The Rev. Mr. Conover

 

In this photograph a man identified as “Mr Conover” is shown riding a horse along Rectory Road.  He is the Rev. James Potter Conover, Form of 1876 and faculty member from 1882-1915. Behind him is the infirmary, and behind the infirmary the School can be seen.

Arthur Stanwood Pier, in his book, St. Paul’s School 1855-1934, described him this way:

The Rev. James P. Conover , a graduate of the school, was of medium height, compact yet lithe and wiry, an athlete of great strength, quickness, and versatility.  In his early years as a master he could outjump and outrun any boy in the school.

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Hastings, Theodore Mitchell. 1890. "The Rev. Mr. Conover." St. Paul's School. Ohrstrom Library Digital Archives. Web. 27 Apr. 2017.



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