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1. Adventures of Mr. Obadiah Oldbuck.

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The first comic book printed in the U.S.

 

2. American Military Pocket Atlas (1776)

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Being an approved collection of correct maps, both general and particular, of the British colonies; especially those which now are, or probably may be the theatre of war: Taken principally from the actual surveys and judicious observation of engineers de Brahm and Romans; Cook, Jackon, and Collet; Maj. Holland, and other officers, employed in his majesty's fleets and armies.

 

3. Arte Amandi, Ovid (43 BCE-17/18 CE).

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A color facsimile of a pre-1480 printed Italian book (an incunabulum), one of only two copies known in American libraries.

 

4. Beginnings of Dr. Seuss: An informal reminiscence.

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This volume contains Theodor Geisel’s own reflections on his early career— from high school through the publication in 1937 of And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street. The text is drawn from tape recordings made in 1975.

 

5. Chronicles of England. [The Brut Chronicle]. ca. 1425-1450.

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A legendary history of England. Medieval manuscript -- 121 leaves: parchment. Composed in Anglo-Norman sometime after 1272, then extended to 1333, and, finally, in about 1400 translated into English; includes second continuation, believed to have been written around 1430, that extends the account from 1377 to 1419.

 

6. Comoediae sex cum argumentis, 1462

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Manuscript written in Ferrara in a humanistic minuscule script, with readings and stage directions in red, and initials in red and blue. The first page of text has a "white-vine" border, an illuminated capital and a coat-or-arms supported by putti in gold and colors; six illuminated capitals throughout the text. Contemporary marginal commentaries, and notes indicating different readings. This manuscript, produced in 1462, is a copy of the plays of Terence, who lived in the second century BCE.

 

7. Correspondence of Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry, 1761-1865.

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Correspondence to, from, and concerning Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry (1785-1819), a United States naval commander famed for his victories in the War of 1812.

 

8. Dartmouth College Charter, 1769.

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Image and transcription of the charter for Dartmouth College, signed by Theodore Atkinson and John Wentworth on December 13, 1769.

 

9. Dartmouth College Photographic Files

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The Dartmouth College Photo Files are a diverse collection of approximately 80,000 photographs related to Dartmouth College, Hanover and the surrounding area. Images date from the early years of photography (ca. 1850s) to the present and include images of nearly all aspects of Dartmouth College life

 

10. Dartmouth Digital Collections: Films

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The Dartmouth College Library holds hundreds of hours of archival film, videocassette tape, and digital video from the 1920s to the present day, chronicling the Dartmouth Experience over the decades. These reels document our shared history: commencements, winter carnivals, drama productions, student gatherings, famous guest speakers, football games, life in Hanover, the Upper Valley community, and the professors, staff, and students who populate the Dartmouth campus

 

11. Dartmouth Digital Publishing: Books

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The Digital Publishing Program has a growing collection of books in electronic format, including novels and scholarly works. Our books can be downloaded directly from the library website.

 

12. Dartmouth Dissertations

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This collection includes doctoral dissertations written at Dartmouth College between 2000 and 2013. All are provided online with permission of the author.

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