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Indian Doll

 Folder, Case: 7
Part of DA-857: Rauner Vertical Files


This file contains an advertisement from 1962 for a doll in the form of a stereotypical figure of an Indigenous person holding a tomahawk. It was billed as a souvenir "mascot" for Green Key weekend, a key social event at Dartmouth held yearly in the spring. This doll is related to the Dartmouth "Indian Symbol" in which stereotypical representations of Indigenous people were adopted as a mark of Dartmouth's identity.


  • 1900 - 2018

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From the Collection: English

Part of the Rauner Library Archives and Manuscripts Repository

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Hanover NH 03755 USA

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