The Girtonian - 1907

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Title

The Girtonian - 1907

Subject

Girton School for Girls
Independent school
girls school
Girton School for Girls

Description

The 1907 Girtonian is the first volume of the Girton School for Girls documenting the school's sixth year as an independent all girls boarding school in Winnetka, Illinois. Francis King Cooke founded the school in 1901, which ran through 1919. In 1919, the school campus and some students were absorbed by the new North Shore Country Day School, which is still operating in the same location today.

Pages 15-17 feature a brief history of the Girton School written by faculty member Miss Mary M. Richardson, who taught Latin, Greek, and Roman history.

Source

North Shore Country Day School Archives
North Shore Country Day School Archives

Publisher

Girton School for Girls

Date

1907

Format

book

Original Format

book

Collection

Citation

“The Girtonian - 1907,” North Shore Country Day School Archives, accessed November 24, 2020, https://nscdsarchives.com/items/show/3.

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