Form Plaque: 1883


The following description was written by John Gregory Wiggins in the June 6, 1929 edition of the Horae Scholasticae:

This year the races at Long Pond were in six-oared shells, as shown above.  In the lower half of the coat of arms are the books from the Harvard shield, crossed cricket bats behind, recording a victory over that university in this field of sport.  The supports to the shield are a hard and a hound,  This is in memory of a 12-mile course which was run that year, a large proportion of the School taking part in the event.

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"Form Plaque: 1883." St. Paul's School. Ohrstrom Library Digital Archives. Web. 13 July 2024.