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Classmate notes on travel

Here are some communications from classmates about their travel experiences. Feel free to submit your own...

From Paul Tuhus:

Tex -

It’s been a few years since my last tour assignments in Asia, but here are a few thoughts.

Although China is fascinating in its own way, if you’ve never been to Asia before it won’t likely match your mental image of the region.

Thoughts from John Mathias

A post Reunion communication from John Mathias:

 

Reunion thoughts from Dick Jenson

Hey, Tex,

A couple of things occurred to me, post reunion:

Reminiscence from Richard Jenson

Dartmouth’s librarian in 1969, Edward Connery Latham, wanted to compile a concordance of all of the poetry written by Robert Frost to accompany the complete collection of Frost’s poetry which Latham had just published (SBN: 03-072535-6). A concordance is an alphabetical list of all the individual words used by Frost in ALL of his poetry. Each instance of a usage is accompanied by the line of poetry in which it occurred together with the title of the poem and the page where it could be found in Latham’s collection.

For example, the entry for “PROMISES” appears like this:

Dartmouth 250 video

Here's a nicely done 3-minute video celebrating Dartmouth. How many 69s can YOU find in the video?

 

Happy New Year!

Bill Yellowtail in 1965

This photo of Bill Yellowtail '69 is from the Rauner Exhibit, viewed at our 50th Reunion!

 

Phi Tau at our 50th Reunion

Here are some photos of the Phi Tau members at Dartmouth Class of 1969 50th reunion, June 2019

In teh group photo they are, from left to right: Tom Stuver, Steve Entin, Rich McNeil, Bob Throndsen, Bob Lievens, Phil Bush, Jeff Kelley, Lyle Nyberg, Chip Elitzer, Doran Doeh, Steve Horwitz (not in photo).

Homecoming 2019: Premier of Early Daughters of Dartmouth

PREMIERE!   PREMIERE!   PREMIERE!

Early Daughters of Dartmouth:  Blazing the Trail to Coeducation 1969-1972

Friday, October 11, 2019 at 4 pm 

FILENE AUDITORIUM IN MOORE BUILDING

Thank you letter received

We received this thank you letter for our Class donation to their organization.

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