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Thumbnail   This photo of Edith Pell and her children was taken in the late 1930s. Seated on her lap is daughter Lili, son, Stuyve and oldest child Missy is on the right.
Thumbnail   This is one of many drawings from a collection of Walden Pell's drawings that were so generously given to the School by his daughter Lili. This drawing/cartoon does not bear a date but several of them are dated 1915. We do know that he sketched these during his teen years.
Thumbnail   Lili Pell Whitmer writes: "A nostalgic look at Noxontown Pond's Ice Age ie, pre global warming. Missy, age 14, strikes a glam pose with her good friends from the class of '45. They are L-R rear: Dick Patch, Dodge McFall, Sandy Beard, front: Gattie Jones, Charlie Welling, Miss Melissa, John Cook. How I wish I had a photo of my mother (Edith Pell) doing figure 8's all over the place." Lili is the yo...
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Thumbnail   On the evening of June 29, 1957, Walden Pell reflects on his time as St. Andrew's first headmaster.
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Thumbnail   This commencement address was given by Reverend Walden Pell II to the Class of 1942.
Thumbnail   These remarks by the first Headmaster, Walden Pell II, at the first commencement exercises held at St. Andrew's School on June 9, 1934.
Thumbnail   This report from the Headmaster details the third year of the School's operation. The planting program and the Farm are discussed along with the policy of protecting all wildlife. College Board results, scholastic evaluations and achievement tests are mentioned. Discussion of a library for the students and usage of the Headmaster's Study. Extracurricular activities were addressed such as, The Sci...
Thumbnail   The second report given to the Board of Trustees on the state of the School by Walden Pell, II. Contains details on the student body (including the boys' health, illnesses, weight gains), the faculty and staff (including marriages and births), improvements to land and campus, the state of the pond, the curriculum, plays, Chapel services, pageants, trips, dances, sports, free time, weather.
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