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Letters to his parents from Dartmouth College, 1931-10

MS-685: Richard Campen student letters
 Folder: 17, Box: 1


Contains 4 handwritten letters on the topic of reading magazines Atlantic Monthly and book Progress and Poverty, Dartmouth students’ accident on their way to Lebanon, physical examination, assuring his parents that joining fraternity is not harmful, how Dartmouth’s Greek system is different from other schools’, upcoming football games with Buffalo State College (SUNY Buffalo), Holy Cross, Cornell and Columbia, topics addressed in economics class, topics addressed in psychology class, topics addressed in math class, conversation with his friend, his disappointment with the movie “Free Soul” which he watched at the Nugget theatre, Marc Rose’s lecture “This Depressing Depression”, Dartmouth’s victory in football game with Holy Cross and a celebratory ceremony, sending laundry home and setting up a radio set in his room.


  • 1931-10

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