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Series 1 Correspondence

Box 1, Folder 1

Letterpress book 1883 Aug. -1888 Aug

Box 1, Folder 2

Letterpress book 1883 Aug. -1885 April

Box 1, Folder 3

Letterpress book 1885 April -1886 Oct

Box 1, Folder 4

Letterpress book 1886 Oct. -1888 May

Box 2, Folder 5

Letterpress book 1887 July -1888 April

Box 2, Folder 6

Letterpress book 1888 May -1889 Jan

Box 2, Folder 7

Letterpress book 1888 July -1889 July

Box 2, Folder 8

Letterpress book 1889 July -1890 Jan

Box 3, Folder 9

Letterpress book 1890 Jan. -1890 May

Box 3, Folder 10

Letterpress book 1890 May -1891 March

Box 3, Folder 11

Letterpress book 1891 March -1891 Oct

Box 4, Folder 12

Letterpress book 1891 Oct. -1892 Sept

Box 4, Folder 13

Letterpress book 1892 Oct. -1893 July

Box 4, Folder 14

Letterpress book 1893 July -1894 Jan

Box 4, Folder 15

Letterpress book 1894 Jan. -1895 Feb

Box 5, Folder 16

Letterpress book 1895 Feb. -1897 March

Box 5, Folder 17

Letterpress book 1897 March 30 -1898 July 11

Box 5, Folder 18

Letterpress book 1898 July 11 -1900 March 5

Box 5, Folder 19

Letterpress book 1900 March 6 -1901 Aug. 6

Box 6, Folder 20

Letterpress book 1901 April -1903 Jan. 10

Box 6, Folder 21

Letterpress book 1903 -1905

Box 6, Folder 22

Letterpress book 1905 -1906

Box 6, Folder 23

Letterpress book 1906 -1907 April

Box 7, Folder 24

Letterpress book 1907 Aug. -1908 Aug

Box 7, Folder 25

Letterpress book 1908 Sept. -1908 Dec

Box 7, Folder 26

Letterpress book 1909 Jan. -1909 May

Box 8, Folder 27

Letterpress book 1909 June -1909 Oct

Box 8, Folder 28

Letterpress book 1909 Nov. -1910 March

Box 8, Folder 29

Letterpress book 1910 April -1910 Aug

Box 9, Folder 30

Letterpress book 1910 Sept. -1911 March

Box 9, Folder 31

Letterpress book 1911 March -1911 Dec

Box 10, Folder 32

Letterpress book 1912 Jan. -1912 June

Box 10, Folder 33

Letterpress book 1912 July -1912 Dec

Box 10, Folder 34

Letterpress book 1913 Jan. -1913 June

Box 11, Folder 35

Letterpress book 1913 July -1913 Dec

Box 11, Folder 36

Letterpress book 1914 Jan. -1914 June

Box 11, Folder 37

Letterpress book 1914 July -1914 Dec

Box 12, Folder 38

Letterpress book 1915 Jan. -1915 June

Box 12, Folder 39

Letterpress book 1915 July -1915 Dec

Box 12, Folder 40

Letterpress book 1916 Jan. -1916 June

Box 12, Folder 41

Letterpress book 1916 July -1916 Dec

Box 13, Folder 42

Letterpress book 1917 Jan. -1917 June

Box 13, Folder 43

Letterpress book 1917 July -1917 Dec

Box 13, Folder 44

Letterpress book 1918 Jan. -1918 Dec

Box 14, Folder 45

Letterpress book, . 1919 Jan. -1919 Dec

Box 14, Folder 46

Letters In 1882 -1887

Physical Description: (bound volume)
Box 14, Folder 47

Letters In 1882 -1887

Physical Description: (bound volume)
Box 15, Folder 48

Letters In 1882 -1886

Physical Description: (bound volume)
Box 15, Folder 49

Letters In 1883 -1887

Physical Description: (bound volume)
Box 16, Folder 50

Letters In A - G 1887

Scope and Content Note

Most of the letters of 1887 concern the Geological Survey of Arkansas including help from U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey Office; requests for specimen analysis; requests for jobs with G. S. of Arkansas; and the purchase of materials and equipment. Others of note include Clarence H. Esty concerning his desire for a place on the Cornell Board of Trustees; and B. W. Evermann concerning David Starr Jordan and problems at Indiana University.
Box 16, Folder 51

Letters In H - O 1887

Scope and Content Note

Of note: Thomas A. Harden concerning G. S. of Pennsylvania; R. D. Lacoe (G.S. of Penn.) offering to combine forces, Lacoe to work in paleontology; Ed. H. Mathes concerning rich silver ore specimen; and T. C. Mendenhall (Rose Polytechnic Institute) concerning earthquake material.
Box 16, Folder 52

