McLane, Malcolm, 1924-2008
- Existence: 1924 - 2008
Malcolm McLane (1924-2008), DC class of 1946. Served in Air Force in WWII and was shot down in the Battle of the Bulge becoming a prisoner of war for the remainder of the war. After the war McLane graduated from Dartmouth and became a Rhodes Scholar in 1948 and then graduated Harvard Law school in 1952. In 1952 McLane became a lawyer with Orr and Reno, Concord, NH - eventually becoming president of the firm. McLane's interest in politics resulted in his becoming mayor of Concord, NH (1970-1976) and a candidate for Governor in 1972. McLane was also instrumental in the founding of Wildcat Mountain Ski area in Pinkhams Notch, NH.
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Malcolm McLane (1924-2008). Contains correspondence, photographs, military papers, journals, newspaper clippings, postcards, cassette tapes, and compact discs containing interviews and video clips. Much of the material focuses on McLane’s time in the US Air Force.
Overview Malcolm McLane, Class of 1946. Oral history interview conducted by Mary Donin on February 1, 2008 in Hanover, NH, documenting his undergraduate years at Dartmouth during World War Two.