Samuel J. Richards ’04 recently had his research on Trinity Hall in Washington County published by the Pennsylvania Historical Association. Trinity Hall was an Episcopalian boys’ school that operated in the late 1800s and eventually became what is now Trinity High School.
The article was recently acknowledged by the Observer-Reporter. Richards credits History emeritus faculty member Charles Cashdollar for providing insightful feedback on his early draft.
His complete article, “A Forgotten Muhlenberg School: Trinity Hall in Washington, Pennsylvania,” can be found in the spring issue of Pennsylvania History and on the Pennsylvania Historical Association’s website.