January 1951

Article

"To Promote Interest and Education in Art"

Class Notes

1918

Class Notes

1917

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"To Promote Interest and Education in Art"

THE STORY OF ART at Dartmouth has not yet been written. Few Dartmouth men know much of the College art collection, largely, perhaps, because the collection is so new, but also, in part, because it is so old, and so taken

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Class Notes

1918

Orchids to Henry Oppenheim for being elected not only Treas. of the famed Oppenheim & McEwan Cos., Albany, N. Y. (wholesale grocers) but also made Honorary Treas. for life of the D. alumni in that area No one enjoyed an

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1917

Memorial Fund Chairman, GILBERT N. SWETT 77 Harrison St., Verona, N. J.

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Class Notes

1923

Frequently the lot of a class scribe is a happy one, and one situation which is bound to give him pleasure is to have in his possession news of classmates about whom there has been no previous news. As a result of the grand

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1915

The weather for the Yale game left much to be desired, but those who braved the elements report that they were rewarded by a good game with an eminently satisfactory result. Among the hardy souls present were Sid Crawford with

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1949

Football season has ended, so I won't see many of you in large groups again until next fall, although an occasional hockey game or a Boston Dartmouth Association meeting may be just what's needed for that long list of names. My

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Class Notes

1932

That Sunday evening my fifth-grade son came hurrying down the stairs. Daddy, he said breathlessly, "isn't the Claremont DailyEagle the paper we get?" I said it was. "Well, Walter Winchell just announced that the man who runs it died

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1930

Memorial Fund Chairman, G. WARREN FRENCH 99 Hudson St., New York 13, N. Y.

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1937

A couple of months ago we put out a feeler as to the where-abouts of Al Sutter who was last heard of at Camp Lejeune as a Lt. Colonel with the Marines. With the help of his very kind mother, Mrs. Grace Bikle in Phila., we

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1904

The Robinsons had a leisurely vacation in New Hampshire and Vermont covering parts of September and October visiting relatives and long-time friends throughout the two States and enjoying the quiet rest and comfort of Inns along

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