The Salisbury School Archives Collections serve as the final repository of records, photographs, publications, papers, and artifacts that document the history of the School. The Archives Collections include the papers of past Headmasters, records related to the Board of Trustees, an enormous assortment of school publications, tens of thousands of photographs and slides, oral history interviews, audio recordings, and rare film and video footage. It is the Archives Collections mission to preserve, catalogue, interpret the materials and make them available [where appropriate] to the school community and the wider public.
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Who, What, When, Where?
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A photographic scrapbook of the construction of Centennial Building in 2000-2001.
A look at the many previous homes of the Salisbury Library 1901-2001.
Some Math and Science teachers, classrooms and students before construction of Wachtmeister-Bates.
A look at the first expansion and conversion of North Dorm in the period 1908-1909.
A selection of photographs of Salisbury boys in the woods 1910 - 1985.
Looking back at some significant and some not-so-significant events in Salisbury history:
The arrival of the legendary coach John S. Myers revolutionizes football.
The first issue of "The Cupola" contained many items of interest and continues today.
A new director of residence sets the tone and more.
The Archives is actively seeking donations of materials related to the history of Salisbury School. Click here to see how you can help.