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Part of Photograph Album Collection
Consists of two albums containing photographs of students, staff, landscapes and recreational pursuits depicting life at Trinity College School circa 1911-1912. Also contains rugby and drama programmes. Curated by A.A. Harcourt Vernon.
Part of Scrapbook Collection
This scrapbook contains newspaper clippings and programs detailing special events at the school during this time. Also included are examination schedules and results as well as correspondence from the headmaster regarding internal affairs.
Fonds consist of two W.H. bronze medals (1935-1936) , a Hamilton bronze medal pendant and a Little Big Four Championship tie bar (1934).
Seagram, Charles J.
Fonds consists of a graduation scroll, three school crests, chapel program, ski team toque, seven Trinity College School buttons, steward plaque, Trinity College School bow tie, soccer jersey, two rugby jerseys, football jersey, and one cricket bat.
Collection consists of items of collectible memorabilia significant to the history of Trinity College School.
Included are calendars, stationery, postcards, textiles, trophies, athletics equipment, dining and serving ware, slates, jewelry, medals, and musical instruments.
Trinity College School
Fonds consists of sports photos, a copy of the Trinity College School Record 1915 as well as small boxes containing medals for athletic championships, broad jump open, 220 yard open and quarter mile open.
Thetford, Gordon Anderson
Part of Philip A.C. Ketchum Fonds
Consists of seven diaries, 1914-1917 and 1920-1922 recording the daily life of Phillip Ketchum. Philip Allan Cheyne Ketchum was born July 20, 1899 in Cobourg, Ontario to parents Judge and Mrs. Ketchum. He attended Trinity College School from 1912 to 1916. Following matriculation he served as a Junior Master at Lakefield Preparatory School. In 1918 he was accepted into the Royal Flying Corps. and went overseas in July, 1918 for training. In December of 1918, Ketchum was made Second Lieutenant as a pilot; however with the end of the War, Ketchum returned to Ontario in 1919 to pursue his academic career. He attended Trinity College at the University of Toronto from 1919-1923. While at Trinity College, Ketchum was the President of the University Rugby Club, President of the Trinity Athletic Association and Vice President of the Trinity College Literary Institute. After graduation in 1923, he taught for a year at the Upper Canada Preparatory School before returning to TCS as a master at the Junior School. During this time Ketchum earned a Bachelor of Pedagogy from the University of Toronto. In 1927 he entered Emmanuel College, Cambridge where he completed his BA. Upon graduation in 1929 he taught at St. Mark's School in Massachussets. In 1933, at the age of 32, Ketchum became the Headmaster of Trinity College School. He held this post until 1962, at which time he was made a lifetime member of the Board of Governors. Ketchum died on July 21, 1964