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Dartmouth College. Alumni Magazine



Dartmouth Alumni Magazine (DAM) is an editorially independent magazine for Dartmouth College alumni. Founded in 1905 by Ernest Martin Hopkins, DAM is published six times a year and mailed to more than 50,000 undergraduate alums of the College. The Magazine’s purpose is to serve principally the entire Dartmouth Family including the Professional Schools and its other graduate programs. The goal is an informed and engaged alumni body. Therefore, the Magazine reports the news of the College and its alumni, provides a medium for the exchange of views concerning College and alumni affairs, and in other ways provides editorial content that relates to the shared and diverse experiences and interests of Dartmouth alumni.

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Dartmouth College, Alumni Magazine records

Identifier: DA-100
Date(s): 1905 to 1997
Scope and Contents

The collection contains transcript, audio cassettes, release and editied interview with James Freedman, conducted by Robert Sullivan for the Dartmouth Alumni Magazine. Alumni Magazone subject files containing correspondence, memos, articles, editorial and board meeting information is also included.

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