491

earthquake letters 1906, April 18-22,

Box 49, Folder 492

earthquake letters 1906, April 23-June 1,

Box 49, Folder 493

1906, May 1-10

Box 49, Folder 494

1906, May 11-20

Box 49, Folder 495

1906, May 21-31, and undated

Box 50, Folder 496

1906, June 1-10

Box 50, Folder 497

1906, June 11-20

Box 50, Folder 498

1906, Jun 21-30, and undated

Box 50, Folder 499

1906, July 1-10

Box 50, Folder 500

1906, July 11-20

Box 50, Folder 501

1906, Jul 21-31, and undated

Box 50, Folder 502

1906, August 1-10

Box 50, Folder 503

1906, August 11-20

Box 50, Folder 504

1906, Aug 21-31, and undated

Box 51, Folder 505

1906, September 1-10

Box 51, Folder 506

1906, September 11-20

Box 51, Folder 507

1906, Sep ember 21-30, and undated

Box 51, Folder 508

1906, October 1-10

Box 51, Folder 509

1906, October 11-20

Box 51, Folder 510

1906, Oct 21-31, and undated

Box 52, Folder 511

1906, November 1-10

Box 52, Folder 512

1906, November 11-20

Box 52, Folder 513

1906, Nov 21-30, and undated

Box 52, Folder 514

1906, December 1-10

Box 52, Folder 515

1906, December 11-20

Box 52, Folder 516

1906, Dec 21-31, and undated

Box 53, Folder 517

1907, January 1-10

Box 53, Folder 518

1907, January 11-15

Box 53, Folder 519

1907, January 16-20

Box 53, Folder 520

1907, January 21-25

Box 53, Folder 521

1907, Jan 26-31, and undated

Box 53, Folder 522

1907, February 1-7

Box 53, Folder 523

1907, February 8-15

Box 53, Folder 524

1907, February 16-21

Box 53, Folder 525

1907, Feb 22-28, and undated

Box 54, Folder 526

1907, March 1-7

Box 54, Folder 527

1907, March 8-18

Box 54, Folder 528

1907, March 19-25

Box 54, Folder 529

1907, March 26-31

Box 54, Folder 530

1907, April 1-15

Box 54, Folder 531

1907, Apr 16-30, and undated

Box 54, Folder 532

1907, May 1-31, and undated

Box 55, Folder 533

1907, June 1-10

Box 55, Folder 534

1907, June 11-20

Box 55, Folder 535

1907, Jun 21-30, and undated

Box 55, Folder 536

1907, July 1-13

Box 55, Folder 537

1907, July 14-31

Box 55, Folder 538

1907, August 1-8

Box 55, Folder 539

1907, August 9-20

Box 55, Folder 540

1907, Aug 21-31, and undated

Box 56, Folder 541

1907, September 1-13

Box 56, Folder 542

1907, September 14-21

Box 56, Folder 543

1907, Sep ember 22-30, and undated

Box 56, Folder 544

1907, October 1-9

Box 56, Folder 545

1907, October 10-19

Box 56, Folder 546

1907, Oct 20-31, and undated

Box 56, Folder 547

1907, November 1-8

Box 57, Folder 548

1907, November 9-20

Box 57, Folder 549

1907, November 21-30

Box 57, Folder 550

1907, December 1-10

Box 57, Folder 551

1907, December 11-22

Box 57, Folder 552

1907, December 23-28

Box 57, Folder 553

1907, Dec 29-31, and undated

Box 58, Folder 554

1908, January 1-8

Box 58, Folder 555

1908, January 9-15

Box 58, Folder 556

1908, January 16-21

Box 58, Folder 557

1908, January 22-27

Box 58, Folder 558

1908, January 28-31

Box 58, Folder 559

1908, February 1-10

Box 58, Folder 560

1908, February 11-17

Box 58, Folder 561

1908, February 18-24

Box 58, Folder 562

1908, Feb 25-29, and undated

Box 58, Folder 563

1908, March 1-6

Box 58, Folder 564

1908, March 7-17

Box 58, Folder 565

1908, March 18-24

Box 58, Folder 566

1908, March 25-31

Box 59, Folder 567

1908, April 1-11

Box 59, Folder 568

1908, April 12-21

Box 59, Folder 569

1908, April 22-31

Box 59, Folder 570

1908, May 1-11

Box 59, Folder 571

1908, May 12-16

Box 59, Folder 572

1908, May 17-22

Box 59, Folder 573

1908, May 23-31

Box 59, Folder 574

1908, June 1-9

Box 59, Folder 575

1908, June 10-16

Box 59, Folder 576

1908, June 17-24

Box 59, Folder 577

1908, June 25-30

Box 60, Folder 578

1908, July 1-14

Box 60, Folder 579

1908, July 15-31

Box 60, Folder 580

1908, August 1-17

Box 60, Folder 581

1908, August 18-24

Box 60, Folder 582

1908, August 25-31

Box 60, Folder 583

1908, September 1-11

Box 60, Folder 584

1908, September 12-21

Box 60, Folder 585

1908, September 22-30

Box 60, Folder 586

1908, October 1-11

Box 60, Folder 587

1908, October 12-19

Box 60, Folder 588

1908, October 20-27

Box 60, Folder 589

1908, October 28-31

Box 61, Folder 590

1908, November 1-9

Box 61, Folder 591

1908, November 10-22

Box 61, Folder 592

1908, Nov 23-30, and undated

Box 61, Folder 593

1908, December 1-9

Box 61, Folder 594

1908, December 10-18

Box 61, Folder 595

1908, Dec 19-31, and undated

Box 61, Folder 596

1909, January 1-8

Box 61, Folder 597

1909, January 9-18

Box 62, Folder 598

1909, January 19-26

Box 61, Folder 599

1909, Jan 27-31, and undated

Box 61, Folder 600

1909, February 1-10

Box 61, Folder 601

1909, February 11-18

Box 61, Folder 602

1909, Feb 19-28, and undated

Box 61, Folder 603

1909, March 1-9

Box 61, Folder 604

1909, March 10-19

Box 61, Folder 605

1909, Mar 20-31, and undated

Box 63, Folder 606

1909, April 1-10

Box 61, Folder 607

1909, April 11-22

Box 61, Folder 608

1909, Apr 23-30, and undated

Box 61, Folder 609

1909, May 1-10

Box 61, Folder 610

1909, May 11-20

Box 61, Folder 611

1909, May 21-31, and undated

Box 61, Folder 612

1909, June 1-14

Box 64, Folder 613

1909, Jun 15-30, and undated

Box 64, Folder 614

1909, July 1-16

Box 64, Folder 615

1909, Jul 17-31, and undated

Box 64, Folder 616

1909, August

Box 64, Folder 617

1909, September 1-10

Box 64, Folder 618

1909, September 11-23

Box 64, Folder 619

1909, Sep ember 24-30, and undated

Box 64, Folder 620

1909, October 1-13

Box 65, Folder 621

1909, October 14-27

Box 65, Folder 622

1909, Oct 28-31, and undated

Box 65, Folder 623

1909, November 1-10

Box 65, Folder 624

1909, November 11-23

Box 65, Folder 625

1909, Nov 24-30, and undated

Box 65, Folder 626

1909, December 1-13

Box 65, Folder 627

1909, December 14-19

Box 65, Folder 628

1909, Dec 20-31, and undated

Box 66, Folder 629

1910, January 1-10

Box 66, Folder 630

1910, January 11-20

Box 66, Folder 631

1910, Jan 21-31, and undated

Box 66, Folder 632

1910, February 1-10

Box 66, Folder 633

1910, February 11-20

Box 66, Folder 634

1910, Feb 21-28, and undated

Box 66, Folder 635

1910, March 1-10

Box 66, Folder 636

1910, March 11-20

Box 66, Folder 637

1910, March 21-25

Box 67, Folder 638

1910, Mar 26-31, and undated

Box 67, Folder 639

1910, April 1-8

Box 67, Folder 640

1910, April 9-16

Box 67, Folder 641

1910, April 17-24

Box 67, Folder 642

1910, Apr 25-30, and undated

Box 67, Folder 643

1910, May 1-8

Box 67, Folder 644

1910, May 9-16

Box 67, Folder 645

1910, May 17-24

Box 67, Folder 646

1910, May 25-31, and undated

Box 67, Folder 647

1910, June 1-10

Box 68, Folder 648

1910, June 11-20

Box 68, Folder 649

1910, Jun 21-30, and undated

Box 68, Folder 650

1910, July 1-10

Box 68, Folder 651

1910, July 11-20

Box 68, Folder 652

1910, Jul 21-31, and undated

Box 68, Folder 653

1910, Aug 1-31, and undated

Box 68, Folder 654

1910, September 1-20

Box 68, Folder 655

1910, Sep ember 21-30, and undated

Box 68, Folder 656

1910, October 1-10

Box 69, Folder 657

1910, October 11-20

Box 69, Folder 658

1910, October 21-27

Box 69, Folder 659

1910, Oct 28-31, and undated

Box 69, Folder 660

1910, November 1-6

Box 69, Folder 661

1910, November 7-16

Box 69, Folder 662

1910, Nov 17-30, and undated

Box 69, Folder 663

1910, Dec 1-31, and undated

Box 70, Folder 664

1911, January 1-10

Box 70, Folder 665

1911, January 11-20

Box 70, Folder 666

1911, January 21-28

Box 70, Folder 667

1911, Jan 29-31, and undated

Box 70, Folder 668

1911, February 1-4

Box 70, Folder 669

1911, February 5-7

Box 70, Folder 670

1911, February 10-14

Box 71, Folder 671

1911, February 15-19

Box 71, Folder 672

1911, February 20-24

Box 71, Folder 673

1911, Feb 25-28, and undated

Box 71, Folder 674

1911, March 1-5

Box 71, Folder 675

1911, March 6-8

Box 71, Folder 676

1911, March 9-12

Box 71, Folder 677

1911, March 13-16

Box 71, Folder 678

1911, March 17-20

Box 72, Folder 679

1911, March 21-25

Box 72, Folder 680

1911, Mar 26-31, and undated

Box 72, Folder 681

1911, April 1-6

Box 72, Folder 682

1911, April 7-13

Box 72, Folder 683

1911, April 14-20

Box 72, Folder 684

1911, April 21-25

Box 72, Folder 685

1911, Apr 26-30 and undated

Box 72, Folder 686

1911, May 1-6

Box 73, Folder 687

1911, May 7-14

Box 73, Folder 688

1911, May 15-18

Box 73, Folder 689

1911, May 19-25

Box 73, Folder 690

1911, May 26-31, and undated

Box 73, Folder 691

1911, June 1-13

Box 73, Folder 692

1911, June 14-19

