18m 27s; black and white, no sound.
A series of short segments shows well-known personalities around Dartmouth.
17m 40s; black and white, no sound.
A series of short segments shows well-known personalities and numerous coaches at
12m 30s; black and white, no sound.
This film depicts life at Dartmouth in the winter, including hiking, snowball fighting,
boxing, and more.
10m 30s; color, no sound.
This film records scenes and activities of the 1938 Winter Carnival at Dartmouth College.
12m 51s; black and white, no sound.
Silent, titled footage of winter life at Dartmouth College, filmed in the late 1930s.
35m 35s; black and white, sound.
After summarizing earlier games in the 1940 Dartmouth football season, the film covers
the Big Green vs. Cornell in Hanover, N.H. on Nov. 16, 1940.
11m 00s; color, black and white, no sound.
This film highlights some events and scenes from the 1941 Winter Carnival and other
events at Dartmouth College.
11m 01s (Semis); 8m 31s (Finals disk #2); 11m 31s (Finals disk #3); black and white,
Footage from the 1944 NCAA Tournament, including the Dartmouth victory in the final
against Ohio State.
20m 32s; color, sound.
A student-produced compilation of color motion picture films concerning Dartmouth
and the life of its students during and immediately after World War II.
20m 18s; color, sound.
This film shows the various activities in preparation for the 1947-48 academic year
at Dartmouth College. Included are scenes of the Dartmouth Outing Club Freshman trip,
convocation, class lectures, and more.
22m 00s; color, no sound.
This film combines footage from 1947 and 1948 showing members of the Dartmouth Outing
Club and other students preparing for Dartmouth Winter Carnival, including a detailed
depiction of construction of ice sculptures.
10m 39s; color, sound.
This promotional film for Dartmouth College emphasizes Dartmouth Outing Club (DOC)
events, such as Freshman Trips and Woodsmen's Weekend, and activities such as hiking,
skiing, canoeing, fishing, and mountaineering.
19m 52s; color, sound.
This color promotional film for potential applicants to Dartmouth College follows
a fictional freshman, "Peter," through his first days on campus and around Hanover.
38m 52s; black and white, sound.
This is the story of President Eisenhower's trip to the Dartmouth campus on Saturday
June 13, 1953, to receive an honorary degree of Doctor of Laws and give the Commencement
30m 02s; black and white, sound.
This film includes clips of the 1955 Dartmouth football season, and introduces team
members and the new coaching staff.
8m 03s; black and white, sound.
This film provides the background and history of the event, and depicts the transition
from regular academic life to Winter Carnival festivities and back again.
This short excerpt from the 1950s film "Dartmouth Visited," about a prospective student's
to Dartmouth College, features a tour of the Baker Library. See Library Catalog entry.
Narrated promotional video; 1956; 37m 29s; color, sound.
This color promotional 1950s’ film for potential applicants to Dartmouth College follows
a fictional applicant, "Bert," through an admissions interview, classes, lectures,
and student activities.
33m 31s; color, sound.
This film contains biographical information on artist Paul Sample. Sample demonstrates
and discusses his approach to painting, and as artist in residence at Dartmouth College,
he speaks about and demonstrates the art of creating a painting called 'Mountain Farm.'
45m 47s; black and white, sound.
This film highlights Dartmouth's football season in 1960, edited to show as many possible
Dartmouth players as possible at their best in key plays.
23m 50s; color, sound.
The film tells the myth of Quetzalcoatl as depicted in "The Epic of American Civilization"
frescos painted by José Clemente Orozco in Baker Library, using camera techniques
and a dramatic score to make the murals come alive.
43m 46s; color, black and white, sound.
A compilation of clips of games from Dartmouth's 1966 football season.
45m 21s; color, black and white, sound.
A compilation of clips of games from Dartmouth's 1967 football season.
43m 11s; color, sound.
This film introduces the Dartmouth players and shows clips of games from the 1968
A selection of scenes taken during winter carnival events from the 1930s to the 1960s.
Winter Carnival dates back to 1911 and is the nation's oldest collegiate winter celebration.
20m 58s; color with black and white sequences, sound.
Short film clips, stills, and interviews are combined in a retrospective of Dartmouth's