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The Northfield Mount Hermon School Archives exists to preserve, promote, and provide access to material documenting the history of the school and the life of its founder, D. L. Moody.
Visit the Archives
Open Monday through Friday by appointment. Please call Peter Weis, school archivist, at 413-498-3469.
The archivist's office is located on the main floor of Schauffler Library, to the right of the front door as you enter the building.
NMH School History
The Northfield Mount Hermon School Archives exists to preserve, promote, and provide access to material documenting the history of the school and the life of its founder, D. L. Moody. The archives serves researchers both within and beyond the Northfield Mount Hermon community. In support of this mission, the NMH Archives engages in the following activities:
- Identifies, appraises, collects, arranges, describes, preserves, and makes available materials of enduring historical, legal, and administrative value to Northfield Mount Hermon.
- Serves faculty and students by providing access to primary historical materials that support the instructional programs of the school. Serves as a resource to administrative offices, preserving and providing access to materials of institutional value.
- Serves the alumni and their association by preserving a record of student life, both individual and collective, at the school.
- Enriches scholarship about and appreciation for the school and the life of D. L. Moody by encouraging the use of archival collection.
Contact the School Archivist
Reference questions may be addressed to Peter Weis '78, NMH school archivist, at email@example.com or 413-498-3469.