Scope and Contents The collection includes account books originating from the Upper Connecticut River Valley as well as various New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, and Maine towns. The majority of the books are from the 18th and 19th centuries, but a few extend into the 20th Century. Types of accounts include general stores, agricultural, merchants, post office, physicians, pharmacists, along with individual or family accounts. Some account books are unidentified. Many volumes contain ephemeral items tipped...
Overview 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.
Overview 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.
Overview "Illuminated Manuscripts in the Dartmouth College Library." The collection contains the typescript, with handwritten corrections of this catalog, edited by Robert McGrath and published in 1972, together with a copy of an earlier draft.
Overview "Incunabula in the Dartmouth College Library" (1980). The collection contains the typescript, with handwritten corrections, of this catalog published by Dartmouth College Library in 1980.
Overview "Marine Atlases in the Dartmouth College Library" (1950). The collection contains the typescript and various stages in the publication of this book which was designed by Ray Nash and printed at the Southworth-Anthoensen Press. The book was to be presented on Nathaniel L. Goodrich upon his retirement from Dartmouth College.
Scope and Contents 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.
Overview 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.
- Author: Dartmouth College. Library X