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newspapers

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

The Lawrence Collection

 Collection
Identifier: DC055
Scope and Contents The Lawrence Collection consists of a near-complete run of unbound school newspapers. Larger gaps appear in the 19th century portion of the run. The Lawrence features many of the typical features and sections of a traditional newspaper. The typical size of most editions is four pages though several larger editions that mark important events are printed at various points during school year.

Notable papers include the June 11, 1910 edition commemorating ...

Lawrenceville School Newspaper Clippings Collection

 Collection
Identifier: DC087
Scope and Contents The Lawrenceville School Newspaper Clippings Collection consists of Lawrenceville School-related news from local and national newspapers. Clippings include news on prominent alumni, events on campus, building projects on campus, and student athletics. Clippings of note include early advertisements for the school that predate the 1880s reorganization and name change. Also included are several magazine articles from national publications.

Collection of Lower School Material

 Collection
Identifier: DC010
Scope and Contents The bulk of the Collection of Lower School Material consists of published material created for and by the students of the lower houses including the building newspaper entitled The Recorder and the Lower School Yearbook. The bulk of the material dates from the time period when the Lower School was housed in the building known as "Old Lower."

Publications Collection

 Collection
Identifier: DC028
Scope and Contents The Publications Collection was created by the Stephan Archives in an effort to collect many of the shorter-run student publications of The Lawrenceville School. The bulk of these publications are student generated and feature student writing. The publications included in the collection are predominately from the late-20th century though some miscellany from the School's longest running publication (The Lawrence, Olla Podrida, ...