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I'm not sure what's meant by "labor camp" here... "It started as a summer labor camp in 1935 and opened as a boarding school in the fall following the first summer," Life.temp (talk) 07:41, 26 March 2008 (UTC)
I added a few alumni who had bios in WP (searched WP for those names). For some there is no graduating year listed in the bio (in two cases I know the year because my wife attended Putney and was a classmate of theirs). I also created an info box.~Mack2~ (talk) 00:37, 21 December 2010 (UTC)
Edit re Sam Amidon '99: They name you're looking for is Emily Miller. There was no one called Sam in my graduating class. Source: my 1999 Putney diploma. -Kai
The on-line Alumni directory shows Sam Amidon to be a 1999 graduate. There is no Putney graduate, Emily Miller, with a Wikipedia article about her and consequently there should be no entry in the list in this article. User:HopsonRoad 00:57, 6 January 2016 (UTC)