Rivers Archives Overview


What is the mission of the Rivers Archives?

The mission of the archives is to preserve the records of the school and make them available to students, faculty, alumni and the community at large.

Why was the archives created?
The Rivers Archives was established in 2015 as part of the school’s centennial celebration to help preserve the surviving records of the school.

What kinds of materials are in the collection of the Rivers Archives?
The archives has a wide variety of materials, including documents, photographs, publications, and other materials accumulated over the history of the school and at its four different campuses. These materials document the rich and varied history of the school.

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    Records of the school’s headmasters

    Catalogues, viewbooks, and student directories

    • The Current, Riparian, Edge, and other school publications

    • Photographs of students, sporting events, performances, and other school-related events

    • Records of major school events, such as graduations, prize days, and 
    anniversary celebrations

    • Videos and dvds of major school events, musical and dramatic 
    performances, and sporting events

    • Records of the school’s four campuses

    • Architectural drawings and other materials related to campus building projects

    • Records from the Country Day School for Boys of Boston

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Meet The Archivist

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    Mr. David Burzillo 

    History, IDS, Archivist
    339-686-2420
    Harvard University - ALM
    Worcester State College - MEd
    Trinity College - BA
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