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  • Photos courtesy of the Tuxedo Park School Tuxedo Park School field hockey players pose on the steps of the school in the late 1940s.

  • Photo provided by the Tuxedo Park School Students and staff assembled in front of the school's second campus, which was a home built by the co-founder of Standard & Poor's Weekly. It was affectionately called "The "Poor House."

  • This undated photograph shows Kindergarten students during nap time.

  • Ski day in winter has been a school tradition since its earliest years.

  • Students reading Prometheus, the tale of the Greek Titan credited with the creation of mankind.

  • In the classroom.

  • The Hudson Valley has always provided a dramatic, powerful and beatiful background for the school and its students.

  • Students take a study break.

  • This undated photo shows students playing on the grounds of the Tuxedo Park School.

  • Students descend the school's main staircase in this undated photograph.

  • Staff and students enjoy an afternoon of tea and cookies.

What: “Tuxedo Park School: Looking Back, Looking Forward,” a three-week exhibition of photographs, artifacts, ephemera and oral histories of Tuxedo Park School.

When: Monday, Oct. 29, through Tuesday, Nov. 20, Sundays from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to noon with afternoon hours on Fridays from 3 to 5:30 p.m.

Where: Tuxedo Historical Society at 7 Hospital Road, just off Route 17 in Tuxedo.

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