Letters In P - Z 1887

Box 16, Folder 53

Letters In A - D 1888

Box 16, Folder 54

Letters In E - J 1888

Scope and Content Note

Of note: C. H. Gordon letters pertaining to his summer work with the survey; Wm. F. E. Gurley, 1888 Nov. 11, concerning attack on Branner for his findings by the gold speculators, and 1888 Dec. 9 concerning the Indiana Geological Survey, appointment of State Geologist, and formation of American Geological Society; and O. P. Hay concerning Branner running for State Geologist of Indiana.
Box 16, Folder 55

Letters In K- Q 1888

Scope and Content Note

Of note: E. H. Mathes concerning attacks on Branner; S. E. Meek on summer field experiences; James E. Mills, San Francisco geologist, concerning educational responsibilities of State Geologist.
Box 17, Folder 56

Letters In R - S 1888

Scope and Content Note

Of note: R. R. Rothwell, editor of Engineering and Mining Journal, supporting Branner against his Arkansas critics.
Box 17, Folder 57

Letters In T - Z 1888

Scope and Content Note

Of note: brothers Albert Taff and J. A. Taff on their summer field experiences; and J. L. Wadly, editor of the Daily News of Hot Spring, Arkansas, about fair coverage for the Survey and other matters.
Box 17, Folder 58

Letters In A - B 1889

Box 17, Folder 59

Letters In C - D 1889

Scope and Content Note

Of note: W. Albert Chapman on his pamphlet "Brannerite"; T. C. Chamberlin, president of the Univ. of Wisconsin, concerning various geological projects; and Clarence R. Claghorn on his plans for writing a handbook on American mining practices.
Box 17, Folder 60

Letters In E - G 1889

Scope and Content Note

Of note: B. W. Everman concerning the unlikelyhood of his receiving a post as consul to South America; and Leon Griswold giving a full account of summer field work.
Box 17, Folder 61

Letters In H - K 1889

Scope and Content Note

Of note: David Starr Jordan concerning positions in the Geology Department at Indiana University.
Box 18, Folder 62

Letters In L - M 1889

Box 18, Folder 63

Letters In N - Q 1889

Scope and Content Note

Of note: R. A. F. Penrose with a full report of his work for Branner.
Box 18, Folder 64

Letters In R - S 1889

Box 18, Folder 65

Letters In T - Z 1889

Box 18, Folder 66

Letters In A - C 1890

Box 19, Folder 67

Letters In D - Greer 1890

Box 19, Folder 68

Letters In Griswold - H 1890

Scope and Content Note

Of note: James M. Hamilton letter of support to Branner exposing the "scoundrels" who had attacked him; and Charles Sumner Harmon, 1890 Feb. 27, concerning "Three-Cornered Hat" manuscript translated by Branner.
Box 19, Folder 69

Letters In I - M 1890

Box 19, Folder 70

Letters In N - P 1890

Box 19, Folder 71

Letters In R- S 1890

Box 20, Folder 72

Letters In T - Z 1890

Box 20, Folder 73

Letters In A - B 1891

Box 20, Folder 74

Letters In C - D 1891

Box 20, Folder 75

Letters In E - G 1891

Box 21, Folder 76

Letters In H - J 1891

Scope and Content Note

Of note: David Starr Jordan letters describing early Palo Alto, early days at Stanford University, and Branner coming to Stanford.
Box 21, Folder 77

Letters In K - M 1891

Scope and Content Note

Of note: James E. Mills with an analysis of the University and what control the Stanfords could retain.
Box 21, Folder 78

Letters In N - R 1891

Box 21, Folder 79

Letters In S - T 1891

Box 21, Folder 80

Letters In U - Z 1891

Box 22, Folder 81

Letters In A - An 1892 -1900

Box 22, Folder 82

Letters In Ap - Az 1892 -1900

Box 22, Folder 83

Letters In B - Bien 1892 -1900

Box 22, Folder 84

Letters In Bi - Bra 1892 -1900

Box 22, Folder 85

Letters In Bra - Butler 1892 -1900

Box 23, Folder 86

Letters In Ca - Chism 1892 -1900

Box 23, Folder 87

Letters In Cl - Cu 1892 -1900

Scope and Content Note

Of note: E. P. Cubberly, 1897, concerning his work as president of Vincennes and his interest in doing geological work in some Southern California areas.
Box 23, Folder 88

Letters In D - Day 1892 -1900

Scope and Content Note

Of note: George Davidson, U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, San Francisco, concerning a state survey for California.
Box 23, Folder 89

Letters In De - Di 1892 -1900

Box 23, Folder 90

Letters In Do - Dr 1892 -1900

Scope and Content Note

Of note: N. F. Drake, former Branner student, on the Texas Survey, 1894, Stanford, 1897, Ph. D. work in China, 1897, and his return to U. S. in 1900; includes letters written from Tientsin, China, conerning the Boxer Rebellion and relations with the Hoovers, 1899-1900.
Box 23, Folder 91

Letters In Du - Dy 1892 -1900

Box 24, Folder 92

Letters In E 1892 -1900

Scope and Content Note

Of note: James P. Eagle, Governor of Arkansas, 1892-1900, concerning the survey and personal matters.
Box 24, Folder 93

