Found in 27 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains source photographs used in the Admissions Catalogue, issued annually. Some photographs were identified as appearing in issues of The Lawrentian and the Olla Podrida.
This folder contains individual photographs that appeared in the catalog.
This folder contains photographs divided into envelopes by the originating department with the following titles: Campus Scenes; Classroom; Kids doing things & Camp/Spring Festival; Kids posing faces; Graduation & Senior Staff; Sports & Ropes Course; and an untitled envelope. Based on markings on some of the photographs, it is possible some appeared in the The Lawrentian and Olla Podrida.
This scrapbook contains a large amount of photographs associated with the Lawrenceville School that portray students, athletic teams, and campus buildings. Handwritten correspondence, event programs and newspaper clippings associated with school athletics are included as well. Materials date between 1904-1908, with a majority from 1905. Additional materials include drawings, songs and a political poster.
Contains two copies of a 7 page typewritten letter from Norris to "Lawrenceville Friends". Norris updates recipients on Lawrenceville alumni.
This scrapbook contains academic and extracurricular materials from 1921-1922. Included are photographs of Hudson and athletic events, a Lawrenceville YMCA handbook, a term schedule, checks, and contact information on friends. Additional materials include a football program for the Lawrenceville v. Hill School match at New York Univerity, Hudson's election to The Lawrence editorial board, Periwig Club tickets, and academic term reports.
This scrapbook covers the activities of Hamill House residents from 1963-1964. A majority of materials are newspaper clippings from The Lawrence, covering athletic and club activities in which residents participated in. Additional materials include photographs on Hamill House renovations, athletic rosters, and a cover of the Lawrence documenting the assassination of President John. F. Kennedy and a memorial service held on campus.
This scrapbook contains numerous Lawrenceville event programs, newspaper clippings, school reports, and photographs from 1900-1902. Many of these materials focus on Lawrenceville athletics, buildings, and academics. School notes and practice materials are included, as well as logistical documents concerning room and board and academic performance.
This scrapbook primarily includes materials from Soper's time at the Lawnreceville School from 1904-1905, and his time at Yale University in 1908. Occasional documents date to 1903. Lawrenceville magazines, songbooks, newspaper article clippings and photographs are present, as well as miscellaneous event programs. Yale documents are primarily newspaper clippings and a class record booklet. Additional material consists of theater programs, tickets, and a magazine feature on car racing.
This scrapbook contains a variety of documents relating to Kenneth W. Dick's time attending the Lawrenceville School from 1900-1903. Included are theater tickets, checks, permits, handwritten, typed and telegraphed correspondence, and photographs of students and residence houses. Additional materials include a Lawrenceville School register, a 1900-1901 Lawrenceville handbook, and library rules.
This series consists of press releases written by the Communications Department for news outlets, school publications, and the school website.
This scrapbook primarily highlights student council and athletic events at the Lawrenceville School from 1937-1942. Materials include many newspaper clippings and photographs. Occasional newspaper clippings cover the outbreak of World War II and the school's reaction. Additional documents include a track & field certificate, a Periwig Club performance program, portraits of headmaster Allan V. Heely and his wife, and a Sunday service commencement program.
This scrapbook primarily contains photographs and event programs from 1902-1909 that cover life at the Lawrenceville School and Princeton University. These materials often relate to student athletic events, logistical records, and theaterical and musical performances. Also included are occasional handwritten notes, newspaper clippings, various cigarette brand covers, a Lawrenceville honor code program, and a Princeton University 1906 reunion pin.