High school student newspapers and periodicals
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
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 contains photographs and newspaper clippings that chronicle the Lawrenceville swim team's 1948-1949 season. Additional materials include a handwritten announcement on swim meet results and a newspaper clipping announcing Schonheiter's engagement.
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.
The Lit Collection includes a large run of both bound and unbound editions of The Lawrenceville School's literary magazine. The bound collection is the more complete of the two runs through 1961. The bulk of the collection past 1961 is unbound.
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."
The Clubs Collection was created by the Stephen archives to house items related to student-run clubs. The collection includes documents related to student clubs including posters, membership lists, programs, and correspondence.
The Gerrish Thurber Papers consist largely of correspondence created during Thurber's tenure as librarian and reflect the day-to-day activities conducted during the course of library business. Items of note include correspondence between Thurber and librarians from other secondary schools and colleges and universities. Also included are materials documenting the history of major gifts to library and the John Dixon Library building.