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Newspaper Clippings

Sub-series consists of newspaper clippings about Appleby College and is divided into decades. It includes articles about Cadets, gymnastics, Sports Day, Closing Day, the Chapel, the death of Sir Edmund Walker - the co-founder of the school (oversized encapsulation), Track and Field, a fire at Appleby during the 1930's, the death of Samuel Clarke, the hanging of the new Canadian flag on campus, 55th anniversary of Appleby College, the retirement of Headmaster Dr. J.A.M. Bell, football, rugby, various guest speakers to the school.

Sub-series also includes an article by Wilder Breckenridge about what it was like at the school when it first opened in 1911; articles about the Diamond Jubilee celebrations and the building campaign including a new hospital and library; the introduction of girls from St. Mildred's Lightbourn School participating in the school plays at Appleby beginning in 1971; and what is like at a private school. There are articles about various school dramatic plays; swimming; squash teams; the suspension of a student for not following chapel protocol; 50 years of service for head chef Hilda Chattaway; student scholarships and graduating students attending MIT; accidents outside of the school on Lakeshore Road; the grand reopening of the renovated Colley House; Hockey; Cricket.

Sub-series also includes articles about the Black Mime Troupe; debating competitions; appointment to the Board of Governors; Walkathon; Duke of Edinburgh award winners; reunion of the Coronation Choir; the death of former headmaster Ned Larsen; guest speakers to campus include Sir. Edmund Hillary; McCraney House renovations; Appleby County Fair; The Soviet Union and nuclear weapons; Coronation stained glass window; Soccer; Nicholas Arts Centre; Raymond Massey Library; Independent Schools Music Festival 1988 program; choirs; Little Crooked Christmas Tree narrated by Christopher Plummer with music performed by Appleby students; forestry industry in Temagami; various trips around the world by Appleby students including Russia; advertising articles in various publications; articles about Appleby College education and history; Headmaster Guy McLean; articles about various alumni; Spanish exchange students; measles outbreak; fire at Lake Temagami; gala auctions; coeducation; field hockey; Round Square conference; visit by Prince Andrew; Inukshuk; laptops; flu outbreak; Relay for Life, Bathtub race; faculty awards and recognition; stained glass window by Inuit artist Ashevak Iggalaaq, named Where the Light Shines Through as well as advertising for Appleby College.

Sub-series consists of a scrapbook of newspaper clipping from the 1941 - 1942 school year and includes articles about: the Father Son Dinner; guest speaker series on democracy; guest speaker Lt. D'Arcy Sullivan, R.N., Rev. C. E. Riley, Bishop R.J. Renison, J.M. Macdonnell; confirmation service at John Bell Chapel; Christmas Social Dance; annual boxing event results; Dramatic club one-act plays; wedding at John Bell Chapel; award for Lieut. Peter Thompson; Women's Association annual meeting; Cadet inspection; Prizegiving Ceremony and Annual Sports Day; cricket results; Capt. L.G. Ostrom and Major C.R. Ostrom receive promotions during World War II.

Press releases

File consists of press releases and news releases about different events happening at Appleby College.

The 1979 - 1987 releases includes information about the hiring of Guy S. McLean as the Headmaster, school dramatic productions such as 'Tom Brown's Schooldays', Walkathon, resignation of Headmaster Alexis S. Troubetzkoy, Appleby clubs, Closing Cermonies and Prizegiving, official dedication of the Raymond Massey Library, school dramatic production 'Anything Goes', hosting Kindersley Composite School from Saskatchewan, debating tournament, guest speakers, Black Magic Mime Troupe, scholarship winners, hockey tournament, soccer tournament, Duke of Edinburgh Gold Winner, resignation of Headmaster Edward Reynolds Larsen, students attending M.I.T., school dramatic production 'Beggar's Opera', Terry Fox Marathon, dedication of renovated Colley House residence, Fall Fair, rugby championship winners, and the school production of 'H.M.S. Pinafore'.

1989 - 1992 releases include information on: World Public Speaking Championships, coeducation and female students at Appleby College, fire at Lake Temagami at the Northern Campus, first time hosting summer sports programs, Junior School Open House, various student accomplishments in academics and sport, Soviet student exchange, school dramatic productions Oliver!, Tom Brown's School Days and Grease, album release of Appleby choirs, art classes on offer, Walkathon, guest speakers at Appleby, Health Centre fundraising lottery, guest musicians performing at Appleby, and official opening of Health Centre.

The Sept. 1992 - Sept. 1994 releases include information about guest speakers at Appleby College, Athletic Therapy Centre, guest musicians performing at Appleby, new Commanding Officer of Cadet Corps, new Appleby Cookbook, and Christmas house tour.

The 1994 - 1996 releases include information about fundraising initiatives, congratulations to Donovan Bailey, Walkathon, guest speakers and musicians at Appleby, science conference, Appleby's 'Boneless Cats' jazz combo performances, and expanded Athletic Therapy Centre services.

The 1997 - 1998 releases include information about the Athletic Therapy Centre, Appleby students on local cable TV programme, high school athletics of the week, construction of new Powell's House residence, Walkathon, "Seatbelt Convincer" display, Digital arts show, Appleby Performing Arts production of How to Eat Like a Child, science fair, guest speakers to Appleby, Christmas House Tour, and laptop computer program at Appleby, and Camp Vista for underprivileged children.

The 2000 - 2005 releases include information about an open house, Spring Forward event, Fall In event, Iggalaaq stained glass window, and homecoming.