Box 73, Folder 693

1911, Jun 20-30, and undated

Box 73, Folder 694

1911, July 1-15

Box 74, Folder 695

1911, July 16-23

Box 74, Folder 696

1911, July 24-28

Box 74, Folder 697

1911, Jul 29-31, and undated

Box 74, Folder 698

1911, August 1-8

Box 74, Folder 699

1911, August 9-22

Box 74, Folder 700

1911, Aug 23-31, and undated

Box 74, Folder 701

1911, September 1-9

Box 74, Folder 702

1911, September 10-19

Box 74, Folder 703

1911, Sep ember 20-30, and undated

Box 75, Folder 704

1911, October 1-12

Box 75, Folder 705

1911, October 13-25

Box 75, Folder 706

1911, Oct 26-31, and undated

Box 75, Folder 707

1911, November 1-3

Box 75, Folder 708

1911, November 4-13

Box 75, Folder 709

1911, November 14-23

Box 75, Folder 710

1911, Nov 24-31, and undated

Box 76, Folder 711

1911, December 1-12

Box 76, Folder 712

1911, December 13-26

Box 76, Folder 713

1911, Dec 27-31, and undated

Box 76, Folder 714

1912, January 1-5

Box 76, Folder 715

1912, January 6-10

Box 76, Folder 716

1912, January 11-15

Box 77, Folder 717

1912, January 16-20

Box 77, Folder 718

1912, January 21-26

Box 77, Folder 719

1912, Jan 27-31, and undated

Box 77, Folder 720

1912, February 1-6

Box 77, Folder 721

1912, February 7-11

Box 77, Folder 722

1912, February 12-15

Box 78, Folder 723

1912, February 16-19

Box 78, Folder 724

1912, February 20-25

Box 78, Folder 725

1912, Feb 26-29, and undated

Box 78, Folder 726

1912, March 1-5

Box 78, Folder 727

1912, March 6-11

Box 78, Folder 728

1912, March 11-16

Box 79, Folder 729

1912, March 17-22

Box 79, Folder 730

1912, March 23-29

Box 79, Folder 731

1912, Mar 30-31, and undated

Box 79, Folder 732

1912, April 1-7

Box 79, Folder 733

1912, April 8-11

Box 79, Folder 734

1912, April 12-17

Box 79, Folder 735

1912, April 18-23

Box 80, Folder 736

1912, Apr 24-30, and undated

Box 80, Folder 737

1912, May 1-8

Box 80, Folder 738

1912, May 9-14

Box 80, Folder 739

1912, May 15-22

Box 80, Folder 740

1912, May 23-31, and undated

Box 80, Folder 741

1912, June 1-11

Box 81, Folder 742

1912, June 12-18

Box 81, Folder 743

1912, Jun 19-30, and undated

Box 81, Folder 744

1912, July 1-10

Box 81, Folder 745

1912, July 11-24

Box 81, Folder 746

1912, Jul 25-31, and undated

Box 81, Folder 747

1912, August 1-9

Box 81, Folder 748

1912, August 10-22

Box 82, Folder 749

1912, Aug 23-31, and undated

Box 82, Folder 750

1912, September 1-8

Box 82, Folder 751

1912, September 9-13

Box 82, Folder 752

1912, September 14-20

Box 82, Folder 753

1912, September 21-26

Box 82, Folder 754

1912, Sep ember 27-31, and undated

Box 83, Folder 755

1912, October 1-6

Box 83, Folder 756

1912, October 9-12

Box 83, Folder 757

1912, October 14-20

Box 83, Folder 758

1912, October 21-27

Box 83, Folder 759

1912, Oct 28-31, and undated

Box 83, Folder 760

1912, November 1-8

Box 84, Folder 761

1912, November 9-16

Box 84, Folder 762

1912, November 17-24

Box 84, Folder 763

1912, Nov 25-30, and undated

Box 84, Folder 764

1912, December 1-6

Box 84, Folder 765

1912, December 7-12

Box 84, Folder 766

1912, December 13-19

Box 84, Folder 767

1912, December 20-26

Box 85, Folder 768

1912, Dec 27-31, and undated

Box 85, Folder 769

1913, January 1-6

Box 85, Folder 770

1913, January 7-10

Box 85, Folder 771

1913, January 11-16

Box 86, Folder 772

1913, January 17-21

Box 86, Folder 773

1913, January 22-28

Box 86, Folder 774

1913, Jan 29-31, and undated

Box 86, Folder 775

1913, February 1-6

Box 86, Folder 776

1913, February 7-11

Box 86, Folder 777

1913, February 12-16

Box 87, Folder 778

1913, February 17-21

Box 87, Folder 779

1913, Feb 22-28, and undated

Box 87, Folder 780

1913, March 1-5

Box 87, Folder 781

1913, March 6-12

Box 87, Folder 782

1913, March 13-20

Box 88, Folder 783

1913, March 21-26

Box 88, Folder 784

1913, Mar 27-31, and undated

Box 88, Folder 785

1913, April 1-7

Box 88, Folder 786

1913, April 8-14

Box 88, Folder 787

1913, April 15-22

Box 88, Folder 788

1913, Apr 23-30, and undated

Box 89, Folder 789

1913, May 1-7

Box 89, Folder 790

1913, May 8-12

Box 89, Folder 791

1913, May 13-16

Box 89, Folder 792

1913, May 17-21

Box 89, Folder 793

1913, May 22-26

Box 89, Folder 794

1913, May 27-31, and undated

Box 90, Folder 795

1913, June 1-12

Box 90, Folder 796

1913, June 13-30

Box 90, Folder 797

1913, July

Box 90, Folder 798

1913, August

Box 90, Folder 799

1913, September

Box 90, Folder 800

1913, October

Box 90, Folder 801

1913, November

Box 90, Folder 802

1913, December

Box 90, Folder 803

1914, January

Box 90, Folder 804

1914, February

Box 91, Folder 805

1914, March

Box 91, Folder 806

1914, April

Box 91, Folder 807

1914, May

Box 91, Folder 808

1914, June

Box 91, Folder 809

1914, July

Box 91, Folder 810

1914, August

Box 91, Folder 811

1914, September

Box 91, Folder 812

1914, October 1-12

Box 91, Folder 813

1914, October 13-22

Box 92, Folder 814

1914, Oct 23-31, and undated

Box 92, Folder 815

1914, November

Box 92, Folder 816

1914, December

Box 92, Folder 817

1915, January

Box 92, Folder 818

1915, February

Box 92, Folder 819

1915, March

Box 92, Folder 820

1915, April

Box 92, Folder 821

1915, May

Box 92, Folder 822

1915, June

Box 92, Folder 823

1915, July

Box 92, Folder 824

1915, August

Box 93, Folder 825

1915, September

Box 93, Folder 826

1915, October

Box 93, Folder 827

1915, November

Box 93, Folder 828

1915, December

Box 93, Folder 829

1916, January

Box 93, Folder 830

1916, February

Box 93, Folder 831

1916, March

Box 93, Folder 832

1916, April

Box 93, Folder 833

1916, May

Box 94, Folder 834

1916, June

Box 94, Folder 835

1916, July

Box 94, Folder 836

1916, August

Box 94, Folder 837

1916, September

Box 94, Folder 838

1916, October

Box 94, Folder 839

1916, November

Box 94, Folder 840

1916, December

Box 94, Folder 841

1917, January

Box 94, Folder 842

1917, February

Box 94, Folder 843

1917, March

Box 94, Folder 844

1917, April

Box 95, Folder 845

1917, May

Box 95, Folder 846

1917, June

Box 95, Folder 847

1917, July

Box 95, Folder 848

1917, August

Box 95, Folder 849

1917, September

Box 95, Folder 850

1917, October

Box 95, Folder 851

1917, November

Box 95, Folder 852

1917, December

Box 95, Folder 853

1918, January

Box 95, Folder 854

1918, February

Box 95, Folder 855

1918, March

Box 95, Folder 856

1918, April

Box 96, Folder 857

1918, May

Box 96, Folder 858

1918, June

Box 96, Folder 859

1918, July

Box 96, Folder 860

1918, August

Box 96, Folder 861

1918, September

Box 96, Folder 862

1918, October

Box 96, Folder 863

1918, November

Box 97, Folder 864

1918, December

Box 97, Folder 865

1919, January

Box 97, Folder 866

1919, February

Box 97, Folder 867

1919, March

Box 97, Folder 868

1919, April

Box 97, Folder 869

1919, May

Box 98, Folder 870

1919, June

Box 98, Folder 871

1919, July

Box 98, Folder 872

1919, August

Box 98, Folder 873

1919, September

Box 98, Folder 874

1919, October

Box 99, Folder 875

1919, November

Box 99, Folder 876

1919, December

Box 99, Folder 877

1920, January

Box 99, Folder 878

1920, February

Box 99, Folder 879

1920, March

Box 99, Folder 880

1920, April

Box 100, Folder 881

1920, May

Box 100, Folder 882

1920, June

Box 100, Folder 883

1920, July

Box 100, Folder 884

1920, August

Box 100, Folder 885

1920, September

Box 100, Folder 886

1920, October

Box 100, Folder 887

1920, November 1-15

Box 100, Folder 888

1920, November 16-30

Box 101, Folder 889

1920, December 1-16

Box 101, Folder 890

1920, December 17-31

Box 101, Folder 891

1921, January 1-15

Box 101, Folder 892

1921, Jan 16-31, and undated

Box 101, Folder 893

1921, February

Box 102, Folder 894

1921, March

Box 102, Folder 895

1921, April

Box 102, Folder 896

1921, May

Box 102, Folder 897

1921, June

Box 102, Folder 898

1921, July

Box 102, Folder 899

1921, August

Box 102, Folder 900

1921, September

Box 103, Folder 901

1921, October

Box 103, Folder 902

1921, November

Box 103, Folder 903

1921, December 1-19

Box 103, Folder 904

1921, Dec 20-31, and undated

Box 103, Folder 905

1922, January 1-17

Box 104, Folder 906

1922, January 18-31

Box 104, Folder 907

1922, February 1-14

Box 104, Folder 908

1922, February 15-29

Box 104, Folder 909

1922, March

Box 104, Folder 910

1922, April 1-14

Box 104, Folder 911

1922, April 15-29

Box 105, Folder 912

1922, May 1-19

Box 105, Folder 913

1922, May 20-31

