Classifieds

Listings for September/October 2017

Real Estate

ROGER CLARKSON REALTORS—For the professional service your real estate investment deserves. 38 S Main St., Hanover, NH. (603) 643-6004; roger@rogerclarkson.com. Roger Clarkson ’75.

For Rent

UMBRIA, ITALY: Luxuriously restored medieval tower with addition. Historic charm, all modern comforts: chef’s kitchen, a/c, Wi-Fi, lap pool, outdoor kitchen/pizza oven, gym. 3 large, en-suite bedrooms, possible 4th (4 ½ baths). Nestled in olive grove near Spoleto, with gorgeous views. agillenson@gmail.com.

FRANCE, PARIS-MARAIS. Exquisite, sunny, quiet one-bedroom apartment behind Place des Vosges. King-size bed, living/dining room, six chairs, full kitchen, washer, dryer, weekly maid service, Wi-Fi. $1,350 weekly; max@gwu.edu.

Paris 7th: Fifth floor, elevator, quiet. Studio sleeps 3. Balcony. View Eiffel Tower. (207) 752-0285: www.parisgrenelle.com.

PARIS, ILE SAINT-LOUIS: Elegant, spacious top floor skylighted apartment, gorgeous view overlooking Seine, 2 bedrooms sleep 4, 2 baths, elevator, well-appointed, full kitchen, Wi-Fi. (678) 232-8444 or triff@mindspring.com.

PROVENCE. Delightful five-bedroom stone farmhouse, facing Roman theater. Pool, vineyard. (860) 672-6608, www.frenchfarmhouse.com.

LUXURY TUSCAN VILLA. Set high in the Chianti countryside, this exquisite, recently restored villa has 8 bedrooms and 8.5 bathrooms. Perfect for large families or groups of friends, the beautiful vistas, large pool and outdoor fireplace all make for the vacation of a lifetime. Private chef available. mahokeza@comcast.net or (860) 651-0010. D’82.

Medical Services

PRIVATE DUTY NURSING: 30 years’ experience. Geriatric, dementia, post-operative. New England through Southeastern U.S. Will travel seasonally. Long- or short-term assignments. Bondable. (850) 774-3661. 

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Portfolio

Alumni Books
New titles from Dartmouth writers (September/October 2017)
Candid Camera
Documentary filmmaker Lance Kramer ’06 tackles complex social issues through his Washington, D.C.–based production company.
The Computerization of Music

September 1987: Professor Jon Appleton explains how electronics have changed the music industry.

William W. Helman IV ’80
On his time as a trustee

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