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Dartmouth College Trustees v. International Paper, 1899 - 1903

DA-1: Dartmouth College, Board of Trustees records
Identifier: 26250
Records include Counselor Drew's notes, correspondence, depositions, agreement drafts, and brief of argument of the College's writ of trover against The International Paper Company. The records also include a compilation of title abstracts to the "wild lands" of the Connecticut River Lumber Company. Irving W. Drew represented Dartmouth College in its case against the International Paper Company for willful trespass. In 1904 the court awarded $49,102 in damages. George Van Dyke assigned the lease to the Androscoggin Timber Supply Company which in turn assigned the lease to Dartmouth College.


  • 1899 - 1903

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Records of the Board of Trustees are restricted for 50 years from the date of creation.

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Part of the Rauner Special Collections Library Repository

6065 Webster Hall
Hanover NH 03755 USA