Dudley, Charles Milo, 1907-2001
- Existence: 1907 - 2001
Charles Milo Dudley was born in 1907 in Hanover, New Hampshire. He graduated from Dartmouth College in 1929. After graduation he became a recreational ski instructor for Dartmouth College. Dudley wrote a column on skiing for "The New York Times," and wrote articles for the "American Ski Manual." He also published three books "60 Centuries of Skiing," "It's Easy to Ski," and "When We Ski." In addition, Dudley designed the first waterproof skiing garments and went on to become a sales representative for clothing and sportswear manufacturers. In 1955, he co-founded Lebanon College serving as its dean for more than 30 years. Dudley died in August 2001.
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Overview Charles M. Dudley (1907- 2001), manufacturer's agent for winter sports equipment and clothing. Dartmouth College Class of 1929. The collection includes typescripts for his works, newspapers, correspondence, memos, leaflets, booklets and patents information relating to skiing, Camp Interlaken, Hart vs. Hed Skies legal case and Pillsbury State Park.