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Rolf Syvertsen papers
The papers of Rolf C. Syvertsen contain 57 letters written by Syvertsen to his family in Taunton, MA., documenting his experiences during World War I, first at training camp in Camp Devens, MA., and then in France during the last months of the war, and the months following the Armistice. Additional personal correspondence as well as unidentified drawings, sketches and dental x-rays are also included.
- 1918 - 1935
- Syvertsen, Rolf Christian, 1896-1960 (Person)
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.5 linear ft. (2 boxes)
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Rolf C. Syvertsen (1896-1960), dean of Dartmouth Medical School. Dartmouth College Class of 1918. Consist of 57 letters written by Syvertsen to his family in Taunton, MA while serving in the US Army during World War I. Additional personal correspondence as well as unidentified drawings, sketches and dental x-rays are also included.
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