Letters In Fag - Fair 1892 -1900

Box 24, Folder 94

Letters In Fe - Fu 1892 -1900

Scope and Content Note

Of note: letters from W. M. Fishback, Governor of Arkansas, and G. H. Fitch of the San Francisco Chronicle.
Box 24, Folder 95

Letters In G - Gov 1892 -1900

Scope and Content Note

Of note: Gepp, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, on life in Brazil.
Box 24, Folder 96

Letters In Gr - Gz 1892 -1900

Box 25, Folder 97

Letters In H - Haz 1892 -1900

Box 25, Folder 98

Letters In Hen - Hoo 1892 -1900

Scope and Content Note

Of note: Lou Henry [Hoover] on personal matters; E. W. Hilgard, University of California, concerning U.C. and Stanford joining in making a topographical map of the valley areas with federal and state cooperation; Robert Hill, Dept. of Interior, U.S.G.S., concerning Dumble's handling of the Texas G. S. and the reorganization of the U.S.G.S.; and Herbert C. Hoover on his work with the California Geological Survey.
Box 25, Folder 99

Letters In Hop - Hz 1892 -1900

Scope and Content Note

Of note: T. C. Hopkins on paying Hoover $1.75 to pack and ship books to him.
Box 25, Folder 100

Letters In Ha - Hi 1892 -1900

Scope and Content Note

Of note: Lou Henry on her marriage to Herbert Hoover.
Box 25, Folder 101

Letters In Ho - Hz 1892 -1900

Scope and Content Note

Of note: Lou Henry Hoover's letters from Tientsin, China, about their life there.
Box 25, Folder 102

Letters In I - Johnston 1892 -1900

Box 25, Folder 103

Letters In Jones 1892 -1900

Box 26, Folder 104

Letters In K - Ki 1892 -1900

Scope and Content Note

Of note: extensive correspondence from E. B. Kimball, Stanford class of 1895.
Box 26, Folder 105

Letters In Kl - Law 1892 -1900

Scope and Content Note

Of note: long correspondence of Ajax J. Lamoureux, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, concerning life in Brazil; and Charles Lathrop concerning the opening of a grammar school on the Stanford campus. Attached to Branner's reply to Lathrop, 1899 March 28, is a letter from Jane L. Stanford expressing her wish that there not be one.
Box 26, Folder 106

Letters In L - Lew 1892 -1900

Box 26, Folder 107

Letters In Li 1892 -1900

Box 26, Folder 108

Letters In M - Maw 1892 -1900

Box 26, Folder 109

Letters In Me - Men 1892 -1900

Scope and Content Note

Of note: T. C. Mendenhall, Supt. U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, concerning controversy about state surveys.
Box 27, Folder 110

Letters In Met - Mit 1892 -1900

Box 27, Folder 111

Letters In N - New 1892 -1900

Box 27, Folder 112

Letters In N - Per 1892 -1900

Box 27, Folder 113

Letters In Ph - Pr 1892 -1900

Box 27, Folder 114

Letters In Pu - R 1892 -1900

Box 28, Folder 115

Letters In S - Shi 1892 -1897

Box 28, Folder 116

Letters In Si - Smy 1892 -1897

Box 28, Folder 117

Letters In Sh - Sy 1892 -1897

Box 28, Folder 118

Letters In Ta - Td 1892 -1900

Box 28, Folder 119

Letters In To - Tu 1892 -1900

Box 28, Folder 120

Letters In U - V 1892 -1900

Box 29, Folder 121

Letters In W - Way 1892 -1897

Scope and Content Note

Of note: Charles D. Walcott, U.S.C.G. Supt., 1892 Nov. 12, concerning state vs. U.S.G.S. controversy.
Box 29, Folder 122

Letters In We - Will 1892 -1897

Box 29, Folder 123

Letters In Will - Winn 1892 -1897

Scope and Content Note

Of note: Bailey Willis, Appalachian division of U.S.G.S., on problem of folding; Newton H. Winchell, managing editor of the American Geologist, regarding the appointment of directors of the U.S.G.S. in 1894.
Box 29, Folder 124

Letters In Wins - Wit 1892 -1897

Scope and Content Note

Of note: Arthur Winslow, Missouri State Geologist, on problems of maintaining the state survey when the state legislature was not enthusiastic.
Box 30, Folder 125

Letters In W - Wa 1892 -1900

Box 30, Folder 126

Letters In Wem - Will 1892 -1900

Box 30, Folder 127

Letters In Wil - Wood 1892 -1900

Box 30, Folder 128

Letters In Wo - Z 1892 -1900

Box 30, Folder 129

Letters In 1892 -1896

Scope and Content Note

Most of these letters pertain to the printing of the Arkansas Survey reports; correspondents include R. Ellsworth Call, S. Calvin, T. C. Chamberlin, W. Albert Chapman, and John M. Chase.
Box 30, Folder 130

