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Jackson's response to John Scotford, Mar. 6, 1967

Jackson's response to John Scotford, Mar. 6, 1967
Memo from Dr. Raymond S. Jackson of Dick's House regarding a conference attended and his ensuing thoughts on the subject of physically handicapped students at Dartmouth. He declares adaptations to be worthy of advanced planning but notes he does not think students with disabilities can lead self-sufficient lives at Dartmouth.
Raymond S. Jackson
Date Created
Place of Publication
Hanover, NH
Citation Information
Jackson, Raymond. Memo to Mr. John R. Scotford, Jr., Mar. 6, 1967. Business Manager records, DA-617, Buildings—Alterations for the Handicapped, Rauner Special Collections Library.

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