Box 105, Folder 914

1922, June

Box 105, Folder 915

1922, July

Box 105, Folder 916

1922, August

Box 105, Folder 917

1922, September

Box 106, Folder 918

1922, October

Box 106, Folder 919

1922, November

Box 106, Folder 920

1922, December

Box 106, Folder 921

1923, January 1-18

Box 106, Folder 922

1923, January 19-31

Box 106, Folder 923

1923, February 1-18

Box 107, Folder 924

1923, February 19-31

Box 107, Folder 925

1923, March 1-8

Box 107, Folder 926

1923, March 9-20

Box 107, Folder 927

1923, March 21-31

Box 107, Folder 928

1923, April 1-12

Box 107, Folder 929

1923, April 13-30

Box 108, Folder 930

1923, May 1-15

Box 108, Folder 931

1923, May 16-31

Box 108, Folder 932

1923, June 1-17

Box 108, Folder 933

1923, June 18-31

Box 108, Folder 934

1923, July 1-17

Box 108, Folder 935

1923, July 18-31

Box 109, Folder 936

1923, August 1-14

Box 109, Folder 937

1923, August 15-22

Box 109, Folder 938

1923, Aug 23-31, and undated

Box 109, Folder 939

1923, September 1-15

Box 109, Folder 940

1923, September 16-30

Box 109, Folder 941

1923, October 1-15

Box 110, Folder 942

1923, October 16-31

Box 110, Folder 943

1923, November 1-8

Box 110, Folder 944

1923, November 9-21

Box 110, Folder 945

1923, November 22-30

Box 110, Folder 946

1923, December 1-15

Box 110, Folder 947

1923, December 16-31

Box 111, Folder 948

1924, January 1-8

Box 111, Folder 949

1924, January 9-20

Box 111, Folder 950

1924, January 21-31

Box 111, Folder 951

1924, February 1-14

Box 111, Folder 952

1924, February 15-29

Box 111, Folder 953

1924, March 1-13

Box 111, Folder 954

1924, March 14-22

Box 112, Folder 955

1924, March 23-31

Box 112, Folder 956

1924, April 1-10

Box 112, Folder 957

1924, April 11-20

Box 112, Folder 958

1924, April 21-30

Box 112, Folder 959

1924, May 1-18

Box 112, Folder 960

1924, May 19-31

Box 112, Folder 961

1924, June 1-13

Box 113, Folder 962

1924, June 14-30

Box 113, Folder 963

1924, July 1-16

Box 113, Folder 964

1924, July 17-31

Box 113, Folder 965

1924, August

Box 113, Folder 966

1924, September 1-15

Box 113, Folder 967

1924, September 16-30

Box 113, Folder 968

1924, October 1-13

Box 114, Folder 969

1924, October 14-31

Box 114, Folder 970

1924, November 1-18

Box 114, Folder 971

1924, November 19-31

Box 114, Folder 972

1924, December 1-9

Box 114, Folder 973

1924, December 10-17

Box 114, Folder 974

1924, December 18-31

Box 114, Folder 975

1925, January

Box 115, Folder 976

1925, February

Box 115, Folder 977

1925, March 1-22

Box 115, Folder 978

1925, March 23-31

Box 115, Folder 979

1925, April

Box 115, Folder 980

1925, May

Box 115, Folder 981

1925, June 1-16

Box 115, Folder 982

1925, June 17-30

Box 116, Folder 983

1925, July 1-19

Box 116, Folder 984

1925, July 20-31

Box 116, Folder 985

1925, August 1-17

Box 116, Folder 986

1925, August 18-31

Box 116, Folder 987

1925, September

Box 116, Folder 988

1925, October

Box 116, Folder 989

1925, November

Box 117, Folder 990

1925, December

Box 117, Folder 991

1926, January

Box 117, Folder 992

1926, February

Box 117, Folder 993

1926, March

Box 117, Folder 994

1926, April

Box 117, Folder 995

1926, May

Box 117, Folder 996

1926, June

Box 117, Folder 997

1926, July

Box 117, Folder 998

1926, August

Box 117, Folder 999

1926, September

Box 117, Folder 1000

1926, October

Box 117, Folder 1001

1926, November

Box 118, Folder 1002

1926, December

Box 118, Folder 1003

1927, Janaury 1-16

Box 118, Folder 1004

1927, January 17-31

Box 118, Folder 1005

1927, February

Box 118, Folder 1006

1927, March

Box 118, Folder 1007

1927, April

Box 118, Folder 1008

1927, May 1-14

Box 118, Folder 1009

1927, May 15-31, and undated

Box 119, Folder 1010

1927, June

Box 119, Folder 1011

1927, July

Box 119, Folder 1012

1927, August

Box 119, Folder 1013

1927, September

Box 119, Folder 1014

1927, October

Box 120, Folder 1015

1927, November

Box 120, Folder 1016

1927, December

Box 120, Folder 1017

1928, January

Box 120, Folder 1018

1928, February

Box 120, Folder 1019

1928, March

Box 120, Folder 1020

1928, April

Box 120, Folder 1021

1928, May

Box 120, Folder 1022

1928, June

Box 121, Folder 1023

1928, July

Box 121, Folder 1024

1928, August

Box 121, Folder 1025

1928, September

Box 121, Folder 1026

1928, October

Box 121, Folder 1027

1928, November

Box 121, Folder 1028

1928, December

Box 121, Folder 1029

1929, January

Box 122, Folder 1030

1929, February

Box 122, Folder 1031

1929, March

Box 122, Folder 1032

1929, April

Box 122, Folder 1033

1929, May

Box 122, Folder 1034

1929, June

Box 122, Folder 1035

1929, July

Box 122, Folder 1036

1929, August

Box 122, Folder 1037

1929, September

Box 122, Folder 1038

1929, October

Box 123, Folder 1039

1929, November

Box 123, Folder 1040

1929, December

Box 123, Folder 1041

1930, January

Box 123, Folder 1042

1930, February

Box 123, Folder 1043

1930, March

Box 123, Folder 1044

1930, April

Box 123, Folder 1045

1930, May

Box 123, Folder 1046

1930, June

Box 123, Folder 1047

1930, July

Box 123, Folder 1048

1930, August

Box 123, Folder 1049

1930, September

Box 123, Folder 1050

1930, October

Box 123, Folder 1051

1930, November

Box 123, Folder 1052

1930, December

Box 123, Folder 1053

1931, January

Box 124, Folder 1054

1931, February

Box 124, Folder 1055

1931, March

Box 124, Folder 1056

1931, April

Box 124, Folder 1057

1931, May

Box 124, Folder 1058

1931, June

Box 124, Folder 1059

1931, July

Box 124, Folder 1060

1931, August

Box 124, Folder 1061

1931, September

Box 124, Folder 1062

1931, October-December

Box 124, Folder 1063

A-J Undated,

Box 124, Folder 1064

K-Z Undated,

Box 124, Folder 1065

Addenda, circa 1895-1913

Box 125, Folder 1

Letters to Charles H. Rieber, and Mar 8, 1901 May 16, 1901

Note

Box 125 contains letters added to Series I-A of the Jordan Papers after January 1983, which are included in the index but were not microfilmed.
Box 125, Folder 2

Letter to Miss Berry, with drawings by Jordan. Written aboard the Alameda. Mar 17, 1905

Box 125, Folder 3

Letters to George T. Clark, and Mar 25, 1907 Dec 10, 1909?

Box 125, Folder 4

Letter to Clytie Sweet, '21, and poem by DSJ Santa Clara; Virgen y Martir, copied for Clytie Sweet May 17, 1919 (1893)

Box 125, Folder 5

Letters to Dr. Nelson Brayton, and Christmas card to the Braytons and the LaDows, from Jessie Knight Jordan, Jul 17, 1911, undated

Box 125, Folder 6

Christmas card to George T. Clark (photograph of DSJ with his dog Jock), 19-Dec-27

Box 125, Folder 7

Letter to Joseph L. Bristow (International Congress of Zoology), [photocopy] May 21, 1910

Box 125, Folder 8

Correspondence with World Book Company, 1923-1926

 

Letter to Edward A. Bryant, May 16, 1923

 

Letter from Whitman Brown (?), 12-Aug-24

 

Letter to Edward A. Bryant, June 3, 1926

 

Letter to Alfred O. Shedd, 25-Sep-26

 

Letter to H. C. Bryant, 25-Sep-26

 

Letter to Alfred A. Shedd, 12-Oct-26

 

Note regarding the printing of fish names, undated

Box 125, Folder 9

Outgoing correspondence, [partially photocopies] 1891-1928

Box 125, Folder 10

Letters from Melville Best Anderson, 1913-1914

Box 125, Folder 11

Letters from John Casper Branner, 1913-1914

Box 125, Folder 12

Letters from V. L. Callogy, J. E. Coover, and William J. Crook, 1913, 1914, 1914

Box 125, Folder 13

Leters from George A. Clark, 1914

Box 125, Folder 14

Letters from W. H. Carruth, 1914

Box 125, Folder 15

Letters from Aurelio Espinosa, 1913-1914

Box 125, Folder 16

Letters from A. L. Guinan, A. B. Hitchcock, Herbert Hoover, and Alvin S. Johnson, 1913, 1902, 1914, 1914

Box 125, Folder 17

Letter from Tetsuro Hayasaka, in Japanese circa 1900

Box 125, Folder 18

Letters from Emil Hollmann, 1913

Box 125, Folder 19

Letters from Timothy Hopkins, 1914

Box 125, Folder 20

Letter from Hachiro Mine, in Japanese circa 1900

Box 125, Folder 21

Letter from Harry C. Peterson, 1914

Box 125, Folder 22

Letter from H. Satonura, G. Otsuka, and S. Kondo (S.U. janitors) undated

Box 125, Folder 23

Letters from Ray Lyman Wilbur, 1914

Box 125, Folder 24

Miscellaneous memos

Box 125, Folder 25

Printed poems

 

Series I-B Stanford Business Correspondence 1885-1933

Scope and Content Note

Applications for admittance or appointments to Stanford; faculty requests for equipment; salary rolls of the Stanford faculty; University bills; assembly announcements.
Box 1, Folder 1