Letters In Newsom, J. F. 1892 -1896

Box 30, Folder 131

Letters In Penrose, R. A. F., Jr. and Press Printing Co. 1892 -1896

Box 31, Folder 132

Letters In A - Arm 1900 -1903

Scope and Content Note

Of note: A. Agassiz, 1903 Dec. 15 regarding Branner's papers on Brazil.
Box 31, Folder 133

Letters In Arn - Az 1900 -1903

Box 31, Folder 134

Letters In B - Bey 1896 -1903

Box 31, Folder 135

Letters In Bi - Bri 1896 -1903

Box 31, Folder 136

Letters In Bro - By 1896 -1903

Scope and Content Note

Of note: Rufus Buck letters from Dawson City, Alaska, 1897-1898, on mining gold in Klondike Country.
Box 31, Folder 137

Letters In C - Chip 1900 -1903

Box 31, Folder 138

Letters In Chi - Cu 1900 -1903

Scope and Content Note

Of note: G. A. Clark, 1901 July 31 concerning engineering school taking over public school room at Stanford; and letters by F. L. Cole from Siberia, 1903, and from Korea, 1902, with geological and general descriptions.
Box 31, Folder 139

Letters In D - Du 1900 -1903

Scope and Content Note

Of note: letters from N. F. Drake, 1901-1903, from Shanghai, China, about his work with the Imperial Chinese Railway Administration, with some mention of the Hoovers.
Box 32, Folder 140

Letters In E - G 1900 -1903

Box 32, Folder 141

Letters In H - He 1900 -1903

Box 32, Folder 142

Letters In Hi - Hu 1900 -1903

Scope and Content Note

Of note: Lou Henry Hoover letters from China and England; and Charles Hodges, 1900 Feb. 26 concerning boarding clubs in the "Camp" on campus and Mrs. Stanford's desire that they not be there.
Box 32, Folder 143

Letters In I - J 1900 -1903

Scope and Content Note

Of note: D. S. Jordan letter with a random mention of the Ross affair.
Box 32, Folder 144

Letters In L - Law 1900 -1903

Scope and Content Note

Of note: letters from Ajax J. Lamoureaux, 1900-1903, on his return to the U. S. after 20 years in Brazil and the book on South American geography that he's writing with Branner.
Box 33, Folder 145

Letters In Le - Lu 1900 -1903

Box 33, Folder 146

Letters In M - Me 1900 -1903

Scope and Content Note

Of note: letters from J. A. Means on his experience as a mining consultant in West Africa, Norway, Brazil, and China (with Hoover).
Box 33, Folder 147

Letters In Mi - My 1900 -1903

Box 33, Folder 148

Letters In N - O 1900 -1903

Box 33, Folder 149

Letters In P - Pri 1900 -1903

Box 33, Folder 150

Letters In Pro - Q 1900 -1903

Box 34, Folder 151

Letters In R - Rey 1892 -1903

Box 34, Folder 152

Letters In Rh - Riz 1892 -1903

Box 34, Folder 153

Letters In Ro - Ru 1892 -1903

Box 34, Folder 154

Letters In S - Shep 1896 -1903

Box 34, Folder 155

Letters In Shi - Su 1896 -1903

Scope and Content Note

Of note: Jane L. Stanford concerning a raise in salary; introduction to Heber Newton; the [Stanford] cemetery not being a public burying grounds; and invitation to Branner, Abott and Stillman to visit her that evening; and T. W. Stanford concerning an opal he sent to Branner.
Box 35, Folder 156

Letters In T - V 1896 -1903

Box 35, Folder 157

Letters In W - Wild 1899 -1903

Box 35, Folder 158

Letters In Wile- Z 1899 -1903

Box 35, Folder 159

Letters In A - B 1904 -1905

Box 35, Folder 160

Letters In C - D 1904 -1905

Box 36, Folder 161

Letters In E - Hi 1904 -1905

Box 36, Folder 162

Letters In Ho - J 1904 -1905

Box 36, Folder 163

Letters In K - L 1904 -1905

Box 36, Folder 164

Letters In M 1904 -1905

Box 36, Folder 165

Letters In N - O 1904 -1905

Box 36, Folder 166

Letters In P - Q 1904 -1905

Box 37, Folder 167

Letters In R - S 1904 -1905

Box 37, Folder 168

Letters In T - Z 1904 -1905

Box 37, Folder 169

Letters In A - Ban 1906

Box 37, Folder 170

Letters In Bart - [Bz] 1906

Box 37, Folder 171

Letters In C 1906

Box 38, Folder 172

Letters In D - F 1906 -1907

Box 38, Folder 173

Letters In G - Hol 1906 -1907

Box 38, Folder 174

Letters In Hor - [Hz] 1906 -1907

Box 38, Folder 175

Letters In I - K 1906 -1907

Scope and Content Note

Of note: a collection of notes and letters from David S. Jordan on the earthquake.
Box 38, Folder 176

