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Dartmouth College. Engineering



In 1867, Dartmouth graduate Sylvanus Thayer founded the first civilian schools of engineering in the nation at his alma mater. Today the School prepare the next generation of leaders to solve problems through engineering thinking, research, and innovation with human-centered impact.

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Dartmouth College, Engineering records

Identifier: DA-792
Date(s): 1899 to 2015
Scope and Contents The collection contains reports, studies, proposals, correspondence, memos, purchase orders, mechanical drawings, photographs, slides, subject files and reduced size Mylars of original design drawings of historic buildings. The records document engineering projects at Dartmouth College. Buildings represented here include, Wilson Hall, Library, Sanborn, Wentworth, Carpenter, Burke, Natural Science Building, Thayer, Presidents House, Tuck Hall, Tuck School, Baker Library. Some...
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