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Letters to his parents from Dartmouth College, 1931-05

MS-685: Richard Campen student letters
 Folder: 13, Box: 1
Contains 5 handwritten letters on the topic of his satisfactory performance in exams, reasons for sending his math exam home, inviting his parents to Hanover, improvement in his golf skills, Dartmouth victory in baseball game with Harvard, excerpts from his long theme on “Bryon” which he wrote for English class, reading Voltaire for French class, dissatisfactory performance in other exams, Old Timers Day for the graduating seniors, receiving treats from home, his thoughts on Kiplinger Washington letters, desire to work during summer, applying for positions at different camps, writing to cruise ship companies for the information about trip to Europe, road trip as an option for his summer break, philosophical thoughts on humanity and history of human race, DOC trip to Mt. Mansfield, last day of class as a freshman, professor’s remark for the last class of Evolution course, gratitude towards parents for sending him to the College, start of a reading period for final exams and his friend’s graduation from a college.

Dates

  • 1931-05

Conditions Governing Access

Unrestricted.

Repository Details

Part of the Rauner Special Collections Library Repository

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Hanover NH 03755 USA