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Recognizing Dartmouth College From Early 1900s Photos

Take a look at these stunning photos from the early 1900s of Dartmouth College. Do you recognize any of the campus? Learn more about these photos from the Library of Congress.
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These great photos show Dartmouth College in the early 1900s. Do you recognize any of campus?

Dartmouth College Church [i.e. Church of Christ]

Source: Library of Congress

South from Bartlett Tower, Dartmouth Park, Hanover, N.H.

Source: Library of Congress

Rollins Chapel, Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H.

Source: Library of Congress

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