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    • "Bard's Folly"

    • Theater--New York (State)
    • Photograph identified as follows: "Bard's Folly." Written and produced by Harvey Fite in Orient Theater (1935), this is a skit about John Bard reluctantly giving his consent to having a college and enrolling the first student. Cast (from left to...
    • "Bill Rand and 'Bunch'"

    • Annandale-on-Hudson (N.Y.)--Bard College
    • A group of unidentified students prepare to sing accompanied by Bill Rand on the organ. This appears to be the organ in the Bard Chapel donated in 1934 by George Dudley Barr, '13.
    • "Bill Rand's Group at Organ"

    • Annandale-on-Hudson (N.Y.)--Bard College
    • Another view of Bill Rand playing the organ with a group of unidentified students preparing to sing. This appears to be the organ in the Bard Chapel donated in 1934 by George Dudley Barr, class of 1913.
    • "Castle at Torgau"

    • Torgau (Germany)--History--20th century; World War, 1939-1945--Art and the war
    • Watercolor painting of early-Renaissance Hartenstein castle in northwestern saxon city of Torgau with ruined bridge in foreground. During World War II, Torgau was the site of the meeting of American and Soviet troops on April 25th, 1945. Technical...
    • "Clearwater" fund-raising event in Nyack, NY

    • Parks; Festivals;
    • A crowd is listening to this unidentified singer during the first "Clearwater' sloop fund-raising festival to be held in Nyack. Memorial Park on the waterfront was the setting in August 1970. A large sign in the background proclaims, "This river is...
    • "Flame" at Opus 40

    • Sculpture, American--New York (State); Sculpture, American--20th century
    • Fite's sculpture "Flame" stood at the center of his sculptural landscape prior to Fite's decision to replace this with the enormous uncarved monolith which stands on the site today.
    • "Group Singing Bard's Alma Mater"

    • Annandale-on-Hudson (N.Y.)--Bard College
    • Richard "Dick" Sherman '49 left, leads a group in singing Bard's Alma Mater: "The Bard College Song," in Preston Hall. Richard Sherman wrote the words and music to this song. With his brother Robert (also a 1949 Bard graduate) he went on to write...
    • "Group Singing Bard's Alma Mater"

    • Annandale-on-Hudson (N.Y.)--Bard College
    • An unidentified group of male students sing "The Bard College Song" in the gymnasium while a female student accompanies them on the piano. Richard Sherman wrote the words and music to this song. With his brother Robert (also a 1949 Bard graduate)...
    • "Nothing But the Truth," a scene in Act I,  Pawling School, Pawling, New York, 1921

    • Clubs; Boarding schools; Celebrities; Education; People; Private schools; Schools; Students; Drama clubs; Actors; Theaters; Opera houses; Ballrooms; Dance floors; Student organizations
    • This is a photograph of a scene from Act I in the play "Nothing But the Truth" written by James Montgomery. On stage are six members of the eleven member cast. The play was performed by members of the Dramatic Club of Pawling School on Feb. 5,...
    • "Nothing But the Truth," a scene in Act II, Pawling School, Pawling, New York, 1921

    • Actors; Theatrical productions; Boarding schools; Celebrities; Drama Clubs; Opera houses; Ballrooms; Theaters; People; Private schools; Education; Schools; Clubs; Students; Student Organizations
    • This is a photograph of a scene from Act II in the play, "Nothing But the Truth," written by James Montgomery. In this scene all eleven cast members are on stage. The play was performed by members of the Dramatic Club of Pawling School on Feb. 5,...
    • "Nothing But the Truth," cast members, Pawling School, Pawling, New York, 1921

    • Clubs; Boarding schools; Celebrities; Education; People; Private schools; Schools; Students; Drama clubs; Theatrical productions; Actors; Student organizations
    • Six members of the eleven member cast of Pawling School's theatrical production, "Nothing But the Truth," are shown in this image. Performed on February 5, 1921, it was staged in Pawling at the Opera House and Ball Room, adjoining Dutcher House, a...
    • "Nothing But the Truth," cast members, Pawling School, Pawling, New York, 1921

    • Actors; Theatrical productions; Boarding schools; Celebrities; People; Private schools; Education; Schools; Clubs; Students; Drama clubs; Student organizations;
    • Five members of the eleven member cast and the director (Mr. John Nichols) of Pawling School's theatrical production, "Nothing But the Truth" are shown in this image. Henry Montgomery played the part of Mrs. Ralston and is pictured in the lower...
    • "Nothing But the Truth," cast members, Pawling School, Pawling, New York, 1921

    • Actors; Theatrical productions; Boarding schools; Celebrities; Education; Private schools; Schools; People; Clubs; Students; Drama clubs; Student organizations;
    • This is a photograph of members of the cast, most of whom are wearing three-piece suits. It was taken prior to performing in "Nothing But the Truth" a play by James Montgomery. It was presented on February 5, 1921 in the Opera House and Ball Room...
    • "Nothing But The Truth," playbill, Pawling School, Pawling, New York, 1921

    • Actors; Theatrical productions; Boarding schools; Celebrities; People; Private schools; Education; Schools; Clubs; Students; Drama clubs; Clubs; Student organizations;
    • This is playbill that lists the names of the actors in the theatrical production "Nothing But the Truth," a play written by James Montgomery. Presented by members of the Dramatic Club of Pawling School on February 5, 1921, the venue was the Opera...
    • "Nothing But the Truth," review of play, Pawling School, Pawling, New York, 1921

    • Clubs; Boarding schools; Celebrities; Education; People; Private schools; Schools; Students; Drama clubs; Theatrical productions; Actors; Student organizations
    • This is the second of a two-page review of Pawling School's theatrical production, "Nothing But the Truth," a play presented on February 5, 1921, by members of the Dramatic Club of Pawling School. The review was published in Pawling School's 1921...
    • "Nothing But the Truth," review of play, Pawling School, Pawling, New York, 1921

    • Clubs; Boarding schools; Celebrities; Education; People; Private schools; Schools; Students; Drama clubs; Theatrical productions; Actors; Student Organizations
    • This is the first of a two-page review of Pawling School's theatrical production, "Nothing But the Truth, " a play presented on February 5, 1921, by members of the Dramatic Club of Pawling School. The review was published in Pawling School's 1921...
    • "Seclusion"

    • Sculpture, American--20th century;
    • This photograph of a sculpture entitled "Seclusion" was taken by the artist, Robert Bassler, class of 1957, shortly after her installation in the fountain at Blithewood garden. The sculpture was created as part of his senior project, and at the...

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