1891, January-September

Box 1, Folder 2

1891, October-December

Box 1, Folder 3

1892, January-August

Box 1, Folder 4

1892, September-December

Box 2, Folder 5

1893, January-February

Box 2, Folder 6

1893, March-April

Box 2, Folder 7

1893, May-June

Box 3, Folder 8

1893, July

Box 3, Folder 9

1893, August

Box 3, Folder 10

1893, September

Box 3, Folder 11

1893, October

Box 4, Folder 12

1893, November-December

Box 4, Folder 13

1894, January

Box 4, Folder 14

1894, February-March

Box 4, Folder 15

1894, April

Box 5, Folder 16

1894, May-September

Box 5, Folder 17

1894, October-December

Box 5, Folder 18

1895, January-May

Box 5, Folder 19

1895, June-August

Box 5, Folder 20

1895, September

Box 6, Folder 21

1895, October-1896, January

Box 6, Folder 22

1896, February-March

Box 6, Folder 23

1896, April-October

Box 7, Folder 24

1896, November-1897, April

Box 7, Folder 25

1897, May-December

Box 7, Folder 26

1898, January

Box 7, Folder 27

1898, February

Box 7, Folder 28

1898, March

Box 8, Folder 29

1898, April-May 15

Box 8, Folder 30

1898, May 16-June

Box 8, Folder 31

1898, July-August

Box 8, Folder 32

1898, September

Box 9, Folder 33

1898, October-November

Box 9, Folder 34

1898, December-1899, January

Box 9, Folder 35

1899, February-April

Box 10, Folder 36

1899, May-June

Box 10, Folder 37

1899, July

Box 10, Folder 38

1899, August-September

Box 10, Folder 39

1899, October

Box 11, Folder 40

1899, November

Box 11, Folder 41

1899, December

Box 11, Folder 41a

1899, undated

Box 11, Folder 42

1900, January

Box 12, Folder 43

1900, February

Box 12, Folder 44

1900, March

Box 12, Folder 45

1900, April

Box 12, Folder 46

1900, May

Box 13, Folder 47

1900, June

Box 13, Folder 48

1900, July-August

Box 13, Folder 49

1900, September

Box 13, Folder 50

1900, October

Box 14, Folder 51

1900, November

Box 14, Folder 52

1900, December

Box 14, Folder 53

1901, January

Box 15, Folder 54

1901, February

Box 15, Folder 55

1901, March

Box 15, Folder 56

1901, April

Box 16, Folder 57

1901, May 1-15

Box 16, Folder 58

1901, May 16-31

Box 16, Folder 59

1901, June 1-15

Box 16, Folder 60

1901, June 16-30

Box 17, Folder 61

1901, July

Box 17, Folder 62

1901, August

Box 17, Folder 63

1901, September

Box 17, Folder 64

1901, October

Box 18, Folder 65

1901, November

Box 18, Folder 66

1901, December

Box 18, Folder 67

1902, January-February

Box 19, Folder 68

1902, March-April

Box 19, Folder 69

1902, May-June

Box 19, Folder 70

1902, July-September

Box 19, Folder 71

1902, October-December

Box 20, Folder 72

1903, January

Box 20, Folder 73

1903, February

Box 20, Folder 74

1903, March

Box 21, Folder 75

1903, April

Box 21, Folder 76

1903 May

Box 21, Folder 77

1903, June

Box 21, Folder 78

1903, July

Box 22, Folder 79

1903, August-September

Box 22, Folder 80

1903, October

Box 22, Folder 81

1903, November

Box 22, Folder 82

1903, December

Box 23, Folder 83

1904, January

Box 23, Folder 84

1904, February

Box 23, Folder 85

1904, March

Box 24, Folder 86

1904, April

Box 24, Folder 87

1904, May

Box 24, Folder 88

1904, June

Box 24, Folder 89

1904, July

Box 25, Folder 90

1904, August

Box 25, Folder 91

1904, September

Box 25, Folder 92

1904, October

Box 25, Folder 93

1904, November

Box 26, Folder 94

1904, December

Box 26, Folder 95

1905, January-February

Box 26, Folder 96

1905, March

Box 26, Folder 97

1905, April

Box 27, Folder 98

1905, May

Box 27, Folder 99

1905, June-July

Box 27, Folder 100

1905, August

Box 27, Folder 101

1905, September

Box 28, Folder 102

1905, December

Box 28, Folder 103

1906, January

Box 28, Folder 104

1906, February

Box 29, Folder 105

1906, March

Box 29, Folder 106

1906, April

Box 29, Folder 107

1906, May

Box 29, Folder 108

1906, June

Box 30, Folder 109

1906, July

Box 30, Folder 110

1906, August

Box 30, Folder 111

1906, September

Box 30, Folder 112

1906, October

Box 30, Folder 113

1906, November-December

Box 31, Folder 114

1907, January

Box 31, Folder 115

1907, February

Box 31, Folder 116

1907, March

Box 31, Folder 117

1907, April

Box 31, Folder 118

1907, May-June

Box 32, Folder 119

1907, July

Box 32, Folder 120

1907, August

Box 32, Folder 121

1907, September

Box 32, Folder 122

1907, October

Box 32, Folder 123

1907, November-December

Box 33, Folder 124

1908, January

Box 33, Folder 125

1908, February

Box 33, Folder 126

1908, March

Box 33, Folder 127

1908, April

Box 34, Folder 128

1908, May

Box 34, Folder 129

1908, June

Box 34, Folder 130

1908, July

Box 34, Folder 131

1908, August

Box 34, Folder 132

1908, September

Box 35, Folder 133

1908, October

Box 35, Folder 134

1908, November-December

Box 35, Folder 135

1909, January

Box 35, Folder 136

1909, February

Box 35, Folder 137

1909, March

Box 36, Folder 138

1909, April

Box 36, Folder 139

1909, May

Box 36, Folder 140

1909, June-August

Box 36, Folder 141

1909, September-October

Box 36, Folder 142

1909, November

Box 37, Folder 143

1909, December

Box 37, Folder 144

1910, January-February

Box 37, Folder 145

1910, March-April

Box 37, Folder 146

1910, May

Box 38, Folder 147

1910, June

Box 38, Folder 148

1910, July

Box 38, Folder 149

1910, August

Box 38, Folder 150

1910, September

Box 39, Folder 151

1910, October

Box 39, Folder 152

1910, November-December

Box 39, Folder 153

1911, January

Box 39, Folder 154

1911, February

Box 39, Folder 155

1911, March

Box 40, Folder 156

1911, April

Box 40, Folder 157

1911, May

Box 40, Folder 158

1911, June

Box 40, Folder 159

1911, July

Box 41, Folder 160

1911, August

Box 41, Folder 161

1911, September

Box 41, Folder 162

1911, October

Box 41, Folder 163

1911, November

Box 41, Folder 164

1911, December

Box 42, Folder 165

1912, January

Box 42, Folder 166

1912, February

Box 42, Folder 167

1912, March

Box 42, Folder 168

1912, April

Box 42, Folder 169

1912, May

Box 43, Folder 170

1912, June-July

Box 43, Folder 171

1912, August-September

Box 43, Folder 172

1912, October

Box 43, Folder 173

1912, November

Box 44, Folder 174

1912, December

Box 44, Folder 175

1913, January

Box 44, Folder 176

1913, February

Box 44, Folder 177

1913, March

Box 44, Folder 178

1913, April

Box 45, Folder 179

1913, May

Box 45, Folder 180

1913, June

Box 45, Folder 181

1913, July-December

Box 46, Folder 182

1914-1933

Box 46, Folder 183

Miscellaneous and undated

Box 46, Folder 184

Miscellaneous and undated

Box 47, Folder 185

Anderson, Melville B. and the reorganization of the English Department 1900-01

Box 47, Folder 186

Barnes, Earl, 1897-1903

Box 47, Folder 187

Barnett, S.J., resignation

Box 47, Folder 188

Blodgett, Benjamin, circa 1904

Box 47, Folder 189

Campbell, M.G., 1895

Box 47, Folder 190

Copeland, E.B., resignation

Box 47, Folder 191

Earle, Homer P., 1902

Box 47, Folder 192

Fluegel, Ewald and the Carnegie Institution, 1910

Box 47, Folder 193

Frye, Mrs. Caroline F., DSJ's position on war 1899:

Box 47, Folder 194

Gilbert, C.H., 1901

Box 47, Folder 195

Goebel, Julius, original correspondence and documents 1905,

Box 47, Folder 196

Goebel, Julius, letters and documents 1904-06

Box 47, Folder 197

Goebel, Julius, letters and documents 1904-06

Box 47, Folder 198

Goebel, Julius, correspondence 1904-06

Box 47, Folder 199

Goebel, Julius, correspondence and Advisory Board testimony, 1905

Box 48, Folder 200

Green, James B., 1892

Box 48, Folder 201

Professor Green and the haberdasher matter, 1904

Box 48, Folder 202

Hardy, Irene, Fund, 1905-06

Box 48, Folder 203

Howard, Burt Estes 1899-1901

Box 48, Folder 204

Hussey, J.W. and the Lick Observatory, 1897

Box 48, Folder 205

Kellogg, V.L., report on woodborers in the arboretum, 1903

Box 48, Folder 206

McColloch, C.C., student discipline case, 1906-07

Box 48, Folder 207

MacQueen, Peter (Philippines)

Box 48, Folder 208

Pease, E.M. and Miller, Walter, 1898-1902

Box 48, Folder 209

Pease, Ernest M. [copies], 1900-02

Box 48, Folder 210

Ramsey, Marathon, Montrose, drinking problem 1903

Box 48, Folder 211

Rolfe, H.W., correspondence re-dismissal copies, 1904-09

Box 48, Folder 212

Ross, Edward A., correspondence with Jordan, 1893-1900, and undated

Box 48, Folder 213

Ross, Edward A., reactions to his resignation, 1900-01

Box 48, Folder 214

Ross, Edward A., correspondence regarding, A-C 1900-01,

Box 49, Folder 215

Ross, Edward A., correspondence regarding, D-F 1900-01,

Box 49, Folder 216

Ross, Edward A., correspondence regarding, G-L 1900-01,

Box 49, Folder 217

Ross, Edward A., correspondence regarding, M-S 1900-01,

Box 49, Folder 218

Ross, Edward A., correspondence regarding, T-Z 1900-01,

Box 49, Folder 219

Show, A. Barthlow

Box 49, Folder 220

Shults, Dr. J.H., matter: doctor on campus

Box 49, Folder 221

Smith, Mary Roberts, 1901-03

Box 49, Folder 222

Storey, Thomas A., 1906

Box 49, Folder 223

Swain, Joseph, Vice-Presidential position, 1895

Box 49, Folder 224

Thoburn, Wilbur Wilson, death of, 1899

Box 49, Folder 225

Warner, Amos Griswold, 1903

Box 49, Folder 226

Wright, Mrs., 1903

Box 49, Folder 227

Wright, Max G.

Box 50, Folder 228

Cemetery in the arboretum, 1902

Box 50, Folder 229

Art studio, 1898

Box 50, Folder 230

Art department, nude model, 1900

Box 50, Folder 231

Athletic fields, proposed, (includes plans) 1900

Box 50, Folder 232

Engineering lab, estimate and plans, 1901-02

Box 50, Folder 233

Faculty housing data, report by J.C. Branner 1905-06,

Box 50, Folder 234

Hopkins Laboratory, publications, 1895

Box 50, Folder 235

Hopkins Laboratory, bills and receipts

Box 50, Folder 236

Faculty appointments to the Law School, 1907

Box 50, Folder 237

Librarian, reports, 1892-93, 1895-96, 1903-04

Box 50, Folder 238

Librarian, candidates for position, 1906-07

Box 50, Folder 239

Babine, A.V., Associate Librarian

Box 50, Folder 240

Hildebrand Library, 1895

Box 50, Folder 241

University Preachers, 1903

Box 50, Folder 242

Newton, Heber, Chaplain, 1903

Box 50, Folder 243

Music, School of, rumors concerning, 1902

Box 50, Folder 244

Pacific Academy (use of the Stanford SF residence as School of History, Economics and Political Science)

Box 50, Folder 245

Stanford University Press, 1903 [1897]

Box 50, Folder 246

Student dormitories, (no correspondence) 1895-1900,

Box 50, Folder 247

Encina Club Room, policy re: use of, 1902

Box 50, Folder 248

Summer School, committee report, 1903

Box 50, Folder 249

Westholm: a private home for invalid students, 1903

Box 51, Folder 250

Accrediting system, esp. Department of Education

Box 51, Folder 251

Addresses at Memorial Service in honor of Librarian Nash and Professor Richardson, 1902-03

Box 51, Folder 252

Appointments and resignations, 1894

Box 51, Folder 253

Association of American Universities, Stanford-Berkeley meeting, March 1906

Box 51, Folder 254

Bonnheim Prize matters, 1906

Box 51, Folder 255

Correspondence with George A. Clark during DSJ's absences from campus, 1900-06

Box 51, Folder 256

Colors associated with words or letters, correspondence and research notes. 1892:

Box 51, Folder 257

Crank literature, Shaw's poetry

Box 51, Folder 258

Crank literature, miscellaneous

Box 51, Folder 259

Crank literature, miscellaneous

Box 51, Folder 260

Crustaceans (Japanese collection): Jordan and Snyder

Box 51, Folder 261

Drainage legislation and Professor Nathan Abbott, 1902

Box 51, Folder 262

Endowed professorship - Welsh - 1899

Box 51, Folder 263

Fish notes from Alan Owston. Yokohama, Japan, 1903

Box 52, Folder 264

Harkness collection - correspondence, 1901-02

Box 52, Folder 265

Lathrop, Charles, letters, 1902?

