Wayland Town Crier Learn about concentration camp documents at Wayland High. Everyone is invited to Wayland High School on Sunday, April 27 at 2 p.m. to hear about an amazing find at the old Wayland High School. At the end of World War II, Lt. Col. Martin Joyce was the American-appointed commanding officer of Dachau Concentration Camp a few days after its liberation. Somehow, Joyce’s personal records collection ended up in the old Wayland High School history book room, including his personal letters, an 85-page scrapbook, military files, and Dachau documents. A photo album presented to Col. Joyce by Yugoslavian survivors credited Joyce and the Americans with saving the lives of some 32,000 survivors. Kevin Delaney, head of Wayland High School’s Social Studies Department, has led the students in his U.S. history classes as they researched and digitized the collection and reconstructed the events and anguish of this period for presentation to a wider audience. This is an opportunity to hear Delaney describe what the students have discovered from this treasure trove. Refreshments will be provided by Kate Jenney.