The Delbarton School Archives mission is to collect, organize, appraise, describe, preserve and make available School and School-related records of permanent administrative, legal, fiscal and historical value to support the School’s educational mission. This support is provided to the administration and faculty, and to other departments. The Archives also offer students educational opportunities and provide outside researchers with a means of promoting the academic and historical reputation of the School. The Archives serve as the institutional memory of Delbarton School.
As part of the overall mission, the Archives serves an extended community by refreshing our knowledge of the history and mission of Delbarton. The Archives are also important as a destination, relatively unchanging in the midst of constant change, to which we may return to affirm our memories.
The Delbarton School Archives serves as the final repository for the historical records of Delbarton School. We encourage you to enjoy and, if possible, to contribute to this lasting compendium of Delbarton School history.
The Delbarton Archives is aware that there can be mistakes when attempting to decipher lettering, age, activity, and subjects. We would appreciate corrections of any nature that applies to our collections.
The Delbarton School Archives are located on the lower level of St. Benedict Hall. We welcome donations of vintage and historic 'Delbartonia'! Click here to contact Archivist Kent Manno if you believe that you have an article of interest to the School.
Access to the Archives for visits and research purposes is by appointment only. The staff is
happy to provide individual reference services and to answer inquiries whenever possible by
email, letter, or phone at 973-538-3231 x3372.