Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
The photo postcards were produced by the Hispanic Society of America in the 1920s as curators traveled throughout Latin America, Portugal, and Spain.The images document places, culture, landmarks, industry, and daily life. Both rural and urban scenes are included. Each postcard contains brief information about the location, but none of the photographs are dated. Those taken in Spain were photographed by E.M. Newman.
This collection consists of the John L. Champe's papers, including articles that he researched and published. There are additional articles that Champe brought together for his archaeological research. Additional components include correspondence, along with subject files that represent Champe's interests and his activities in professional organizations. Biographical information and photographs are located at the end of the materials.
The papers include records relating to Bleed’s teaching career. There are research materials, articles authored and co-authored by Bleed, along project proposals. The teaching materials include syllabi, assignments, classroom overheads, and handwritten notes by Bleed on the topics presented in the classes.
College of Arts and Sciences
The collection consists of a few newspaper clippings and articles by and on Viljhalmur Stefansson, his experiences with arctic explorations, and the Stefansson Collection at Dartmouth College Library. The writings by Stefansson are, “What Do You Know That Isn’t So?” and “Food and Food Habits In Alaska and Northern Canada”.