A Long Tradition

Silver Collection

Our museum began over 20 years ago with the acquisition of a fully functioning iron lung  –  still in the collection and still working.

Many items in the silver collection, such as teapots, candle holders and trays, were donated by graduating classes from the 1940s and 50s as gifts to the School. These are engraved with the class year and date. The 30 photographs show the variety of items in the collection. Selected pieces are proudly displayed at the lunch and attract a lot of interest. The collection is stored in tarnish proof bags and lovingly cared for and cleaned by the archives committee.

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Silver collection

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