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Photos (269 results):

Thumbnail   1930 St. Andrew's School Football Team. If you can identify anyone in this photo, please let us know. Coaches of this team were John MacInnes and Granville Sherwood.
Thumbnail   1931 St. Andrew's School Football Team. Please let us know if you are able to identify any of the players in this photo. Coaches are Granville Sherwood and John MacInnes.
Thumbnail   1932 St. Andrew's School Baseball Team. If you are able to identify anyone in this photo, please let us know.
Thumbnail   1932 St. Andrew's School Tennis Team. If you are able to identify any of the players appearing in this photo with Coach Sherwood, please let us know.
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Recordings (28 results):

Thumbnail   The first segment of the account Bill Hearn '45 gave for the 2010 St. Andrew's Reunion Weekend Story Corps Project. He is speaking with his wife Peggie. In this segment, Bill relates how he came to arrive at the School, entering as a senior upon his mother's orders, along with her demand that he pay half the tuition.
Thumbnail   The second segment of the account Bill Hearn '45 gave for the 2010 St. Andrew's Reunion Weekend Story Corps Project. He is speaking with his wife Peggie. In this segment, Bill tells how his enlisted Air Corps brother came to toss out a carton of Chesterfield cigarettes to Bill while buzzing the School and Noxontown Pond in a P47 fighter plane.
Thumbnail   The third segment of the account Bill Hearn '45 gave for the 2010 St. Andrew's Reunion Weekend Story Corps Project. He is speaking with his wife Peggie. Bill relates how smoking was a big part of a student's life during his time at the School, from the bicycle trips to buy a single pack to rolling one's own in the Common Room.
Thumbnail   The final segment of the account Bill Hearn '45 gave for the 2010 St. Andrew's Reunion Weekend Story Corps Project. He is speaking with his wife Peggie. Bill recounts his entering the Navy upon graduation and his time of service during the last months of World War II.
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Documents (12 results):

Thumbnail   Paper presented by Judge Arthur G. Powell as an introduction to Margaret Mitchell's presence before The Ten Club. Donated by Arthur P. Laws '45, Judge Powell's grandson.
Thumbnail   This collection, published in 1993 represents hours of study as part of the course, Art in Biology. This course is designed to improve the power of observation; to promote further awareness and appreciation of the natural world and ability as artists. Art teacher Peter Brooke and Bio teacher Peter McLean along with their students made this body of work publishable. The following students put much ...
Thumbnail   Art in Biology is a course offering that trains students to make detailed and accurate visual descriptions from the five kingdoms of life in both the field and laboratory. Drawings are collected into publishable work representing natural life as found around St. Andrew's School. These cards from the school year 1994 - 1995 represent the work of the students of Biology Teacher Peter McLean and Art...
Thumbnail   Art in Biology is a course designed to improve the students' power of observation and to promote further awareness and appreciation of the natural world and ability as artists. Much of class time is spent outdoors, walking trails around Noxontown Pond and exploring its recesses from the bio barge. Art Teacher John McGiff and Biology Teacher Peter McLean along with Kaitlin Bear '01, Kim Cortes '01,...
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Video Clips (1 results):

Thumbnail   As we celebrate our present and future, we are also looking back to remember the core values that made and continue to make St. Andrew’s strong. Filmmaker Tim Wainwright ’83 sat down with several alumni and parents spanning the full history of the School. Here are some excerpts of his conversation with the School’s oldest living alum, Frank Hawkins ’35.
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