Box 52, Folder 266

Miscellaneous papers - Jordan, 1899-1906

Box 52, Folder 267

Letters of distinguished men, 1899-1901

Box 52, Folder 268

Mosquito-feeding fish, 1903-05

Box 52, Folder 269

Oisson-Seffer, Dehr, report of his visit to La Zacualpa Rubber Plantations, etc, 1905

Box 52, Folder 270

Properties in the estate of Leland Stanford

Box 52, Folder 271

Rhodes Scholarship matter, 1906-07

Box 52, Folder 272

Papers relating to Roosevelt's visit, 1903

Box 52, Folder 273

Dr. Ross and the proposed Palo Alto sanitarium, 1903

Box 52, Folder 273a

Samoa, American - fishes

Box 52, Folder 274

Spiritualistic origin of the University, DSJ's statement reputing, 1901

Box 52, Folder 275

Stanford, Jane, reception for given by faculty, 1901

Box 52, Folder 276

Stanford, Jane to Branner, Stillman, Nash re:increase in their salaries

Box 52, Folder 277

Stanford, Jane, correspondence from DSJ, 1898 and undated

Box 52, Folder 278

Stenographers, 1900-03

Box 52, Folder 279

Student Guide, report of the, 1903

Box 52, Folder 280

Taxation, memoranda as to (no author, undated

Box 52, Folder 281

Telephone matters, 1909-10

Box 52, Folder 282

White, Andrew D., memorandum to the Stanfords, 1892

Box 53, Folder 283

Leland Stanford, Jr. University, applications received January 12, 1885-July 24, 1889

Box 53, Folder 284

Leland Stanford, Jr. University, applications received July 24, 1889-April 25, 1891

Box 54, Folder 285

General received, June 8, 1889-September 10, 1891

Box 54, Folder 286

General received, September 10, 1891-November 5, 1891

Box 55, Folder 287

President's Office, incoming, A-C October 1, 1891,

Box 55, Folder 288

President's Office, incoming, D-G October 1, 1891,

Box 55, Folder 289

President's Office, incoming, H-K October 1, 1891,

Box 55, Folder 290

University letters, A-C August 1-30, 1903,

Box 55, Folder 291

University letters, D-J August 1-30, 1903,

Box 55, Folder 292

University letters, K-Z August 1-30, 1903,

Box 56, Folder 293

General letters, A-E August 1-31, 1909,

Box 56, Folder 294

General letters, F-L August 1-31, 1909,

Box 56, Folder 295

General letters, M-Z August 1-31, 1909,

Box 56, Folder 296

General letters, A-C June-July, 1911,

Box 56, Folder 297

General letters, D-H June-July, 1911,

Box 56, Folder 298

General letters, I-N June-July, 1911,

Box 56, Folder 299

General letters, O-Z June-July, 1911,

Box 57, Folder 300

President's Office letters

Box 58, Folder 301

Incoming, A-F 1891,

Box 58, Folder 302

Incoming, G-Z 1891,

Box 58, Folder 303

Incoming, A-D 1892,

Box 58, Folder 304

Incoming, E-M 1892,

Box 58, Folder 305

Incoming, N-Z 1892,

Box 59, Folder 306

Incoming, A-M 1894,

Box 59, Folder 307

Incoming, N-Z 1894,

Box 59, Folder 308

Incoming, A-Z 1896,

Box 59, Folder 309

Incoming, A-Z 1897-1899,

Box 60, Folder 310

Trustees, Crothers, Davis, Leib 1902-03,

Box 60, Folder 311

Trustees, Crothers, Davis, Leib, Lathrop 1904,

Box 60, Folder 312

Trustees, Crothers, Davis 1905,

Box 60, Folder 313

Trustees, Crothers, Davis 1906,

 

Series I-C Birthday Wishes

Scope and Content Note

Birthday wishes addressed to David Starr Jordan. Certain messages from distinguished friends or of merit because of content have been transferred to the General Correspondence file (Series IA).
Box 1, Folder 1

(50th) 1901

Box 1, Folder 2

1903

Box 1, Folder 3

(60th) 1911

Box 1, Folder 4

1913

Box 1, Folder 5

1920

Box 1, Folder 6

(70th) 1921

Box 1, Folder 7

1922

Box 1, Folder 8

1923

Box 1, Folder 9

1924

Box 1, Folder 10

1925

Box 1, Folder 11

Miscellaneous greetings Undated:

Box 2, Folder 1

(75th) 1926

Box 2, Folder 2

1927

Box 2, Folder 3

1928

Box 2, Folder 4

1929

Box 3, Folder 1

1930

Box 3, Folder 2

Telegrams, newspaper clippings 1930:

Box 3, Folder 3

(80th) 1931

Box 3, Folder 4

(80th) 1931

Box 3, Folder 5

Telegrams 1931:

Box 3, Folder 6

(80th) 1931

Box 3, Folder 7

News articles 1931:

 

Series I-D Condolences

Scope and Content Note

Condolences sent to Jessie Knight Jordan at the death of Dr. Jordan. Certain messages from distinguished friends or of merit because of content have been transferred to the General Correspondence file (Series IA).
Box 1, Folder 1

Get Well Wishes. Condolences.

Box 1, Folder 2

Death: Condolence letters

Box 1, Folder 3

Death: Condolence letters

Box 1, Folder 4

Death: Condolence letters from faculty

Box 1, Folder 5

Death: Condolence cards

Box 1, Folder 6

Death: Telegram condolences

Box 1, Folder 7

Death: Miscellaneous - death notices, letters to the University

Box 2, Folder 1

Condolences after Eric Knight Jordan's Death

Box 2, Folder 2

Condolences: Letters from personal friends

Box 2, Folder 3

Condolences: Letters from personal friends and relatives

Box 2, Folder 4

Condolences

Box 2, Folder 5

Condolences: Letters and telegrams

Box 2, Folder 6

Condolences

 

Series I-E Tributes after Jordan's Death

Box 1, Folder 1

Tributes

Box 1, Folder 2

Tributes

Box 1, Folder 3

Tree correspondence 1931

Box 1, Folder 4

Newspaper clippings

Box 1, Folder 5

Newspaper clippings

Box 1, Folder 6

Tributes, journals

Box 1, Folder 7

Tributes, manuscripts

Box 2

Scrapbook of newspaper clippings collected by the pupils of the Dudley Stone School

 

Series I-AA: Letter books 1898-1910

Scope and Content Note

These volumes constitute Jordan's chronological file. Arranged in chronological order by earliest date, each volume contains an alphabetically arranged name index.
Box 1

March 30, 1898 - June 5, 1900

Box 1

September 27, 1900 - February 5, 1902 and February 1, 1906 - March 12, 1906

Box 2

November 23, 1900 - May 2, 1901

Box 2

May 2, 1901 - October 11, 1901

Box 3

October 9, 1901 - January 4, 1902

Box 3

January 4, 1902 - February 25, 1902

Box 4

February 25, 1902 - April 15, 1902

Box 4

April 15, 1902 - June 11, 1902

Box 5

June 11, 1902 - September 19, 1902

Box 5

September 19, 1902 - November 10, 1902

Box 6

December 24, 1902 - February 6, 1903

Box 6

February 6, 1903 - March 10, 1903

Box 7

March 10, 1903 - April 17, 1903

Box 7

April 17, 1903 - May 20, 1903

Box 8

May 20, 1903 - June 29, 1903

Box 8

July 1, 1903 - September 7, 1903

Box 9

September 7, 1903 - October 27, 1903

Box 9

October 27, 1903 - December 8, 1903

Box 10

December 8, 1903 - January 29, 1904

Box 10

January 28, 1904 - March 7, 1904

Box 11

March 7, 1904 - June 1, 1904

Box 11

June 1, 1904 - August 1, 1904

Box 12

September 25, 1904 - November 2, 1904

Box 12

December 13, 1904 - January 22, 1905

Box 13

January 23, 1905 - March 4, 1905

Box 13

March 4, 1905 - April 13, 1905

Box 14

April 13, 1905 - May 15, 1905

Box 14

May 13, 1905 - August 30, 1905

Box 15

August 30, 1905 - October 14, 1905

Box 15

October 14, 1905 - December 4, 1905

Box 16

December 4, 1905 - January 15, 1906

Box 16

January 15, 1906 - February 24, 1906

Box 17

February 24, 1906 - April 17, 1906

Box 17

April 17, 1906 - May 24, 1906

Box 18

May 24, 1906 - July 24, 1906

Box 18

September 17, 1906 - November 3, 1906

Box 19

November 3, 1906 -January 8, 1907

Box 19

January 8, 1907 - February 12, 1907

Box 20

February 12, 1907 - March 18, 1907

Box 20

March 18, 1907 - May 10, 1907

Box 21

May 9, 1907 - August 5, 1907

Box 21

November 14, 1907 - January 13, 1908

Box 22

March 11, 1908 - April 15, 1908

Box 22

April 16, 1908 - May 23, 1908

Box 23

May 23, 1908 - August 29, 1908

Box 23

August 29, 1908 - September 30, 1908

Box 24

September 30, 1908 - November 5, 1908

Box 24

November 5, 1908 - December 19, 1908

Box 25

December 19, 1908 - January 16, 1909

Box 25

January 16, 1909 - February 15, 1909

Box 26

February 15, 1909 - March 15, 1909

Box 26

March 15, 1909 - April 13, 1909

Box 27

April 13, 1909 - May 25, 1909

Box 27

missing

Box 27

August 24, 1909 - September 30, 1909

Box 28

September 29, 1909 - November 10, 1909

Box 28

November 10, 1909 - December 15, 1909

Box 29

December 15, 1909 - February 1, 1910

Box 29

February 1, 1910 - March 14, 1910

Box 30

March 14, 1910 - April 26, 1910

Box 30

April 26, 1910 - June 2, 1910

 

