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The Pingry Archives

The Pingry School Archives collects, preserves, describes, exhibits, and makes available to faculty, staff, alumni, and students materials related to the history and activities of the Pingry School.

Through these documents, photographs, records, and other materials, the Pingry School Archives strives to promote an understanding of and appreciation for the history of The Pingry School.

Pingry Review Publications

The Pingry Archives by the Numbers

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Digital and traditional photographs



Issues of Pingry publications, including the Bluebook, Record, Review and more

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Athletics awards, trophies, cups, bowls, and plaques



Hours of digitized film and audio

A Glimpse into the Archives

The Pingry School Archives offers no end of collections for the use of our community, from traditional archival holdings to digital materials.

William Frederick "Bull" Halsey Jr. '00 was a fleet admiral in the United States Navy during World War II, and one of Pingry's most renowned alumni.

Pingry's tradition in the dramatic arts stretches back to the school's earliest days. The Pingry Archivers houses a collection of more than 100 historical play and musical programs.

The Pingry Archives includes examples of programs from the past 135 years that indicate how the storied event has changed over the years.

The state-of-the-art Athletics Hall of Fame sets the tone of excellence in Pingry athletics, and is certain to elicit pride and ambition in all of those associated with the School.