This summer, The Pingry School unveiled two new displays. The first, located just inside the main clock tower entrance, welcomes students, staff, and visitors to the school and highlights the school’s Honor Code. The second, larger display is situated inside the arts entrance and celebrates the school's Achievement in the Arts Award.
Not surprisingly, over the course of more than 150 years of Pingry history, the School has amassed some fascinating artifacts. From antique printing blocks to Dr. Pingry’s handwritten documents to school catalogues from the 1800s, they live in the Pingry School Archives.
Each month, we take pleasure in showcasing some of the more compelling items here, and "flashing back" to a bit of Pingry history. So, come on in and join us in a "virtual" visit to The Pingry School Archives.
During this summer’s reorganization of the technology department, a number of interesting artifacts from Pingry's early internet days were unearthed. One of those, tucked away in a long-forgotten box, was a 1997 mouse pad celebrating an early version of the Pingry School website.
The Pingry School Archives not only collects artifacts from the school’s long and storied history but is also charged with gathering materials from the school’s current events, such as the year's Spring Intensives program...
The Pingry School Archives recently received a treasured artifact from the past: an 1872 letter penned by the school's founder himself, Dr. John Pingry.
The start of every spring brings with it the start of the baseball season, and this spring alum Scott Russell ‘76 donated an important piece of the school’s baseball history to The Pingry School Archives.
The Pingry School Archives recently granted permission to Baltusrol Golf Club in New Jersey to use an image of Pingry Hall-of-Famer and 3-time BSG champion (1914-1916) Max Marston '11.
To coincide with the school's Black History Month celebration from this past week, we thought it apropos to highlight Pingry alum Robert Fullilove '62, our February 2023 Pingry People through the Years spotlight.
On the day of Pingry's yearly Experiential Education Assembly, here is a look back at an incredible 1988 trip to China.
A new addition to Pingry's collection of historical china and tableware.
Earlier this month, the archives received 143 VHS recordings of historical Pingry football games!
While the Pingry Archives counts more than 25,000 pages of the student newspaper The Pingry Record among its holdings, there has always been a curious hole in the collection: the entire 1933-1934 school year.
The display cases in the Miller A. Bugliari '52 Athletics Center are, once again, able to showcase three seasons' worth of sports action.
We share several photos of Pingry's four alumni to ascend to the top spot.
Dr. Pingry signed these himself!
It was Muse in 1961, but has been Calliope for over 40 years . . . take a look at the first issue.