This collection consists of the correspondence of John Casper Branner while he was the President of Stanford University, 1913-1915.
The correspondence is concerned with Stanford as a whole and the various departments of the University.
John Casper Branner, the first professor to be named at the new Stanford University in 1891, served as professor of geology
at Stanford as well as executive head of the Geology Department. He later served as vice president of Stanford (1898-1913)
and president of Stanford (1913-1915) and professor emeritus (1915-1922). He died on March 1, 1922.
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The materials are open for research use.