Guide to the Papers of Andrew Wood, 1937 - 1942Manuscript MS-1102

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Series 1, Correspondence, 1939 -1942

Letters written home include Andrew Wood's involvement in the 1939 Winter Carnival and recreational skiing, as well as his membership in the Delta Tau Delta fraternity, Council on Student Organizations, Band, and Green Key. The letters also include Andrew's initial reaction to the attack on Pearl Harbor in December of 1941, and later, his application to the United States Navy and the Yale School of Law during the spring of his senior years.

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Series 2, Essay and photographs, 1937 - 1942

The senior research paper entitled "A More Perfect Union" was written as a result of Andrew Wood's independent study he conducted during his senior year at Dartmouth College for his topical major, Democratic Institutions. The essay is on the United States Constitution and the global political agenda of 1942. The essay received the Percival Wood Clement prize on May 29, 1942. Also contains photographs of Dartmouth, Wood, Winter Carnival and Outing Club events.

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