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The Eric Gordon Mallalieu Archive Library

The museum recently opened its doors to our alumni and you can see why we are so proud of it

Over the summer of 2023, The Development Office welcomed alumni to visit our new archive library, named after our generous benefactor Eric Gordon Mallalieu, OH 1928-38.  The museum is situated in The Lodge near the school's main gates and hosts a wide range of publications, photos and artefacts.

For those who have not yet had the opportunity to visit our archives, or sadly live too far away, we have put together a short video below, courtesy of VIP Creations.

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