Letters In L 1906 -1907

Box 38, Folder 177

Letters In L 1906 -1907

Box 39, Folder 178

Letters In M - O 1906 -1907

Box 39, Folder 179

Letters In P - Q 1906 -1907

Box 39, Folder 180

Letters In 1 R 1906 -1907

Box 39, Folder 181

Letters In S - T 1906 -1907

Box 39, Folder 182

Letters In T - V 1906 -1907

Box 39, Folder 183

Letters In W - Z 1906 -1907

Scope and Content Note

Of note: Charles Walcott, director of the U.S.G.S., replying to Branner's attack on the U.S.G.S. and Walcott, 1906 Nov. 9; and several letters on this subject together with Branner's letter of resignation from the U.S.G.S.
Box 40, Folder 184

Letters In A 1908 -1909

Box 40, Folder 185

Letters In B 1908 -1909

Scope and Content Note

Of note: Luther Burbank inviting Branner to visit his gardens.
Box 40, Folder 186

Letters In C 1908 -1909

Box 40, Folder 187

Letters In D 1908 -1909

Box 40, Folder 188

Letters In E - F 1908 -1909

Box 40, Folder 189

Letters In G - H 1908 -1909

Box 40, Folder 190

Letters In H 1908 -1909

Scope and Content Note

Of note: Herbert Hoover concerning Hoover giving a series of lectures at Columbia, Yale and Stanford.
Box 41, Folder 191

Letters In I - K 1908 -1909

Box 41, Folder 192

Letters In L 1908 -1909

Box 41, Folder 193

Letters In M 1908 -1909

Box 41, Folder 194

Letters In N - O 1908 -1909

Box 41, Folder 195

Letters In P 1908 -1909

Box 41, Folder 195

Letters In P 1908 -1909

Box 41, Folder 197

Letters In R - S 1908 -1909

Box 41, Folder 198

Letters In S 1908 -1909

Box 42, Folder 199

Letters In T - V 1908 -1909

Box 42, Folder 200

Letters In W - Z 1908 -1909

Box 42, Folder 201

Letters In A - B 1910

Box 42, Folder 202

Letters In C - F 1910

Box 42, Folder 203

Letters In G - I 1910

Box 42, Folder 204

Letters In J - L 1910

Box 43, Folder 205

Letters In M - N 1910

Box 43, Folder 206

Letters In O - P 1910

Box 43, Folder 207

Letters In S 1910

Scope and Content Note

Of note: letter from Shepley, Rutan and Coolidge, architects, stating that H. H. Richardson had nothing to do with L.S.J.U.; their part in the planning and building, and their exclusion from further planning and building by Mrs. Stanford.
Box 43, Folder 208

Letters In T - Z 1910

Box 43, Folder 209

Letters In A - B 1911

Scope and Content Note

Of note; Fred Baker on preparation for collecting trip to Brazil; letter describing Brazilian trip, the building of the railroad.
Box 43, Folder 210

Letters In B 1911

Box 43, Folder 211

Letters In C - F 1911

Box 44, Folder 212

Letters In G - K 1911

Box 44, Folder 213

Letters In L - M 1911

Box 44, Folder 214

Letters In N - Q 1911

Box 44, Folder 215

Letters In R - S 1911

Box 44, Folder 216

Letters In T - Z 1911

Box 45, Folder 217

Letters In A - B 1912

Box 45, Folder 218

Letters In B 1912

Box 45, Folder 219

Letters In C 1912

Box 45, Folder 220

Letters In D 1912

Box 45, Folder 221

Letters In E - G 1912

Box 45, Folder 222

Letters In H 1912

Box 46, Folder 223

Letters In I - L 1912

Box 46, Folder 224

Letters In M 1912

Box 46, Folder 225

Letters In N - Q 1912

Box 46, Folder 226

Letters In R - S 1912

Box 46, Folder 227

Letters In S 1912

Box 47, Folder 228

Letters In T - Z 1912

Box 47, Folder 229

Letters In A 1913

Box 47, Folder 230

Report to Board of Trustees in re Medical School.

Box 47, Folder 231

Letters In B 1913

Box 47, Folder 232

Letters In C 1913

Box 47, Folder 233

Letters In D - F 1913

Box 47, Folder 234

Letters In G - H 1913

Box 48, Folder 235

Letters In I - L 1913

Scope and Content Note

Of note: David S. Jordan to Branner upon turning the presidency of Stanford over to him.
Box 48, Folder 236

Letters In M 1913

Box 48, Folder 237

Letters In N - P 1913

Box 48, Folder 238

Letters In R - S 1913

Box 48, Folder 239

Letters In S 1913

Box 48, Folder 240

Letters In T - V 1913

Box 49, Folder 241

Letters In U - Z 1913

Box 49, Folder 242

Letters In A 1914

Box 49, Folder 243

Letters In B 1914

Box 49, Folder 244

Letters In C 1914

Box 49, Folder 245

Letters In D - F 1914

Box 50, Folder 246

Letters In G - H 1914

Box 50, Folder 247

Letters In I - J 1914

Box 50, Folder 248

Letters In K - L 1914

Scope and Content Note

Of note: Charles F. Lummis regarding Dr. Fleugel's death; personal letters.
Box 50, Folder 249

