Situated on the third floor of St. Xavier High School in the Jay Carroll Memorial Library, the Archives serve as the repository for the institutional records of St. Xavier High School. As such, the St. X Archives collects and preserves a myriad array of documents and memorabilia relating to the storied history of St. Xavier and the Long Blue Line. Doing so not only preserves the history of the institution for the current St. Xavier community but also ensures that future generations of Bombers will come to know and appreciate those who have come before them.
The collections contained within the St. X Archives date from 1728 to the present day and include everything from administrative records, architectural blueprints, posters, photographs, and miscellaneous ephemera to athletic programs, yearbooks, construction documents, correspondence, directories, and student publications such as Kampus Kapers, Xavier Prep, X-Press, Blueprint, and The Scrivener.
The St. Xavier High School Archives welcomes and appreciates donations of any materials relating to St. X: pins, clothing, diplomas, photographs, scrapbooks, programs, periodicals, etc. Please contact the archivist if you are considering a donation.
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