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Oral history interview with Donald Bartlett.

DOH-217
 Collection
Identifier: DOH-217

Description

The oral history interview of Donald Bartlett is comprised of five audiocassette recordings and a tape log of the recordings. The interview was conducted by Arthur Wilson between Sept. 18, 1975 and Sept. 23, 1975 in Norwich, VT. The entire interview runs for approximately five hours. Bartlett describes early Hanover and Dartmouth: Bartlett, Tucker, and Nichols administrations. He describes the Biography Department and Ambrose Vernon as well as the opposition to his appointment, and his colleague Harold Speight. He contrasts the presidential styles of Ernest Hopkins and John Dickey and describes the origins of the Tucker Foundation and the roles of Arthur Meserve, Frances Childs, Roy Chamberlain, James Pike, Fred Berthold, Charles F. Dey and Frost. He discusses his relationships with John Dickey, Don Morrison, and John Masland; the Ray Cirotta Case, WWII and being a cultural attache in Tokyo.

Dates

  • 1975-09-18 - 1975-09-23

Creator

Conditions Governing Access

Unrestricted.

Conditions Governing Use

Permission from Dartmouth College required for publication or reproduction.

Extent

5 hours (5 sound cassettes)

6 pages (1 tape log)

Formerly Known As

D.C. Hist. Phono 1176

Part of the Rauner Special Collections Library Repository

Contact:
6065 Webster Hall
Hanover NH 03755 USA