Arthur Meservey papers
The papers of Arthur B. Meservey contain essays, orations, class notes, a diary with observations about student life and his thesis. The material documents his life as an undergraduate student at Dartmouth College. Topics covered include the Russo-Japanese War, George Washington, finances of athletic teams, Buddhism and U.S. Senators. Of note are his descriptions of his dorm room and his initiation into the Beta Chapter of Delta Alpha fraternity.
- Existence: 1902 - 1906
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.75 linear ft. (1 box)
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Arthur B. Meservey (1884-1952), professor of physics. Dartmouth College Class of 1906. The collection consists of essays, orations, class notes, a diary and his thesis, documenting his life as an undergraduate student at Dartmouth College.
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