Stanford

  • (noun): United States railroad executive and founder of Stanford University (1824-1893).
    Synonyms: Leland Stanford
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Stanford Memorial Church - History - Chaplains
... Stanford Memorial Church, throughout its history, has been served by chaplains who have been influential amongst the Stanford University student body and community at large ... Heber Newton, the first and last pastor of Stanford Memorial Church, resigned after four months in 1903 "because he disagreed with Mrs ... Stanford on some aspects of church management" ...
Stanford Memorial Church
... Stanford Memorial Church (also referred to informally as MemChu) is located at the center of the Stanford University campus in Stanford, California, United States ... built during the American Renaissance by Jane Stanford as a memorial to her husband Leland ... Designs for the church were submitted to Jane Stanford and the university trustees in 1898, and it was dedicated in 1903 ...
Stanford Memorial Church - Architecture
... Stanford Memorial Church was built during the American Renaissance period, a time of architectural eclecticism, so elements of styles from different eras are synthesized in its ... The architectural style of Stanford Memorial Church has been referred to as "a stunning example of late Victorian ecclesiastical art and architecture with echoes of Pre-Raphaelitism" ... been altered after earthquake damage, Stanford Memorial Church has the plan and structure of a large Romanesque church while the extensive use of mosaic and the foliate forms of the ...
Stanford Memorial Church - History - Chaplains - Staff
... McLennan has served as Dean for Religious Life at Stanford since 2001 ... Rabbi Karlin-Neumann is Stanford's first Jewish associate dean of religious life ... Karlin-Neumann, the position's name was changed to "Dean of Religious Life at Stanford" ...
William Bedell Stanford
... William Bedell Stanford (16 January 1910 – 30 December 1984) was an Irish classical scholar and senator ... Stanford was one of seven candidates nominated for the Provostship of the University on March 11, 1952 but was eliminated along with two other candidates in the first round of the election ... His grandfather's cousin was the composer Charles Villiers Stanford ...

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