Coming to campus on Alumni Weekend, May 2-4, 2013? Check out what is going on in the Stephan Archives as part of your visit!
Life in Old Lower
Due to popular demand, the Life in Old Lower exhibit, first displayed during Alumni Weekend 2011, will be on display again in the Bunn Library for Alumni Weekend 2013 and continuing through Memorial Day (May 27.) The exhibit features a life-size reconstructed Old Lower cubicle, decorated as it would have been in 1965. Located in the Main Lobby of the Bunn Library.
Now You’re Cooking!: The History of Dining at Lawrenceville
The Stephan Archives are celebrating nearly two centuries of culinary excellence in “Now You’re Cooking! The History of Dining at Lawrenceville,” currently on display in the Stephan Archives reading room during regular library hours. Nearly 50 items will be on exhibit, including a century-old Tiffany & Co. tea set, locally produced china, a colonial-era glass bottle, and even a recently retired plastic cafeteria tray. Foodies will be especially fascinated by the Calliopean Society banquet menus, which date back to 1893 and feature such delights as terrapin soup, frozen nesselrode pudding, and consommé pritaniere. Through October 2013.
Celebrating 25 Years of Coeducation at Lawrenceville
A visual timeline of the history of women on Lawrenceville’s campus before and after coeducation, Lawrenceville female “firsts,” and the story of the historic 1985 decision to accept female students. Located in the display cases in the Main Lobby and on the second floor of the Bunn Library, through July 1.
School Presidents of the Major Reunion Years
In the Hutchins Gallery, Gruss Center of Visual Arts
“From His Friend – Abraham Lincoln”
An exhibit of the School’s collection of Lincolnalia, including a lock of Abraham Lincoln’s hair in a mourning locket, a copy of the Lincoln-Douglas Debates, and other memorabilia from the family of Lucy Harmon McPherson, wife of Lawrenceville Head Master Simon J. McPherson. Only available through Alumni Weekend.
Archives Open House
An opportunity to see the new archives storage and exhibit spaces will take place on Saturday, May 4, from 2- 4 p.m. While visiting the renovated space, check out our demo of the newly digitized historical Lawrence at digitalarchives.lawrenceville.org.