Education: Leland Stanford

The report of President Ray Lyman Wilbur of Leland Stanford University describes the addition of several important building units to the university, including the Stanford Union, the Stanford School of Nursing, residence halls for men, dining hall in process of construction and a "basketball pavilion." The endowment campaign of 1922 was successful and the income from the first million is to be used for salaries. The Carnegie Corporation has founded at Stanford a Food Research Institute which is operating as an active part of the university.


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