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The Activities of North Shore Country Day School During the Great War, 1914-1918

 

NSCDS was founded in its current form as a co-educational school in 1919, just as the war ended, at the height of the Country Day School movement. Prior to its opening, an all-girls private school called the Girton School for Girls was on this same site from 1900 to 1918.

These are a few pages from the yearbook, the Girtonian, that describe war-time concerns amongst the students and faculty of Girton.

 

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Cover of the 1916 yearbook

Page from the 1916 yearbook

From the 1915 yearbook

 

For more information:

Archivist
North Shore Country Day School
310 Green Bay Road
Winnetka, IL 60093
https://www.nscds.org/page

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