Found in 94 Collections and/or Records:
The bulk of the Gwynne Abbott Papers consist of poems written by Abbott, some of them published. Included are not only finished works, but early and annotated drafts. Also included are notes for ideas, submissions for publication, drafts of short stories and plays, and general correspondence. The documents cover the entirety of Abbott's life.
The Thornton Wilder collection consists of material created by Wilder during his time at Lawrenceville and material about Wilder that was created posthumously. Notable documents include correspondence with Head Master Abbott, various school administrators, and the Wilder family, an article Wilder wrote about The Lawrenceville School, and pages from an Our Town manuscript that he donated to the school.
The Admissions Office Records include documents related to the admissions process such as catalogs, entrance requirements, and financial aid information. The bulk of what is included is printed material intended for promotional purposes. Documents included with this collection date the 1830s to present day but the bulk are from the 20th century.
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.
The Alumni Files Collection consists of files on Lawrenceville School alumni compiled by the Stephan Archives. The files include correspondence to and from students and alumni, newspaper clippings and other materials documenting the careers of alumni, published writings of alumni, school work such as essays and tests, reminiscences, and school documents such as report cards.
The Anniversaries Collection includes documents created around school anniversary celebrations. Documents include planning correspondence, pamphlets and programs outlining festivity details, invitations, school publications, transcripts of addresses and speeches, and newspaper clippings.
The Isaac Van Arsdale Brown Papers include receipts for materials for the school and personal use and several pieces of correspondence pertaining to school business. Also included is correspondence between the Brown family and The Lawrenceville School which includes biographical information and references to Isaac V. Brown's legacy.
The Josiah Bunting Papers consist of the documents relating to persoanl life of Josiah Bunting. Included are letters, notes, and correspondence, clippings, and personal writings. Documents relating to Josiah Bunting's position as Lawrenceville School's Headmaster can be found in DC115 Office of the Headmaster Collection.
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 college admissions materials, scattergrams of test scores, and subject files ranging in topic from matriculation lists to information on specific higher education institutions. Materials range in date from 1919 to 2014 with the bulk of items dating to the 1960s and 1970s.
The Communications Department records consist of the public relations files of communications directors, school press releases, clippings off-campus newspapers, and other documents pertaining to the Communications Department collected by the Archives.
The bulk of the Robert Dechert Collection consists of letters to Dechert's parents in which he describes his experiences at The Lawrenceville School. Some letters from Head Master McPherson are combined with the letters from Dechert to his parents. Also included are essays and student work, notebooks, event and sport programs, and term reports. The bulk of the material dates from Dechert's fifth form year.
This collection contains items collected by Thomas L Hartshorn, and his father C. Burton Hartshorn during Thomas’ time at Lawrenceville School 1945-1949. A large part of the collection are Fundraising items sent to C. Burton Hartshorn soliciting funds for the Campus Development Fund as well as the Fathers Association. Also included are items relating to Thomas L. Hartshorn such as his Numerals Award Certificate, newpaper clippings, and event programs.
This scrapbook follows the academic records of Henry S.M. Uhl from 1927-1943. It includes materials from the Wilkes-Barre Academy, the Lawrenceville School, and Princeton University. These include academic report cards, housemaster reports, and correspondences.
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.
While the Albert Raymond Evans Papers contain information covering the years 1882-1971, most of the documents date from the Head Master Heely years through through his death in 1972. The Evans papers include his business correspondence and notes on management; school financial records and statistics; records regarding the trustees, faculty, alumni; and various phases of the school's academic and social life.
The Faculty Files Collection consists of files on Lawrenceville School faculty and staff compiled by the Stephan Archives. Collected from a variety of sources The Faculty files include correspondence, published writings of faculty, newspaper clippings and other materials documenting the careers of faculty.
The bulk of the Green Family Collection consists of biographical material pertaining to John Cleve Green, Henry Woodhull Green and other members of the Green family. Documents include biographical sketches, family trees, and a small amount of correspondence and business papers as John Cleve Green. Also include are a small amount personal affects of Helen Wood Green, daughter of Henry Woodhull Green.