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Report of the Headmaster to the Board of Trustees / 1950 - 1951

1951
Document
Excerpts from the Report given to the Board of Trustees on the state of the School by Walden Pell II.

Rev. Pell opens his report comparing the School to a ship riding the seas of world events, buffeted, notably in this year, by the Korean War...

Report of the Headmaster to the Board of Trustees / 1947 - 1948

1948
Document
Alternate title: Excerpts from the Report of the Headmasteer to the Board of Trustees, 1947-48

This report opens with recounting the death of Founder Alexis Felix duPont on June 29, and with the Resolution of the Faculty to reaffirm their commitm..

Report of the Headmaster to the Board of Trustees / 1941

1941
Document
A report in two parts.

Part 1: June 16, 1941
Reports on faculty in military, faculty changes, faculty deaths (Mr. Hall and Captain Williams). Alumni news, buildings and grounds report. Flag additions to the Chapel, new tennis court surfaces...

Report of the Headmaster to the Board of Trustees / 1939

1939
Document
Report given by Walden Pell II to the Board of Trustees on the state of the School after it's ninth year.

Details include: building Sixth Form leadership; disciplinary system overhaul discussions started; student Charles Turner '40 who died in an ..

Report of the Headmaster to the Board of Trustees / 1936

1936
Document
The fourth report given to the Board of Trustees on the state of the School by Walden Pell II, at the end of the School's sixth year.

Enrollment at 85 boys; tuition system in place. SAS graduates doing well in college...

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