Series I-F Jessie Knight Jordan Correspondence

Scope and Content Note

Prior to Jordan's death, his physical condition prevented him from answering his correspondence or managing his business affairs. Mrs. Jordan assumed this burden and since their interests paralleled she continued to correspond with and support certain organizations after Dr. Jordan's death.
Mrs. Jordan frequently kept related correspondence together regardless of date. Such assortments have been filed in chronological order by the earliest date. Programs, invitations, etc. have been filed by the (earliest) date of the event. Within one date letters are filed alphabetically by sender; Mrs. Jordan's letters are alphabetical by recipient.
Box 1, Folder 1

1895 - 1928, December

Box 1, Folder 2

1929, January-June

Box 1, Folder 3

1929, July

Box 1, Folder 4

1929, August

Box 1, Folder 5

1929, September

Box 1, Folder 6

1929, October

Box 1, Folder 7

1929, November

Box 1, Folder 8

1929, December

Box 1, Folder 9

1930, January-February

Box 1, Folder 10

1930, March-April

Box 1, Folder 11

1930, May

Box 1, Folder 12

1930, June

Box 1, Folder 13

1930, July

Box 1, Folder 14

1930, August

Box 1, Folder 15

1930, September

Box 1, Folder 16

1930, October

Box 1, Folder 17

1930, November

Box 1, Folder 18

1930, December

Box 2, Folder 19

1931, January

Box 2, Folder 20

1931, February

Box 2, Folder 21

1931, March

Box 2, Folder 22

1931, April

Box 2, Folder 23

1931, May

Box 2, Folder 24

1931, June

Box 2, Folder 25

1931, July

Box 2, Folder 26

1931, August

Box 2, Folder 27

1931, September

Box 2, Folder 28

1931, October

Box 2, Folder 29

1931, November

Box 2, Folder 30

1931, December

Box 2, Folder 31

J.K.J. condolences 1931, September:

Box 2, Folder 32

J.K.J. condolences 1931, October:

Box 3, Folder 33

1932

Box 3, Folder 34

1933

Box 3, Folder 35

1934

Box 3, Folder 36

1935

Box 4, Folder 37

1936

Box 4, Folder 38

1937

Box 4, Folder 39

1938

Box 5, Folder 40

1939

Box 5, Folder 41

1940

Box 5, Folder 42

1941

Box 5, Folder 43

1942-48

Box 5, Folder 44

1949

Box 6, Folder 45

1950-51

Box 6, Folder 46

undated

Box 6, Folder 47

miscellaneous

Box 6, Folder 48

JKJ notes on DSJ & JKJ

Box 6, Folder 49

JKJ addenda

 

Series II Journals and Notebooks 1870-1928

 

Series II-A Journals

Scope and Content Note

These are in order by earliest date. The pocket journals and diaries ofter were used as scratch pads and generally contain random thoughts. Jordan was not systematic about entries, and therefore while these journals and diaries are a good source of information on abstract ideas, they do not reveal detailed daily activities of Jordan's life.
Box 1-6A

Pocket journals, diaries and notebooks, 1875-1929

 

Series II-B Lecture Notebooks

Scope and Content Note

Arranged in chronological order, these include Jordan's notes both on lectures he attended and those he gave.
Box 6B, Folder 1

Volume One: Notebook: Systematic botany, 1870

Scope and Content Note

(Notes and sketches for a lecture class given by A.N. Prentiss, Cornell, 1870)
Box 6B, Folder 2

Volume Two: Color sketching of available plants in western New York, by DSJ, 1872

Box 7, Folder 1

Notebook: Summer School of Science, Penikese Island, 1873

Box 7, Folder 2

Lecture notes and syllabi, 1892-1917

Box 7, Folder 3

Lecture notes and syllabi, undated

Box 7, Folder 4

Student notes on DSJ's Zoology course, taught at Butler University, 1878

 

Series III Scrapbooks

Scope and Content Note

In chronological order by earliest date of each volume, they contain general clippings, biographical material and some of Jordan's writings.
Box 1, Folder 1

Vol. 1

Box 1, Folder 2

Vol. 1

Box 1, Folder 3

Vol. 2

Box 1, Folder 4

Vol. 2

Box 1, Folder 5

Vol. 3

Box 2, Folder 1

Vol. 4

Box 2, Folder 2

Vol. 4

Box 2, Folder 3

Vol. 5a

Box 2, Folder 4

Vol. 5b

Box 3, Folder 1

Vol. 5c

Box 3, Folder 2

Vol. 5d

Box 3, Folder 3

Vol. 5e

Box 4, Folder 1

Vol. 5f

Box 4, Folder 2

Vol. 5g

Box 4, Folder 3

Vol. 6

Box 5, Folder 1

Vol. 7

Box 5, Folder 2

Vol. 8

Box 10

Vol. 9

Box 5, Folder 3

Vol. 10

Box 6, Folder 1

Vol. 11

Box 6, Folder 2

Vol. 11

Box 6, Folder 3

Vol. 12

Box 7, Folder 1

Mexican scrapbook

Box 7, Folder 2

Vol. 13

Box 7, Folder 3

Vol. 13c

Box 7, Folder 4

Vol. 14

Box 7, Folder 5

Vol. 15

Box 8, Folder 1

Vol. 16

Box 8, Folder 2

Vol. 17

Box 9, Folder 1

Vol. 18, August 6, 1924-June 27, 1926

Box 9, Folder 2

Vol. 19

Box 10

Vol. 20: Indiana period circa 1883-1887

 

Series IV Manuscripts

 

Series IV-A Manuscripts and Bibliographical Material

Box 1, Folder 1

Hays bibliography

Box 1, Folder 2

Hays bibliography: addenda and table of contents

Box 1, Folder 2a

Additional miscellaneous bibliographies

 

Series IV-B Manuscripts

Scope and Content Note

This series contains Alice N. Hays book David Starr Jordan: A Bibliography of His Writings, 1871-1931; several other bibliographies; and manuscripts of unpublished or apparently unpublished writings. Also included is a segment of Series V, an unpublished addenda to Jordan's autobiography, Days of a Man.
Items with a Misc. F or XF prefix relate to fishes.
Box 1, Folder 3

Manuscripts

Box 1, Folder 4

Misc. 91

Box 1, Folder 5

Misc. 109

Box 1, Folder 6

Misc. 114 (131, 184)

Box 1, Folder 7

Misc. 124

Box 1, Folder 8

Misc. 125

Box 1, Folder 9

Misc. 168

Box 1, Folder 10

Misc. 201

Box 1, Folder 11

Misc. 306

Box 1, Folder 12

Misc. 313 (408)

Box 1, Folder 13

Misc. 316

Box 1, Folder 14

Misc. 320 (410)

Box 1, Folder 15

Misc. 384 (383)

Box 1, Folder 16

Misc. 392

Box 1, Folder 17

Misc. 399 (452)

Box 1, Folder 18

Misc. 410 (369, 351)

Box 1, Folder 19

Misc. 421 (396, 351)

Box 1, Folder 20

Misc. 437

Box 1, Folder 21

Misc. 443

Box 1, Folder 22

Misc. 496

Box 1, Folder 23

Misc. 534 (492)

Box 1, Folder 24

Misc. 543 (496)

Box 1, Folder 25

Misc. 545

Box 1, Folder 26

Misc. 646 (914)

Box 1, Folder 27

Misc. 660 (816)

Box 1, Folder 28

Misc. 675 (768, 747)

Box 1, Folder 29

Misc. 705

Box 1, Folder 30

Misc. 806

Box 1, Folder 31

Misc. 828

Box 1, Folder 32

Misc. 846

Box 1, Folder 33

Misc. 943

Box 1, Folder 34

Misc. 970

Box 1, Folder 35

Misc. 1007 (109, 114, 131, 184, 57)

Box 1, Folder 36

Misc. 1109

Box 1, Folder 37

Misc. 1133 (1180)

Box 1, Folder 38

Misc. 1154

Box 1, Folder 39

Misc. 1155 (1179, 1180c)

Box 2, Folder 40

Misc. 1159

Box 2, Folder 41

Misc. 1175

Box 2, Folder 42

Misc. 1178 (1155, 1141, 1147)

Box 2, Folder 43

Misc. 1179 (1180)

Box 2, Folder 44

Misc. 1180

Box 2, Folder 45

Misc. 1184

Box 2, Folder 46

Misc. 1187 (1162, 1181)

Box 2, Folder 47

Misc. 1194

Box 2, Folder 48

Misc. 1220 (1225, 1223, 1255)

Box 2, Folder 49

Misc. 1225

Box 2, Folder 50

Misc. 1228 (1227)

Box 2, Folder 51

Misc. 1239

Box 2, Folder 52

Misc. 1258 (1284)

Box 2, Folder 53

Misc. 1267

Box 2, Folder 54

Misc. 1271

Box 2, Folder 55

Misc. 1278 (1274)

Box 2, Folder 56

Misc. 1287

Box 2, Folder 57

Misc. 1294

Box 2, Folder 58

Misc. 1323

Box 2, Folder 59

Misc. 1332

Box 2, Folder 60

Misc. 1335 (1154)

Box 2, Folder 61

Misc. (1347, 1149, 1335, 1154)

Box 2, Folder 62

Misc. 1355 (1251)

Box 2, Folder 63

Misc. 1356 (1308)

Box 2, Folder 64

Misc. 1359

Box 2, Folder 65

Misc. 1365

Box 2, Folder 66

Misc. F67

Box 2, Folder 67

Misc. F305 (F306)

Box 2, Folder 68

Misc. F359

Box 2, Folder 69

Misc. F438

Box 2, Folder 70

Misc. F480

Box 2, Folder 71

Misc. F531 (F539)

Box 2, Folder 72

Misc. F576

Box 2, Folder 73

Misc. F601a

Box 2, Folder 74

Misc. F635

Box 3, Folder 75

Notebook 1

Scope and Content Note

Birds (page 3); What is a Species? (page 204); Revised Key to Fringillidae (page 250); Religion (page 266).
Box 3, Folder 76

Notebook 2

Scope and Content Note

First draft of the Synopsis of the Fishes of North America with Gilbert (page 1); Aggassiz (page 104); Religious Views of Scientists (page 110); R.A. Finesque (page 148); Specific names of species (page 200); Notes on fish (page 276).
Box 3, Folder 77

Notebook 3

Scope and Content Note

Agassiz (page 2); Bret Harte (page 24); Science in our Schools (page 80); Louis Agassiz Teacher (page 147); May 28, 1857 (page 199)
Box 3, Folder 78

Notebook 4

Scope and Content Note

Kaweah in Tulare (page 7); On Third and Townsend (page 29); La Yegna de Noche (page 35); Drifting (page 63); Castles in Spain (page 81); Sinaloa (page 85).
Box 3, Folder 79

