A Lovely Evening for a Poetry Slam

By - Systems Librarian 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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Evening Light

By - Systems Librarian April 27th, 2017

Some wonderful warm spring light on the Lower School Pond side of Ohrstrom Library this evening.

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Winter in Millville

By - Systems Librarian December 12th, 2016

It is a very snowy day in Millville today. All the windows of Ohrstrom frame the perfect winter scene wherever you look. This view through the grand windows of Baker Reading Room looks out over recently frozen Lower School Pond. #ohrstromlibrary #bakerreadingroom #winter #snowfall #winterinmillville #librariesofinstagram #iglibraries #robertamsternarchitects #lowerschoolpond #iamsps #mackintosh

 

It is a very snowy day in Millville today. All the windows of Ohrstrom frame the perfect winter scene wherever you look. This view through the grand windows of Baker Reading Room looks out over recently frozen Lower School Pond.

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March 13, 1926

By - Systems Librarian February 27th, 2012

Seven in one:

February 27 has the distinction of being the only day in the recent history of St. Paul’s School and probably in all of its history, that has seen seven hockey games played in one rink in one day and each of these for a championship.

5th of April, 1920

By - Systems Librarian January 30th, 2012

Frozen feet:

The ice in the School Pond this year has averaged about thirty-six inches thick.  Under the S. P. S. rink, which is kept clear of snow, it must have been close to the record thickness of forty-six inches.

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