Found, gathered, and carefully cataloged over a period of twenty years, this is the largest collection of Ladd School history and artifacts in the world.
This collection of nearly 1,000 photographs provides a broad, candid, and intimate look at life behind and beyond the walls of the Ladd School.
Spanning one hundred years of history, more than three quarters of this newspaper archive is the genuine article, in newsprint.
More than 15 hours — over six miles — of reel-to-reel film of the Ladd School, recorded between about 1960 and 1972.
These are not reproductions. Stamped, dated, and handwritten, these postcards come from a variety of state institutions, including the Ladd School.
Captured in film between 1920 and 1924, these are some of the earliest known photographs of the Ladd School in existence.
Professional photographs of public events at and about the Ladd School in the 1960s and 1970s.
A tapestry of quaint minutiae interwoven with historical insights into the daily life and operation of The Ladd School.
The centerpiece of this collection is a 33-inch original blueprint of the Ladd School from 1949.
Invitations, speeches, newspaper clippings, photographs, and maps to events in the Ladd School's late history.