X1

Box 3, Folder 80

X2

Box 3, Folder 81

X3

Box 3, Folder 82

X4

Box 3, Folder 83

X5

Box 3, Folder 84

X6

Box 3, Folder 85

X7

Box 3, Folder 86

X8

Box 3, Folder 87

X9

Box 3, Folder 88

X10

Box 3, Folder 89

X11

Box 3, Folder 90

X12

Box 3, Folder 91

X13

Box 3, Folder 92

X14

Box 3, Folder 93

X15

Box 3, Folder 94

X16

Box 3, Folder 95

X25

Box 3, Folder 96

X26

Box 3, Folder 97

X27

Box 4, Folder 98

X28

Box 4, Folder 99

X29

Box 4, Folder 100

X30

Box 4, Folder 101

X31

Box 4, Folder 102

X32

Box 4, Folder 103

X33

Box 4, Folder 104

X34

Box 4, Folder 105

X35

Box 4, Folder 106

X36

Box 4, Folder 107

X37

Box 4, Folder 108

X38

Box 4, Folder 109

X39

Box 4, Folder 110

X50

Box 4, Folder 111

X51

Box 4, Folder 112

X52

Box 4, Folder 113

X53

Box 4, Folder 114

X54

Box 4, Folder 115

X55

Box 4, Folder 116

X56

Box 4, Folder 117

X57

Box 4, Folder 118

X58

Box 4, Folder 119

X59

Box 4, Folder 120

X60

Box 4, Folder 121

X61

Box 4, Folder 122

X62

Box 4, Folder 123

X63

Box 4, Folder 124

X64

Box 4, Folder 125

X65

Box 4, Folder 126

X66

Box 4, Folder 127

X67

Box 4, Folder 128

X68

Box 4, Folder 129

X69

Box 4, Folder 130

X70

Box 4, Folder 131

X71

Box 4, Folder 132

X72

Box 4, Folder 133

X73

Box 4, Folder 134

X74

Box 4, Folder 135

X75

Box 4, Folder 136

X76

Box 4, Folder 137

X77

Box 4, Folder 138

X78

Box 4, Folder 139

X79

Box 4, Folder 140

X80

Box 4, Folder 141

X81

Box 4, Folder 142

X82

Box 4, Folder 143

X83

Box 4, Folder 144

X84

Box 4, Folder 145

X85

Box 4, Folder 146

X86

Box 4, Folder 147

X87

Box 4, Folder 148

X88

Box 4, Folder 149

X89

Box 4, Folder 150

X90

Box 4, Folder 151

X91

Box 4, Folder 152

X92

Box 4, Folder 153

X93

Box 4, Folder 154

X94

Box 4, Folder 155

X95

Box 4, Folder 156

X96

Box 4, Folder 157

X97

Box 4, Folder 158

X98

Box 4, Folder 159

X99

Box 4, Folder 160

X100

Box 4, Folder 161

X101

Box 4, Folder 162

X102

Box 4, Folder 163

X103

Box 4, Folder 164

X104

Box 4, Folder 165

X105

Box 4, Folder 166

X106

Box 5, Folder 167

X107

Box 5, Folder 168

X108

Box 5, Folder 169

X109

Box 5, Folder 170

X110

Box 5, Folder 171

X112

Box 5, Folder 172

X112

Box 5, Folder 173

X113

Box 5, Folder 174

X114

Box 5, Folder 175

X115

Box 5, Folder 176

X116

Box 5, Folder 200

X117

Box 5, Folder 201

X118

Box 5, Folder 202

X119

Box 5, Folder 203

X120

Box 5, Folder 204

X121

Box 5, Folder 205

X122

Box 5, Folder 206

X123

Box 5, Folder 207

X124

Box 5, Folder 208

X125

Box 5, Folder 209

X126

Box 5, Folder 210

X127

Box 5, Folder 211

X128

Box 5, Folder 212

X129

Box 5, Folder 213

X130

Box 5, Folder 214

X131

Box 5, Folder 215

X132

Box 5, Folder 216

X133

Box 5, Folder 217

X134

Box 5, Folder 218

X135

Box 5, Folder 219

X136

Box 5, Folder 220

X137

Box 5, Folder 221

X138

Box 5, Folder 222

X139

Box 5, Folder 223

X140

Box 5, Folder 224

X141

Box 5, Folder 225

X142

Box 5, Folder 226

X143

Box 5, Folder 227

X144

Box 5, Folder 177

XF1

Box 5, Folder 178

XF2

Box 5, Folder 179

XF3

Box 5, Folder 180

XF4

Box 5, Folder 181

XF5

Box 5, Folder 182

XF6

Box 5, Folder 183

XF7

Box 5, Folder 184

XF8

Box 5, Folder 185

XF9

Box 5, Folder 186

XF10

Box 5, Folder 187

XF11

Box 5, Folder 188

XF12

Box 5, Folder 189

XF13

Box 5, Folder 190

XF14

Box 5, Folder 191

XF15

Box 5, Folder 192

XF16

Box 5, Folder 193

XF17

Box 5, Folder 194

XF18

Box 5, Folder 195

XF19

Box 5, Folder 196

XF20

Box 5, Folder 197

XF21

Box 5, Folder 198

XF22

Box 5, Folder 199

XF23

 

Series IV-C Manuscripts

Box 6A, Folder 1

Miscellaneous bibliographic material

Box 6A, Folder 2

Miscellaneous pages

Box 6A, Folder 3

Hay's publication number 22 Ascent of the Matterhorn

Box 6A, Folder 4

Hay's publication number 26 Spanish Missions in California

Box 6A, Folder 5

Hay's publication number 30 (46, 243) Viverols (poem)

Box 6A, Folder 6A

Hay's publication number 34 Mazatlan (poem)

Box 6A, Folder 7

Hay's publication number 41 (44c) Bubbles of Saki (poem)

Box 6A, Folder 8

Hay's publication number 43 Scientific Temperance

Box 6A, Folder 9

Hay's publication number 52 (140, 238, 243) To Barbara (poem)

Box 6A, Folder 10

Hay's publication number 53 The Message of the West

Box 6A, Folder 11

Hay's publication number 55 Putting Away Childish Things

Box 6A, Folder 12

Hay's publication number 57 The Religion That Will Endure

Box 6A, Folder 12.1

Hay's publication number 59 The Conquest of Ilion (poem, for The Book of Knight and Barbara)

Box 6A, Folder 13

Hay's publication number 62 (140c, 164, 194) Ecce Homo

Box 6A, Folder 14

Hay's publication number 76 Rescue Work in History

Box 6A, Folder 15

Hay's publication number 79 (329c) Lessons of the Tragedy (memorial service address in honor of Pres. McKinley)

Box 6A, Folder 16A

Hay's publication number 98 What California Has Done for Civilization

Box 6A, Folder 17

Hay's publication number 100 To Lady Alice Courteney (poem)

Box 6A, Folder 18

Hay's publication number 108 [6 pages from Philosophy of Hope?]

Box 6A, Folder 19

Hay's publication number 110 Two University President's Speak for the City

Box 6A, Folder 20

Hay's publication number 114 (131, 184) The Religion of a Sensible American

Box 6A, Folder 21

Hay's publication number 117 The man of the West and Roosevelt

Box 6A, Folder 22

Hay's publication number 121 In Tehachapi (poem)

Box 6B, Folder 23

Hay's publication number 124 Stability of Truth

Box 6B, Folder 24

Hay's publication number 127 Eric's Book of Beasts (pen and ink drawings by Shimada Sekko)

Box 6B, Folder 24.1

Hay's publication number 127 ("The Diversions of a President January 19, 1908 – February 19, 1908. Book of Bads Vol. 1")

Box 6B, Folder 25

Hay's publication number 127 (Jordan's original watercolors)

Box 6B, Folder 26A

Hay's publication number 127 (Jordan's original watercolors)

 

Series V Autobiography, The Days of a Man

Scope and Content Note

Manuscript copy of Days of a Man and reviews of the published work.
Box 1, Folder 1

