Correspondence with David Starr Jordan

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recommends Dr. Charles of Menlo Park 1892 Jan 1; Dr. Grau and Miss Ames on payroll; mistress of Roble Hall; pleased with address 1892 Jan 1; must exercise own judgment on engaging profs. White, Dudley, Jenks and Angell 1892 Feb 17; payment of professors for outside lectures; steam heat for gymnasium; getting President White as lecturer; finding meteors 1892 Feb 17; suspend arrangements for heating gymnasium 1892 Feb 18; introduces Mr. & Mrs. Morris K. Jessup 1892 Mar 16; will be in Palo Alto in April 1892 Mar 29; remuneration for Pres. White 1892 May 8; faculty appointments [signature cut out] 1892 May 10; ase of Miss Hay 1892 May 11; H.C. Nash to Jordan inclosing recommendations approved by Sen. Stanford 1892 May 15; $5 a week sufficient for board 1892 May 23; to hasten construction of buildings; too many professors and assistants 1892 May 23; sends address in Paris 1892 May 24; (tel): approval of lease form 1892 May 26; issue of students' board 1892 May 26; introduces Wilson Evans 1892 May 29; Prof. Gale out of place in mechanical engineering; pleased with letter from Pres. White 1892 May 29; students' expenses must not exceed $5 per week 1892 May 30



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Hoping you will have a happy New Year and with kind regards to Mrs. Jordan

I remain Yours Very truly Leland Stanford

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Menlo Park 1892

Washington D.C. 17

Davis Starr Jordan

In regard to engaging Professor White Dudley Jenko and Angell. I cannot advise you. Must exercise your own judgment as to fares needed.

Leland Stanford

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United State Senate

Washing D.C. Feb 17 1892

Dr. David S Jordan

Menlo Park California

My Dear Sir

I think I shall be out in California in April when we can consult together and determine about the construction of additional buildings.

I have your letter in regard to sending Professor Barnes to lecture at Pasadena and note what you say about Easterns Institutions allowing Professors to lecture as our advertisement but I presume all those Institutions large tuition fees whereas ours is free and that ought to be sufficient

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advertisement if we have first class professors. I think it will be well for me to establish a rule in this regard. When our Professors lecture for other institutions it seems to me that their expenses should be part by the people form they lecture especially if they have to go as far as Pasadena

I note your letter with enclosure from Dr. Wood about the [Ipaurasiums?]. I cannot believe that they boys are so effeminate that they cannot exercise under cover without steam heat but winter is pretty well over and when I return I will determine

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what shall be done with that Gymnasium in the future.

As regards compensation for lectures I presume the price suggested is a fair one but as a rule we should try to avoid getting lectures from such long distances if it is possible to get them nearer home. As far as PResident White is concerned I think it very important to have him associated with our institution and personally I feel under great obligations to him for coming out.

I would make no arrangement with Mr. Fowler in regard to the

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