Visiting Poet and Translator Ewa Chrusciel

By - Library Web Services / Archives Assistant May 10th, 2017

Visiting poet and translator Ewa Chrusciel gave a delightful presentation in Ohrstrom Library’s Fine Arts Room to Ms. Jone’s Creative Writing class this morning, discussing the subtleties of language and the challenges of translating poetry. #ohrstromlibrary #ewachrusciel #poet #translator #visitingauthor #creativewriting #fineartsroom #translation #iamsps #humanities

Visiting poet and translator Ewa Chrusciel gave a delightful presentation in Ohrstrom Library’s Fine Arts Room to Ms. Jones’ Creative Writing class this morning, discussing the subtleties of language and the challenges of translating poetry.

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Our Shelves are Talking!

By - Library Web Services / Archives Assistant May 9th, 2017

Our shelves are talking! Look for our many new shelf talkers throughout the library for book recommendations by Ohrstrom Library staff and Prefects. #ohrstromlibrary #bookrecommendation #recommendations #neilgaiman #kenfollett #susannaclarke #goscinnyandsempe #shelftalker #shelfie #goodbooks

 

Look for our many new shelf talkers throughout the library for book recommendations by Ohrstrom Library staff and Prefects.

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William Dwight Chandler, Form of 1880

By - Library Web Services / Archives Assistant May 4th, 2017

Here is a cabinet card portrait of William Dwight Chandler, a St. Paul’s School student from 1875-1881, for #throwbackthursday . A few years after graduating he became the publisher of the Concord Monitor and later in life was the Postmaster of Concord, NH. He is shown here with his high wheel bicycle – a very popular item at SPS during that time. #ohrstromlibrary #ohrstromlibrarydigitalarchives #spshistory #iamsps #throwback #tbt #pennyfarthing #highweel #bicycle #highwheelbicycle #williamdwightchandler #formof1880 #concordnh #concord #concordmonitor @concordmonitor #postmaster #cabinetcard #kimballstudio

Here is a cabinet card portrait of William Dwight Chandler, St. Paul’s School student from 1875-1881, for Throwback Thursday. A few years after graduating he became the publisher of the Concord Monitor and later in life was the Postmaster of Concord, NH. He is shown here with his high wheel bicycle – a very popular item at SPS during that time.

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Prefect Picks!

By - Library Web Services / Archives Assistant May 3rd, 2017

Our Library Prefects selected some of their favorite books for a new display in the lower level of Ohrstrom Library. Have a browse and check something out today! #ohrstromlibrary #bookdisplay #prefect #libraryprefect #favoritebook #iamsps

 

Our Library Prefects selected some of their favorite books for a new display in the lower level of Ohrstrom Library. Have a browse and check something out today!

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A Lovely Evening for a Poetry Slam

By - Library Web Services / Archives Assistant May 2nd, 2017

The poetry slam was a success – it was a beautiful evening on the terrace full of poetry, stories and songs – with back up vocals by resident warblers and frogs. #ohrstromlibrary #poetryslam #poetry #poems #stories #songs #warblers #frogs #lowerschoolpond #terrace #sunset #iamsps

 

The poetry slam was a success – it was a beautiful evening on the terrace full of poetry, stories and songs – with back up vocals by resident warblers and frogs.
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