Ross case, 1900

Box 1, Folder 2

Chap. 12, house copy

Box 1, Folder 3

Chap. 13, house copy

Box 1, Folder 4

Chap. 14, house copy

Box 1, Folder 5

Chap. 15, house copy

Box 1, Folder 6

Chap. 16, house copy

Box 1, Folder 7

Chap. 19, house copy

Box 1, Folder 8

Chap. 20, house copy

Box 1, Folder 9

Chap. 21, house copy

Box 1, Folder 10

Chap. 22, house copy

Box 1, Folder 11

Chap. 23, house copy

Box 1, Folder 12

Chap. 24, house copy

Box 1, Folder 13

Chap. 25, house copy

Box 2, Folder 1

Chap. 1, printer's copy

Box 2, Folder 2

Chap. 2, printer's copy

Box 2, Folder 3

Chap. 3, printer's copy

Box 2, Folder 4

Chap. 4, printer's copy

Box 2, Folder 5

Chap. 5, printer's copy

Box 2, Folder 6

Chap. 6, printer's copy

Box 2, Folder 7

Chap. 7, printer's copy

Box 2, Folder 8

Chap. 8, printer's copy

Box 3, Folder 9

Chap. 10, printer's copy

Box 3, Folder 10

Chap. 11, printer's copy

Box 3, Folder 11

Chap. 12, printer's copy

Box 3, Folder 12

Chap. 13, printer's copy

Box 3, Folder 13

Chap. 14, printer's copy

Box 3, Folder 14

Chap. 15, printer's copy

Box 3, Folder 15

Chap. 16, printer's copy

Box 3, Folder 16

Chap. 17, printer's copy

Box 3, Folder 17

Chap. 18, printer's copy

Box 3, Folder 18

Chap. 19, printer's copy

Box 3, Folder 19

Chap. 20, printer's copy

Box 3, Folder 20

Chap. 21, printer's copy

Box 3, Folder 21

Chap. 22, printer's copy

Box 3, Folder 22

Chap. 23, printer's copy

Box 3, Folder 23

Chap. 24, printer's copy

Box 3, Folder 24

Chap. 25, printer's copy

Box 4, Folder 1

Chap. 26, printer's copy

Box 4, Folder 2

Chap. 27, printer's copy

Box 4, Folder 3

Chap. 28, printer's copy

Box 4, Folder 4

Chap. 29, printer's copy

Box 4, Folder 5

Chap. 30, printer's copy

Box 4, Folder 6

Chap. 31, printer's copy

Box 4, Folder 7

Chap. 32, printer's copy

Box 4, Folder 8

Chap. 33, printer's copy

Box 4, Folder 9

Chap. 34, printer's copy

Box 4, Folder 10

Chap. 35, printer's copy

Box 4, Folder 11

Chap. 36, printer's copy

Box 4, Folder 12

Chap. 37, printer's copy

Box 4, Folder 13

Chap. 38, printer's copy

Box 4, Folder 14

Chap. 39, printer's copy

Box 4, Folder 15

Chap. 42, printer's copy

Box 4, Folder 16

Chap. 43, printer's copy

Box 4, Folder 17

Chap. 44, printer's copy

Box 4, Folder 18

Chap. 45, printer's copy

Box 4, Folder 19

Chap. 46, printer's copy

Box 4, Folder 20

Chap. 47, printer's copy

Box 4, Folder 21

Chap. 48, printer's copy

Box 4, Folder 22

Chap. 49, printer's copy

Box 5, Folder 1

Chap. 1, alternate version

Box 5, Folder 2

Chap. 2, alternate version

Box 5, Folder 3

Chap. 3, alternate version

Box 5, Folder 4

Chap. 4, alternate version

Box 5, Folder 5

Chap. 5, alternate version

Box 5, Folder 6

Chap. 6, alternate version

Box 5, Folder 7

Chap. 7, alternate version

Box 5, Folder 8

Chap. 8, alternate version

Box 5, Folder 9

Chap. 9, alternate version

Box 6, Folder 1

Chap. 10, alternate version

Box 6, Folder 2

Chap. 11, alternate version

Box 6, Folder 3

Chap. 12, alternate version

Box 6, Folder 4

Chap. 13, alternate version

Box 6, Folder 5

Chap. 14, alternate version

Box 6, Folder 6

Chap. 15, alternate version

Box 6, Folder 7

Chap. 16, alternate version

Box 6, Folder 8

Chap. 17, alternate version

Box 6, Folder 9

Chap. 18, alternate version

Box 6, Folder 10

Chap. 19, alternate version

Box 6, Folder 11

Chap. 20, alternate version

Box 6, Folder 12

Chap. 22, alternate version

Box 6, Folder 13

Chap. 26, alternate version

Box 6, Folder 14

Chap. 29, alternate version

Box 6, Folder 15

Chap. 35, alternate version

Box 6, Folder 16

Chap. 46, alternate version

Box 6, Folder 17

miscellaneous notes and corrections

Box 7, Folder 1

Appendix A, alternate version

Box 7, Folder 2

Appendix B, alternate version

Box 7, Folder 3

Appendix C, alternate version

Box 7, Folder 4

Appendix D, alternate version

Box 7, Folder 5

Appendix E, alternate version

Box 7, Folder 6

Appendix F, alternate version

Box 7, Folder 7

Appendix G, alternate version

Box 7, Folder 8

Miscellaneous

Box 8

Proof copy of Volume 1, with penciled corrections, used by Jordan's typist Isabel [last name unknown]

 

Series VI Reviews of Jordan's writings

Scope and Content Note

Clippings of printed reviews of Jordan's writings, and a small smattering of reviews written by Jordan.
Box 1, Folder 1

Newspaper reviews of Days of a Man

Box 1, Folder 2

Newspaper reviews of Days of a Man

Box 1, Folder 3

Promotional material for Days of a Man

Box 1, Folder 4

Previews of Days of a Man

Box 1, Folder 5

Journal reviews of Days of a Man

Box 1, Folder 6

Journal reviews of Days of a Man

Box 1, Folder 7

Reviews, miscellaneous publications

Box 1, Folder 8

Miscellaneous publications

 

Series VII Financial and Business Papers

Scope and Content Note

Royalty statements; bank statements; depositors' receipts; and related papers.
Box 1, Folder 1

Financial papers 1893-1903

Box 1, Folder 2

Financial papers 1904-1921

Box 1, Folder 3

Financial papers 1922

Box 1, Folder 4

Financial papers 1923

Box 1, Folder 5

Financial papers 1924

Box 1, Folder 6

Financial papers 1925

Box 1, Folder 7

Financial papers 1926

Box 1, Folder 8

Financial papers 1927-1940

 

Series VIII-A Biographical Material

Scope and Content Note

Manuscript and printed biographical sketches and reminiscences. In chronological order.
Box 1, Folder 1

Miscellaneous biographical material, 1895-1896

Box 1, Folder 2

Biographical material, undated

Box 1, Folder 3a

Biographical material, 1872-1910

Box 1, Folder 3b

Biographical material, 1872-1910

Box 1, Folder 4

Biographical material, 1911-1912

Box 1, Folder 5

Biographical material, 1913-1915

Box 2, Folder 6a

Biographical material, 1916-1923

Box 2, Folder 6b

Biographical material, 1916-1923

Box 2, Folder 7

Biographical material, 1924-1928

Box 3A, Folder 8

Biographical material, 1929

Box 3A, Folder 9

Biographical material, 1930

Box 3A, Folder 10a

Biographical material, 1931, January-October

Box 3B, Folder 10b

Biographical material, 1931, January-October

Box 3B, Folder 11a

Biographical material, 1931, October-December

Box 3B, Folder 11b

Biographical material, 1931, October-December

Box 3B, Folder 12

Biographical material, 1932-1933

Box 4, Folder 13a

Biographical material, 1934-1949

Box 4, Folder 13b

Biographical material, 1934-1949

Box 4, Folder 14a

Biographical material, 1950-1963

Box 4, Folder 14b

Biographical material, 1950-1963

Box 4, Folder 15

Biographical material, 1964-

Box 4, Folder 16

Biographical material, undated

 

Series VIII-B Genealogical Material

Scope and Content Note

Historical and biographical material on the Jordan family, genealogical research notes and charts, material on immediate family and contemporary relatives. Excerpts from the unpublished autobiography of Edith Jordan Gardner. Copies were made through the courtesy of Mrs. Ruth Jordan Gates, granddaughter of Dr. Jordan and owner of the original.
Box 1, Folder 1

General material

Box 1, Folder 2

Geneological material, undated

Box 1, Folder 3

Geneological material

Box 1, Folder 4

Geneological material, undated

 

Series IX Photographs

Scope and Content Note

The photographs from this series have been removed from the collection and are now part of the General Photograph Collection.
 

Series X Reference File

Scope and Content Note

Clippings on a variety of subjects, but not David Starr Jordan. Probably collected as a reference file.
Box 1, Folder 1

Printed reference material: Frank Miller and Mission Inn

Box 1, Folder 2

Printed reference material

Box 1, Folder 3

Printed reference material

Box 1, Folder 4

Printed reference material

Box 1, Folder 5

Printed reference material

Box 1, Folder 6

Printed reference material: Abraham Lincoln Foundation, 1929

Box 2, Folder 1

Printed reference material

Box 2, Folder 2

Printed reference material

Box 2, Folder 3

Printed reference material

Box 2, Folder 4

Printed reference material

Box 2, Folder 5

Printed reference material

Box 3, Folder 1

Printed reference material

Box 3, Folder 2

Printed reference material

Box 3, Folder 3

Personal reference notes

Box 3, Folder 4

Personal reference notes

Box 3, Folder 5

Personal reference notes

Box 3, Folder 6

Printed reference material

Box 4, Folder 1

Provenance of microfilm project

Box 4, Folder 2

Provenance of microfilm project

Box 4, Folder 3

Provenance of microfilm project

 

Series XI Miscellaneous

Scope and Content Note

Calling cards, membership cards, commissions, wedding invitations, programs, honorary degrees and similar matter.
Box 1, Folder 1

Invitations and certificates

Box 1, Folder 2

Invitations and certificates

Box 1, Folder 3

Invitations and certificates

Box 1, Folder 4

Invitations and certificates

Box 1, Folder 5

Invitations and certificates

Box 1, Folder 6

Invitations and clippings

Box 2, Folder 1

Personal souvenirs

Box 2, Folder 2

Personal souvenirs

Box 2, Folder 3

Personal souvenirs

Box 2, Folder 4

Personal souvenirs

Box 2, Folder 5

Personal souvenirs

Box 3, Folder 1

Personal souvenirs

Box 3, Folder 2

Personal souvenirs

Box 3, Folder 3

Personal souvenirs

Box 3, Folder 4

Personal souvenirs

Box 3, Folder 5

Personal souvenirs

Box 3, Folder 6

Personal souvenirs

Box 4, Folder 1

Personal souvenirs

Box 4, Folder 2

Personal souvenirs

Box 4, Folder 3

Personal souvenirs

Box 4, Folder 4

Personal souvenirs

Box 4, Folder 5

Personal souvenirs

Box 5, Folder 1

Newspaper clippings

Box 5, Folder 2

Newspaper clippings

Box 5, Folder 3

Newspaper clippings

Box 6

Autograph book from Japanese alumni

Box 7

Jordan's medals

Box 8

Jordan Manuscript

 

Jordan family Bible (in German) with family data and Jordan's notation of his wife Susan's last words

Box 9

9.1 Certificate: Comité Américain Pour Les Régions Dévastées (American Committee for Devastated France). Awarded to Madame Davide Starr Jordan. 1916-1923

Box 9

9.2 Genealogy of The Fittest by Sarah Louise Kimball for the book YOUR FAMILY TREE by Kimball and Jordan (original)

Box 9

9.3 Genealogy of The Fittest by Sarah Louise Kimball for the book YOUR FAMILY TREE by Kimball and Jordan (silverprint copy)

 

Series XII Printed Works

Scope and Content Note

Numbers refer to those used in Alice N. Hays, David Starr Jordan: A Bibliography of His Writings 1871-1931.
Box 1A

Hays #24=Ulrich Von Hutten 1886

Box 1A, Folder 1.2

Printed works - articles and reprints, 1-49

Box 1A, Folder 2

Printed works, 50-99

Box 1A, Folder 3

Printed works, 100-200

Box 1B, Folder 4

Printed works, 201-300

Box 1B, Folder 5

Printed works, 301-349

Box 1B, Folder 6

Printed works, 350-399

Box 2, Folder 7

Printed works, 400-498

Box 2, Folder 8

Printed works, 504-626

Box 2, Folder 9

Printed works, 627-670

Box 2, Folder 10

Printed works, 671

Box 3, Folder 11

Printed works, 674-694

Box 3, Folder 12

Printed works, 700-799

Box 3, Folder 13

Printed works, 800-899

Box 3, Folder 14

Printed works, 900-1000

Box 4, Folder 15

Printed works, 1001-1172

Box 4, Folder 16

Printed works, 1220-1276

Box 4, Folder 17

Printed works, 1277-1299

Box 4, Folder 18

Printed works, 1300-1351

Box 5, Folder 19

Printed works, 1352-1371

Box 5, Folder 20

Printed works, F1-F200

Box 5, Folder 21

Printed works, F201-F299

Box 5, Folder 22

Printed works, F300-F465

Box 6, Folder 23

Printed works, F466-F564

Box 6, Folder 24

Printed works, F565-F606

Box 6, Folder 25

Printed works, F607-F639

Box 7

Synopsis of the fishes of North America. By David S. Jordan and Charles H. Gilbert. 1882

Physical Description: 1 volume(s)
 

Series XIII Publications (Volumes)

Box 1

47a-94

Box 2

97-151, 212-238, 339

Box 3

181

Box 4

280-483

Box 5

793-1164

Box 6

604-793

 

Accession ARCH.1988-058, ARCH.1988-125 Additional Material (Correspondence)

Box 1, Folder 1

Drake University 25th Anniversary Celebration invitation to DS Jordan 1906

Box 1, Folder 2

Jordan, D.S. to Mrs. Stinson 1927 Feb 9

 

Accession ARCH-2004-208 Additional Material circa 1924-1931

Box 1, Folder 1

Letter to Mrs. Beach Thompson 1927 Jan 23

Box 1, Folder 1

Letter to Carl H. Eigenmann thank ing him; "What's My Name" biography of Jordan by Mrs. Carl H. Eigenmann 1924 Dec 30, 1931

Box 1, Folder 2

Publications by Jordan