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Dartmouth class of 1915 after 50 years.

Dartmouth College. Class of 1915.

Dartmouth class of 1915 after 50 years.

by Dartmouth College. Class of 1915.

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Published by High Grade Press in Hanover, N.H .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Cover title.

Statement[Philip K. Murdock, editor.
ContributionsMurdock, Philip K., 1892- ed.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLD1448 .A5
The Physical Object
Pagination125 p.
Number of Pages125
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5415453M
LC Control Number73007257

Dartmouth College - Class of 67 likes 2 talking about this. The Dartmouth Class of 's 50th Reunion is June , Followers: Dartmouth College CLASS OF Page 3 THANK YOU to those many alumni and wives who responded! As one alumnus noted, “you will have.. an interest - ing summary—the thoughts of a special collection of guys who were born at the very best time in all of history.”File Size: 6MB.

Class of Content. Sort By: File Name Date All. Fifty years ago, the United States was in the midst of the biggest public-health field trial ever held. In the spring of , million children all across the country were given either a placebo injection or a shot of a new vaccine—now known as the Salk vaccine—in an attempt to control the epidemics of poliomyelitis that ravaged the U.S. each summer.

After six decades in which the band was student-led, Dartmouth officially recognized the band in the s, putting it under the umbrella of the Hopkins Center for the Arts and hiring Don Glasgo as the first appointed director of the band. During his 40 years at the helm of the ensemble, Don nurtured and supported generations. - Explore phludge's board "Dartmouth, England", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Dartmouth, England and Devon england pins.


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Dartmouth class of 1915 after 50 years by Dartmouth College. Class of 1915. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Today Alice Hall Claflin, descendant of Richard N. Hall, Class ofvisited Dartmouth to see artifacts related to her great uncle’s work as an ambulance driver stationed in France during World War I. The plate on Hall’s ambulance read “Dartmouth College: No.

2.” This Christmas Day will mark the th year of Hall’s death. Hall was killed in Alsace, France, after a German.

Class of Amos N. Blandin Edmund H. Booth Harvey P. Hood Richard P. White. Class of Sumner B. Emerson Victor C. Smith Waltman Walters. Class of Fletcher R. Andrews H. Clifford Bean Charles E. Brundage Kenneth M. Henderson Roswell F. Magill Richard Parkhurst W. Stewart Paul John B. Stearns.

Class of John P. Bowler Albert. Class of Gift. Edward E. Martin, chairman of 's 25th Aniversay Fund, presents a check for $25, to President Hopkins during the alumni officers' meetings in Hanover.

Members of looking on are)l. to r.) Harry E. Colwell Jr., James. After careful consideration—and a few arguments—Dartmouth Alumni Magazine presents its final From a weathered book of Scripture, circato a dirty pair of running spikes, the things that make Dartmouth different are the things that make Dartmouth.

You can click here to view a photo gallery of all the objects. “Fifth-Down” Football Sports—which now include 34 club and 34 varsity teams—have long been a significant part of the student experience. Of all the games in Dartmouth sports history, few hold the drama—and honorable aftermath—of the Cornell-Dartmouth football game of Novemplayed on a damp day at.

Dartmouth College Class of 50th Reunion. The 50th Reunion was a brilliant success — Look at these great photographs: Class of Bunkhouse Dedication – J Class Connections Lunch. Class of Class Dinner – Coffee with President Hanlon. Class of Art Show. The “Walter” referred to is Walter Wanger, Dartmouth Class ofthe Hollywood producer of over sixty movies, including Coconuts, Tarnished Lady, The Long Journey Home, Cleopatra, and the lesser-known Winter Carnival ().

“Scott,” of course, is none other than F. Scott Fitzgerald, the voice of the lost generation and giant of. " From the perspective of the Dartmouth Class ofthe legacy of the Class of and the shadow of the Second World War was and is profound.

Your book has brilliantly captured an important chapter of that story. Many of our fathers and relatives served. We all grew up with stories about that necessary but brutal world conflict.5/5(9).

#1 Daniel Webster, class of #2 Theodor Geisel ’25 #3 Robert Frost, class of #4 Robert Smith, class of #5 Salmon P. Chase, class of #6 Thaddeus Stevens, class of #7 Nelson Rockefeller ’30 #8 Owen Chamberlain ’41 #9 George Perkins Marsh, class of #10 Samuel Katz ’48, DMS’50 #11 Edward Lorenz ’38 #12 C.

Mention might be made here of how President Ernest Martin Hopkins, Class ofsucceeded in obtaining funding for the new College library. Charles Widmayer, Class oftells in his book Hopkins of Dartmouth that President Hopkins responded 'Not much,' to George Fisher Baker's question of what could President Hopkins do with $25, Mr.

After supper I tried to get up on my correspondence but without much success as at 9 P. I had to guard till Ab Street [Dartmouth class of ] came down and talked with me till and at 11 I had to take some orders down to the captain and incidentally I had a talk with him.

After Dartmouth, Judge Brown went on to marry Margaret Tucker, daughter of President Tucker in and graduated Harvard Law. After being appointed as the Middlesex Co. District Attorney in and Assistant to Attorney General Henry C.

Attwill inBrown was appointed to the Massachusetts Supreme Court in He served for 29 years. Dartmouth College is host to many Greek organizations, and a significant percentage of the undergraduate student body is active in Greek life.

Inthe school stated that 1, students were members of a fraternity, sorority, or coeducational Greek house, comprising about 43 percent of all students, or about 60 percent of the eligible student body.

Dartmouth College Yearbook (), pagephoto in Yearbook printed backwards; Row 5, First on left. About the Book and Film: The source book, Passion for Skiing (Ullr Award Winner as a Ski History Book of the Year – ), and the documentary film, Passion for Snow (Ski History Film of the Year, Emmy Nominee as Documentary of the Year NE ), which you can order below, are based on an extensive 6 year research effort by close to 1, people around the world, including many leading.

Critics say it was one of the worst movies made in Maurice Rapf, Class ofwrites in his memoir that for months after the film was released, he was rejected from jobs because he was a script writer for “Winter Carnival.” At best the movie is campy, cliché and endearingly rooted in.

Passion for Skiing is a book that was published in about the contributions of people from Hanover, New Hampshire and Dartmouth College to winter activities, particularly the sport of downhill skiing and highlights this history of skiing from to the current era.

It was authored by Dartmouth alumnus Stephen L. Waterhouse (Dartmouth College Class ofTuck Business School Class of. This list of alumni of Dartmouth College includes alumni and current students of Dartmouth College and its graduate schools. In addition to its undergraduate program, Dartmouth offers graduate degrees in nineteen departments and includes three graduate schools: the Tuck School of Business, the Thayer School of Engineering, and Dartmouth Medical School.

The Dartmouth Class of published Dartmouth at War in December The page volume gathers memoirs, photos, and maps from more than members of the class who served in WWII. (courtesy of the Dartmouth College Office of Alumni Relations).

Years later he came to one of our reunions, mingled with us and gave a great talk. Recall that we read Paradise Lost by Milton in English 1, a class which Thad taught. At the reunion he was talking with a small group of us about the challenges of being the president at small college, Rollins.

I caught his eye and quoted Lucifer. The traditions of Dartmouth College, an American Ivy League college in Hanover, New Hampshire, are deeply entrenched in the student life of the institution and are well known nationally.

Dartmouth's website counts the College's "special traditions" among its "essential elements", and in his inauguration address, former College president James E.

Wright said that the school is "a place that is.Introduction. The Dartmouth College Library acquired the Papers of James Frank Drake as the gift of his alumnus of the Class ofand of the Tuck School ('03).

Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.