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Columbus School for Girls
Description: This photograph shows Form I (first grade) class at the Columbus School for Girls, December 1, 1957. Columbus School for Girls was established in 1898 by Mary Bole Scott and Florence Kelley, a school whose curriculum was specifically designed to prepare young women for college. The original campus was located at 662 East Town Street, but the current campus is located at 65 South Drexel Avenue. View on Ohio Memory.
Image ID: AL00108
Subjects: Columbus School for Girls (Columbus, Ohio); Education; Classrooms; Multicultural Ohio--Ohio Women
Places: Columbus (Ohio); Franklin County (Ohio)