Letters In M - O 1914

Box 50, Folder 250

Letters In P - R 1914

Box 51, Folder 251

Letters In S 1914

Box 51, Folder 252

Letters In T - Z 1914

Box 51, Folder 253

Letters In A - B 1915

Box 51, Folder 254

Letters In B 1915

Box 51, Folder 255

Letters In C 1915

Box 52, Folder 256

Letters In D - F 1915

Box 52, Folder 257

Letters In G - H 1915

Box 52, Folder 258

Letters In I - L 1915

Box 52, Folder 259

Letters In M - O 1915

Box 53, Folder 260

Letters In P 1915

Box 53, Folder 261

Letters In R - S 1915

Box 53, Folder 262

Letters In T -Z 1915

Scope and Content Note

Of note: Woodrow Wilson thanking Branner for his suggestion for controlling slides in the Panama Canal.
Box 53, Folder 263

Letters In A 1916

Box 53, Folder 264

Letters In B 1916

Box 54, Folder 265

Letters In C - E 1916

Box 54, Folder 266

Letters In F - G 1916

Box 54, Folder 267

Letters In H 1916

Box 54, Folder 268

Letters In J 1916

Box 54, Folder 269

Letters In K - L 1916

Box 54, Folder 270

Letters In M - P 1916

Box 55, Folder 271

Letters In R - S 1916

Box 55, Folder 272

Letters In S - V 1916

Box 55, Folder 273

Letters In W - Z 1916

Box 55, Folder 274

Letters In A - B 1917

Box 55, Folder 275

Letters In B 1917

Box 56, Folder 276

Letters In C - F 1917

Box 56, Folder 277

Letters In G - I 1917

Box 56, Folder 278

Letters In J - L 1917

Box 56, Folder 279

Letters In M - P 1917

Box 57, Folder 280

Letters In R - S 1917

Box 57, Folder 281

Letters In T - Z 1917

Box 57, Folder 282

Letters In A - B 1918

Box 57, Folder 283

Letters In C - F 1918

Box 58, Folder 284

Letters In G - L 1918

Box 58, Folder 285

Letters In M - R 1918

Box 58, Folder 286

Letters In S - Z 1918

Box 58, Folder 287

Letters In A - B 1919

Box 58, Folder 288

Letters In C - F 1919

Box 59, Folder 289

Letters In G - I 1919

Box 59, Folder 290

Letters In J - L 1919

Box 59, Folder 291

Letters In M - R 1919

Box 59, Folder 292

Letters In S - V 1919

Box 59, Folder 293

Letters In W - Z 1919

Box 60, Folder 294

Letters In A - B 1920

Box 60, Folder 295

Letters In C - F 1920

Box 60, Folder 296

Letters In G - H 1920

Box 60, Folder 297

Letters In J - I 1920

Box 61, Folder 298

Letters In M - O 1920

Box 61, Folder 299

Letters In P - S 1920

Box 61, Folder 300

Letters In T - W 1920

Box 61, Folder 301

Letters In W - Z 1920

Box 61, Folder 302

Letters out, carbons 1920-1921

Box 61, Folder 303

Notes, etc 1916, 1920

Box 62, Folder 304

Letters In, A - B 1921

Box 62, Folder 305

Letters In, C - H 1921

Box 62, Folder 306

Letters In, J - O 1921

Box 62, Folder 307

Letters In, P - V 1921

Box 62, Folder 308

Letters In, W - Z 1921

 

Series 2 Manuscripts, drawings, clippings, photographs and maps

Box 63a, Folder 309

Notes and manuscripts on Brazil 1882 -1907

Box 63a, Folder 309a

Correspondence, notes, photographs re Brazilian pottery 1885 -1887

Box 63a, Folder 310

Manuscript of Dr. Miguel Lisboa, translated by J. C. Branner

Box 63a, Folder 311

Manuscript of Dr. Miguel Lisboa, translated by J. C. Branner, continued

Box 63b, Folder 312

Brazil drawings. Some original drawings, most are line copies of photographs.

Box 63b, Folder 313

Manuscript on the elevation and depression of the northeast coast of Brazil.

Box 63b, Folder 314

Manuscript on the economic geology of the diamond bearing highlands of the state of Bahia, Brazil.

Box 63b, Folder 315

Portuguese folksongs collected by Mrs. Waring. Joaquin Nabuco. O Dever dos monarchistas. With notes written by the author addressed to J. C. Branner 1886 May

Box 63c

Card file bibilography of works about Brazil.

