Albert E. M. Louer papers May be restricted
The papers of Albert E. M. Louer contains primarily correspondence and clippings. The collection documents Louer’s role as the donor for the Class of 1926 Fellowship and his involvement with alumni groups, including his work on the fellowship, which funded students pursuing government internships, and his disagreement with Professor David Hoeh over prohibiting fellows from protesting the Vietnam War, which led to the termination of the fellowship. Louer was also part of a group of conservative alumni who, upset with the direction the College was taking under President Kemeny, formed the Committee of Concerned Dartmouth Alumni (CCDA) and worked to elect like-minded alumni via petition candidates to the Board of Trustees. In addition, the papers document the election of John F. Steel, Class of 1954, in 1980, as well as the unsuccessful runs of T. Coleman Andrews III, Class of 1976, and Malcolm V. Beard, Class of 1967, the following year. Material documenting Louer’s support for the conservative student newspaper, “Dartmouth Review” is also included.
- 1951 - 1983
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Student records are restricted.
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.5 Linear Feet (1 box)
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