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Dartmouth College Library Bulletin


ROBERT E. LANE was from 1955 to 1984 instructor of Russian, Latin, Greek, and Etymology at Phillips Academy. He has long been registered as a Dartmouth College Library guest borrower.

SOL LEVENSON has written previously for the Bulletin. His mural depicting Native American tribes and cultures is on display at Hanover's Norris Cotton Cancer Center; he is currently completing a second mural, on railroading, for the Center. Both murals are painted on removable boards and will accompany the Center when it moves to the new Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center campus.

EDWARD H. LYMAN wrote to us several months ago offering his article on the Senex globes. About himself he said: 'At the time Dartmouth bought the globes I had been practicing law for twenty years. A few years afterwards, I gave up my profession to become a full-time antique dealer and for another twenty years enjoyed my work until I recently retired. During all my time as an antique dealer, I never happened on a more historic purchase than your globes.' He lives in White Plains, New York.

KENNETH C. CRAMER is the College Archivist.

VIRGINIA L. CLOSE is a Humanities & Social Sciences Reference Bibliographer in Baker Library.


Issued by the Dartmouth College Libraries (Baker Library and associated libraries), Hanover, New Hampshire. Permission to reprint is hereby granted, but an indication of the source would be greatly appreciated. Correspondence may be addressed to the

Editor, Room 115, Baker Library
Published twice annually, November and April.
Editor Emerita: Virginia L. Close

Editors of the issue: Virginia L. Close and Lois A. Kreiger