Box 64, Folder 316

Notes of Roderick Crandall on the geology of Brazil 1907

Box 64, Folder 317

Mining laws of Brazil. Translated from Portuguese by J. C. Branner July 1920

Box 64, Folder 317a

Bibliography on the geology of Brazil (bound typescript)

Box 64, Folder 318

Brazilian textbook of Geology: manuscript

Box 64, Folder 319

Brazilian textbook of Geology: manuscript

Box 64, Folder 320

Geologia Elementar: manuscript of the 2nd Edition

Box 64, Folder 321

Geologia Elementar: manuscript of the 2nd Edition

Box 64, Folder 322

Geologia Elementar: manuscript of the 2nd Edition

Box 65a, Folder 323

Correspondence regarding Stanford University establishing an Eucalyptus farm.

Box 65a, Folder 323a

Articles:

 

The Study of Science.

 

The San Francisco earthquake from the geologists point of view, J. C. Branner May 1906

 

An early discovery of fullers' earth in Arkansas by J. C. Branner Feb., 1912

 

Alexis Perrey: a bit of seismologic history, by Count Montessus de Palloe. Translated by J. C. Branner March, 1913

 

The Tejon pass eartquake by J. C. Branner Oct. 1916

Box 65a, Folder 324

Earthquake clippings 1920 -1921

Box 65a, Folder 324a

Scrapbook of clippings on San Francisco 1906

Box 65a, Folder 325

The Seismological work of John Milne. Manuscript

Box 65a, Folder 326

Report for Spring Valley Water Company.

Box 65a, Folder 326a

Installation as president of L. S. J. U., Address, newspaper article, program, invitation of Board of Trustees. Oct. 1, 1913

Box 65a, Folder 327

Committee to investigate Panama Canal slides, Correspondence, minutes, report. 1915-1916

Box 65b, Folder 328

Miscellaneous obituaries of Mrs. Branner.

Box 65b, Folder 328a

Early Days at Stanford by Mrs. Branner.

Box 65b, Folder 329

Baker genealogy.

Baker genealogy.

Box 65b, Folder 330

Penrose, R. A. F, Jr.

Box 65b, Folder 330

Penrose, R. A. F, Jr. Biographical Memoirs, National Academy of Sciences, v. 21, Memorial, reprinted from Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, v. 36, pp. 15-44. Articles on Branner's library. 1927; March 30, 1925

Box 66, Folder 331

Arkansas photographs

Box 66, Folder 332

Glass slides of Drake's relief map of California

Box 66, Folder 333

Geologic maps of Brazil. Plates, cuts.

Box 66, Folder 334

Geology of South America. Photographs, cuts, clippings.

Box 66, Folder 335

Geology of Brazil. Photographs, maps, and plates.

Box 66, Folder 336

Engravings from photographs of Brazil and Yosemite.

Box 67, Folder 337

Photographs of South America

Box 67, Folder 338

Photographs of South America

Box 67, Folder 339

Photographs of South America. Geology

Box 68, Folder 340

Photograph albums of various trips to Brazil, not labeled or dated ca. 1890-1916

Box 68, Folder 341

Photograph album, Brazil Summer 1899

Box 68, Folder 342

Photograph album, Brazil Summer 1899

Box 68, Folder 343

Photograph album, Brazil Summer 1913

Box 68, Folder 344

F. L. Garrison, photographer. States of Bahia and Minas Geraes, Brazil 1916

Box 69, Folder 345

Scrapbooks of photographs of the April 18, 1906 earthquake, compiled by J. C. Branner. 2 v.

Box 69, Folder 346

Scrapbooks of photographs of the April 18, 1906 earthquake, compiled by J. C. Branner. 2 v.

Box 70

Photographs illustrating the effects of the earthquake of April 18, 1906. Mostly made under the direction of J. C. Branner.

Box 71

Field notebooks. Included are the notebooks of Branner and his students on the April 18, 1906 earthquake, the earthquake investigation of 1917, Branner's personal field notes on Brazil, U.S.G.S. Field Section books, and the Stanford Expedition to Brazil 1876, 1887, 1903 and 1910, 1911

Box 76

Scrapbook of earthquake clippings. Vol 1. Vol. 2 1910-1915, 1915-1922

Box 83

Scrapbooks on the geology of Brazil. 2 vols. 1907-

Box 90

Autograph books (2 volumes): miscellaneous autographs, autographs of geologists.

Box 92

Geologic map of Brazil. Reprinted from the Bulletin of the Geological Society of America. 1919

Box 94 os

Map of geology about the mouth of the Rio Amazonas; after Katzer; Sketch map of the approximate limestone areas of the interior of Bahia, Brazil; Sketch map of parts of Alaogoas and Pernambuco, Brazil

 

Series 3 Articles

Box 72, Folder 347

List of the more important publications of J. C. Branner, List of books, pamphlets and maps in the library of J. C. Branner. 1884-1902

Box 72, Folder 348

Articles of Notes of lectures on botany included. 1883-1886

Box 72, Folder 349

Articles of 1887-1890

Box 72, Folder 350

Articles of 1891-1895

Box 72, Folder 351

Articles of 1896-1897

Box 73, Folder 352

Articles of 1898-1901

Box 73, Folder 353

Articles of 1902-1905

Box 73, Folder 354

Articles of 1906-1908

Box 73, Folder 355

Articles of 1909-1911

Box 74, Folder 356

Articles of 1912-1915

Box 74, Folder 357

Articles of 1916-1917, 1919

Box 74, Folder 358

Articles of and Memorials. 1920, 1921

 

