Everett, Philip Emerson, 1897-1968
- Existence: 1897 - 1968
Philip Emerson Everett was born on April 24, 1897 in Dover, New Hampshire. He graduated from Dartmouth College in 1918. While at Dartmouth he composed music for the Dartmouth Band which Roger Howland and several of his classmates arranged so that it could be played by the Band on their class' thirty-fifth reunion in 1953. Judge Stafford's poem was also set to music by Everett for a Dartmouth Night in 1950. After graduating from Dartmouth, Everett became a lawyer, practicing in New York City. He was active in his profession for 43 years. Everett died on December 11, 1967.
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Overview Philip Emerson Everett (1897-1967), lawyer. Dartmouth College Class or 1918. The collections contains sheet music for his composition "The'18 March."