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KES Archives

An institutional member of the Council of Nova Scotia Archives (CNSA)

Thanks to the amazing work of Linda Landymore (now retired), the King’s-Edgehill School Archives formally became an institutional member of the Council of Nova Scotia Archives (CNSA) in April 2001.
The School, with a long and rich history spanning more than two centuries, needed to preserve the many photos and items pertaining to King’s Collegiate School (KCS), Edgehill and King’s-Edgehill stored in Marshall House.

With professional help from the CNSA and a keen team of Alumni, boxes of items, documents and photos have been sorted and properly documented and housed. We are always on the lookout for new items and photos for the collection. When in doubt as to what to do with your School items, please contact the Alumni Office at kesalumni@kes.ns.ca. 

List of 1 items.

  • Current Projects

    • Existing photo albums need to have the material transferred to special archival photo binders
    • Artifacts need to be described and rehoused

Archives Volunteers Needed

The sorting, identification, storage and filing of items are by no means complete. If you are interested in helping in our School archives, please contact Heather Strickey at kesalumni@kes.ns.ca or call 902 798-2278 ext. 2225.
 
Whether you can help an hour or two each month, or just once in a while, we'd love to have your help.  A special thank-you to Guy Payne (Alumni Staff) who comes in Thursdays to work in the School archives.
King’s-Edgehill School is located in Mi'kma'ki, the unceded ancestral territory of the Mi’kmaq People.