We are excited to announce that Dartmouth College, the fifth Ivy League school, has acquired Vanishing Cuba. What an honor! There are only three more to go!
Ive League Universities that have acquired the Vanishing Cuba book.
About the Dartmouth Library System
“We are excited to share with you the progress on our new Library Collections & Services Facility (LCSF). Library collections and resources are fundamental to the outstanding liberal arts education offered at Dartmouth. The Dartmouth Library supports the teaching, learning, and research of all disciplines, many of which will continue to rely on print and other physical materials. The Library currently stewards over 3.5 million volumes acquired since Dartmouth’s founding in 1769 as well as the physical records of the College. The new LCSF is a critical addition to the Library’s infrastructure that will ensure the long-term stewardship and care of our valuable collections and college records not only for the needs of our current academic community but for generations to come.”
– Susanne Mehrer, Dean of Libraries, Dartmouth College
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