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Letters to his parents from Dartmouth College, 1932-09

MS-685: Richard Campen student letters
 Folder: 26, Box: 1


Contains 3 handwritten and typescript letters on the topic of returning to Hanover, unpacking and settling, course registration, selling his books, convocation ceremony, fee for his laboratory courses, studying with friends, President Hopkins’s convocation speech, German professor he has for the term, contemporary drama course, cost of books, asking for a check, comparative anatomy class, German class, English class, culmination of fraternity rushing, describing Pi Lambda Phi as a Jewish frat, his uneasiness with some of the fraternity members and his opinions on fraternity system. Photocopy of The New York Times article on Hopkin’s speech is attached to the letter dated September 23, 1932.


  • 1932-09

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