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Trinity School publications are a vital part of the archive. Students have produced newspapers, journals, magazines, and yearbooks, all of which feature advertisements.
At Trinity School, advertising revenue helped cover printing costs from the time of its earliest publications until the middle of the 1980's.
Selected from the Trinity School Archive collections, the ads in this exhibit, on display in the lobby and online, highlight some of the businesses, services, products and values that connected Trinity students and their publications to the world around them.
With the approaching release of the 2014 Bruner, we thought the time was ripe for a brief survey of the evolution of Trinity's annual. With this exhibit we show changes in name, presentation, format and content and we share our favorite editions of the Trinity yearbook.
2014 marks the centennial of World War I. This occasion inspired Trinity's Archivists to consider how the Great War is represented in materials housed in Trinity's Archives.
Over 200 Trinity alumni and faculty served during the War. A look back 100 years into the Archives reveals pieces of the lives of some of those men. This exhibit seeks to honor devotion to country and cause by profiling students, faculty, and some of the war efforts put forth by the school.
The Performing Arts Department of Trinity School hosts an annual Cabaret featuring the music of a specific period, genre, or artist. 1968 In Concert featured the music of Sly & the Family Stone, The Beatles, Ohio Express, The Jimi Hendrix Experience, The Rolling Stones, The Mamas and the Papas, Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell, Diana Ross & The Supremes, Janis Joplin, Otis Redding, and many more.
The Archives collaborated with Performing Arts to stage the social and political reactions and expressions from Trinity students in 1968.
Trinity School Archives documents over a century of published student work that inspired conversation, awareness, and personal growth. 120 Years of Print Culture at Trinity School features Arts & Literature, School-Wide Newspapers, and publications focused on Trinity and its Wider Community. The exhibit illustrates the evolution and enduring strength of Trinity students' expression in print.
Inspired by the current strategic plan to continue creating an environment conducive to current and future needs of its families, faculty and staff, Trinity School's buildings and facilities are featured here.
These documents, artifacts, and photographs from the School's Archive illuminate Trinity's evolving learning commons- indoors and out- that will continue to challenge the minds, fire the imaginations, and train the bodies of its community.
The exhibit features thumbnail images which link to full size images, creators, and dates.