Collection of wooden canes, primarily those carried and carved by Dartmouth seniors. The practice of carving senior canes began in 1885. In the 1890s, Charles Dudley, Class of 1902, designed the most common Indian Head Cane. Other canes in the collection include presentation canes, society canes, and Daniel Webster's walking stick.
Dartmouth College Affiliates Files Collection May be restricted
Affiliates Files. The collection contains files with clippings, photographs, administrative documents, press releases and printed material related to affiliates of Dartmouth College which include staff, faculty and honorary degree recipients.
Dartmouth College, Rauner Special Collections Library records May be restricted
The Rauner Special Collections Library records include a crawl of the New Hampshire Local Records Education Project website.
The collection contains a photocopy of the typescript of the "Guide to the microfilm edition of the European journals of George and Anna Ticknor" published by Dartmouth College Library.
Rauner Special Collections Library photographic files contain images collected by the library documenting student life, campus events, buildings and people at Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire.
Thespis Collection. The collection contains miscellaneous ephemeral materials related to the history of theater and the performing arts. The materials are topically arranged and include printed programs, publicity stills, souvenir booklets, stage designs, and the occasional student paper.
The collection contains souvenir programs and playbills for performances at theaters in the United States and abroad, after 1911, excluding oversized. The domestic playbills have an emphasis on New York and Boston theaters. The collection consists of mostly original playbills with some photocopies among them. They are organized by theater.