Found in 43 Collections and/or Records:
All materials within this scrapbook are typed and handwritten correspondence from 1927. These regard the many outcries to Abbott's initial resignation decision as headmaster, which he receded, from alumni and parents of students. Additional documents included signed loyalty pledges to Abbott from residence houses.
This scrapbook consists of handwritten, typed and telegraphed correspondence addressed to Abbott from 1926-1927. Many relate to Abbott's resignation attempt, as well as general parent communications and RSVPs. Correspondences within the Lawrenceville School Father's Association and newspaper article clippings are included as well. An outlying letter from 1923 discusses repercussions of drinking at the Lawrenceville School.
signed House loyalty pledges
This scrapbook primarily contains athletic oriented materials of the Lawrenceville School from 1906-1909. These include game programs, scores, newspaper clippings and photographs. Handwritten and telegraphed correspondence, sheetmusic, address books, and Lawrenceville programs are included as well. Additionaly materials include academic reports,tickets, and permits.
This collection consists of a photograph of a formal Alumni Association dinner at Delmonicos in New York City. The image dates to 1916, and was reprinted in the 1980 Olla Podrida yearbook.
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 scrapbook contains materials chronicling Harold B. Erdman's academic and extracurricular life at the Lawrenceville School from 1939-1940. A majority of records are newspaper clippings that relate to his involvement at The Lawrence, Olla Podrida, and sports coverage at the school. Other materials present include a list of class ranking, headmaster announcements, regulations for permits, match boxes, felt badges, a pin, and tickets to social events.
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 collection contains materials pertaining to Ken Keuffel and his first retirement as a football coach at The Lawrenceville School. It primarily includes correspondence from 1989 from former football players. These records are made up of thank you notes and overviews of his career.
This scrapbook is the first section of the James C. Mackenzie scrapbook, containing materials from 1884-1893 from the Lawrenceville School. Many documents are programs for lectures concerts, and other events, and many blank administrative forms and reports are present as well. Additional materials include sheet music, invitiations, newspaper clppings, school regulations, an anti-federalist poster, and documents pertaining to The Harrow School and Eton College in England.
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.
Materials found in this scrapbook almost exclusively date from 1915-1919, with outlying printed publications and photographs from 1926, 1921, and 1959. It primarily focuses on newspaper clippings, correspondences, and personal photographs of students at the Lawrenceville School, with a focus on athletics. Additional documents include a 1918 class ode, O'Brien's class speech, a felt military badge, and a postcard sent from FO'Brien during his WWI service.
This scrapbook contains materials from 1899 to 1901 and pertain to Henry S. Phillips' attendance at Lowville Academy, Cascadilla School, and the Lawrenceville School. Telegraph correspondences, various business logos, newspaper clippings, receipts, doxologies, and cigarette containers are included. Materials specifically related to the Lawrenceville School include recital and football game programs, permits, report cards, photographs, and literary magazines.
Leaflets of this scrapbook comprise of newspaper clippings, event programs, handwritten correspondence and issues of The Lawrence from 1894-1896. A 1920 postmark is included as well. Most of the materials are in English, but there are forms and postmarks in German and Dutch too. Additional materials include a baseball poster, telegraph, and name cards.
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.