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Hoeh, David C., 1937-



  • Existence: 1937-

David C. Hoeh, was born Dec. 1, 1937. He graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a BA in 1960, and received a MA from Boston University in 1966. Hoeh went to work for the State of New Hampshire as a member of the state planning project and was also the principle planner in NH of the Office of Planning and Research, as well as on projects in Wisconsin, Vermont, New Jersey and Kentucky. He joined Dartmouth College in 1967, as the Director of the Dartmouth Public Affairs Center from which he resigned in 1972. He also taught at the University of Wisconsin in Milwaukee in the School for Architecture and Urban Planning. In addition he was heavily involved in the campaigns of several local democratic politicians in the 1960’s, becoming the NH campaign director of Sen. Eugene McCarthy and the Chairman of the NH delegation to the 1968 Democratic Convention in Chicago.

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

David Hoeh papers

Identifier: ML-56
Overview David Hoeh (b.1937), urban and regional planer. Director of the Dartmouth Public Affairs Center. The collection contains regional planning reports, correspondence, assessments, and analysis of economic expansions and developments as well as magazines, pamphlets, flyers, correspondence, memoranda, speeches, presentations, buttons, clippings, posters and other promotional material related to David Hoeh’s involvement with democratic party candidates at the state and national level and his own...

Oral history interview with David C. Hoeh

Identifier: DOH-443
Content Description David C. Hoeh, Associate Director of Public Affairs in the Public Affairs Center at Dartmouth College, lecturer in Social Science at Dartmouth College, coordinator of Dartmouth College/Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) program. Oral history interview documenting his memories of World War II (WWII) as a child in Newton, Massachusetts, and his involvement in the Democratic Party of New Hampshire, first in student government at the University of New Hampshire (UNH), then in state...