Series 4 Books by J. C. Branner

Box 75

List of graduates in geology and mining, Stanford University [1892-1920]

Box 77

How and Why Stories. 1921

Box 78

Observations made upon the Arkansas River. 1887-1888

Box 79

J. C. Branner and J. F. Newsom. The Phosphate Rocks of Arkansas. Bulletin 74. Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station. 1902

Box 80

A Bibliography of clays and the ceramic arts. Columbus, Ohio 1906

Box 81

Multiple Volumes:

 

A Bibliography of the geology, mineralogy and paleontology of Brazil. Rio de Janeiro 1903

Physical Description: 2 copies
 

A Bibliography of the geology, mineralogy and paleontology of Brazil.

 

A geologia cretacea e terciaria da Bacio do Brazil. Sergipe-Alaquoas. 1899

 

Geologia Elementar. Rio de Janeiro. 1906

Physical Description: 2 copies
 

Geologia Elementar. 2nd edition. Rio de Janeiro. 1915

 

Papers on Brazil. 1887-1893

Box 82

Multiple Volumes:

 

J. C. Branner, translator. Constitutions of Brazil. 1894

 

The Stone reefs of Brazil, their geological and geographical relations, with a chapter on the coral reefs. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology of Harvard College. V. 44. Cambridge, MA. 1904. 1894

Physical Description: 2 copies
Box 84

Multiple Volumes:

 

Decomposition of rocks in Brazil. Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, v. 7, pp. 255-314 Feb. 1896

 

The Crastaceous and Tertiary Geolgoy of the Sergipe-Alagoas Basin of Brazil. Transactions of the Am. Philosophical Society, XVI. (1899)

Physical Description: 3 copies
 

Catalogue of the Brazilian Library of J. C. Branner.

Box 85

Multiple Volumes:

 

Portuguese Grammar. New York 1910

 

Portuguese Grammar. New York, 2nd. Ed. 1914

 

J. C. Branner, translator. History of the origin and establishment of the inquisition in Portugal. Stanford University, CA 1926

 

Syllabus of Elementary Geology. Stanford University 1898

Physical Description: 3 copies
Box 86

Syllabus of Elementary Geology. 2nd ed. Stanford University 1902

Physical Description: Five copies; copy 5 includes notes by Ada Devendorf from 1906 class.
Box 87

Multiple Volumes:

 

Syllabus of Elementary Geology. 3rd. ed. Stanford University 1908

Physical Description: 3 copies
 

J. C. Branner and John F. Newsom. Syllabus of Economic Geology. Stanford University, (annotated). 1895

Box 88

Multiple Volumes:

 

J. C. Branner and John F. Newsom. Syllabus of Economic Geology. 2nd. Ed. Stanford University 1900

Physical Description: 2 copies
 

J. C. Branner and John F. Newsom. Syllabus of Economic Geology. 3rd. Ed. Stanford University 1911

Physical Description: 2 copies
Box 89

J. C. Branner, director. The Papers of the Stanford Expedition to Brazil in 1911. Vol. I 1914

Physical Description: 2 copies
Box 91

Casper Branner of Virginia and His Descendants. Privately printed, Stanford University, CA 1913

Box 93

Syllabus of Elementary Geology. 4th. ed. Stanford University 1912

 

Series 5 Revolution in Brazil

Box 1, Folder 1

Revolution in Brazil: newspaper clippings 1889-1893

Box 1, Folder 2

Revolution in Brazil: newspaper clippings 1884-1896

Box 1, Folder 3

Revolution in Brazil: newspaper clippings 1883-1903

Box 1, Folder 4

Revolution in Brazil: magazine articles 1893-1894

Box 1, Folder 5

Revolution in Brazil: manuscript notes

Box 1, Folder 6

Revolution in Brazil: manuscript drafts

 

Accession 2011-062 Additional papers 1885-1925

Physical Description: 0.25 Linear feet
Box 1, Folder 1

Letters by Branner to Miguel A. R. Lisboa (in Portuguese) 1915

Box 1, Folder 2

Orville A. Derby correspondence with Branner, Herbert Killburn Scott, and others pertaining to work in Brazil 1893-1901

Box 1, Folder 3

Reprints by Branner 1885-1920

Box 1, Folder 4

Reprints by other authors 1907-1025

Box 1, Folder 5

Maps: Caminhamento entre Pouso dos Macacos e Aldeia Queimada and Caminhamento entre Salto do Rio Sepotuba e Porto dos Bugres 1911

Box 1, Folder 6

Maps: Geologia da linna Caceres ao Rio Sangrador Grande [undated] and Geologia de una partie do estado de Matto-Grosso 1911