The Nettelhorst School, NW corner of Broadway and Melrose, 1940, Chicago.
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Lake View High School, Ashland and Irving Park, 1888, Chicago.
Class is in session at the Moseley School, 24th and Michigan, 1900, Chicago.
Rush Medical College lecture auditorium, 1900, Chicago.
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Latin School of Chicago, 1531 N Dearborn, 1934, Chicago.
The school celebrated 125 years this past week.
A teacher makes-do with the size of her new classroom at the Whittier School, 1900 W 23rd, 1983, Chicago.
CPS teachers demonstrate for better learning and working conditions, Michigan Ave, 1934, Chicago.
Kids strike, protesting for longer recess at the Garfield School, 1902, Chicago.
First day of school, 1962, Chicago.
Graduates of Siebel’s Brewing Academy, 1907, Chicago.
Second photo at Siebel’s, 1909
Established in Chicago in 1868 and now known as the Siebel Institute of Technology, is one of the world’s oldest brewing schools.
Evidently, it was a thing to have photos taken with your cadaver during med school.
The first picture is from the Chicago College of Dental Surgery, 1894.
The second is from the Chicago College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1902.
Stilt races at the Clark School, 1930, Chicago.
A boy’s dog has followed him to Burnham Elementary (1903 E 96th) on the first day of school, 1953, Chicago.
Boys lined up on the first day of school in the Lawndale neighborhood, 1915, Chicago.
The Eliza Chappel School, roughly now where Wacker meets State, 1833, Chicago.
This was the first school in Chicago supported by public funds, hence the first public school.
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