United States Naval Training School (Dartmouth College) records May be restricted
Collection consists of the records of the United States Naval Training School that was located at Dartmouth College during World War II. Includes enrollment lists and statistics for students from the Navy and the Marines, student records, and material regarding the curricula for the V-12 unit. Includes inventories, bills, shipping orders, code lists, and lists of text books and other purchases for the training school. Includes material regarding the status of the Navy V-12 students at Dartmouth College and the organization of a Dartmouth Navy Alumni Association. Includes glass slides of British and American aircraft used in recognition training. Also includes a questionnaire, which was sent to staff officers, students, and students' wives, regarding housing, shopping, recreation, laundry services, and general services available to Navy personnel in Hanover, N.H. during the war.
- 1942 - 1947
- United States. Naval Training School (Dartmouth College ) (Organization)
Conditions Governing Access
Conditions Governing Use
Permission from Dartmouth College Required for Publication or Reproduction.
50 linear ft. (38 boxes)
Language of Materials
The United States Naval Training School operating at Dartmouth College, 1943-1945. Collection consists of student records for men enrolled in the Navy and Marine V-12 programs, and to a lesser extent the students in the Tuck Supply Corps; curricular materials, and some administrative and financial records.
Part of the Rauner Library Archives and Manuscripts Repository
6065 Webster Hall
Hanover NH 03755 USA