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St. Margaret's School for Girls
MISS MARY R. HILLARD, Principal.
New Milford, Litchfield Co., Conn.
Norwalk, Connecticut One hour from New York City and five hours from Boston, via N. Y., N. H., and Hartford R. R. Country air. Ideal environment for study and recreation. Broad culture. Real training of body, mind and manners. Home life simple, yet inspiring, tending to develop each girlinto a useful and attractive member of the family and of society. Separate house for girls under fifteen. Intermediate, Academic and College Preparatory classes. Superior advantages in Music, Art, and the Languages. For catalogue address MISS CORNELIA F. BAIRD, Principal.
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Bryn Mawr, Pa. Formerly Miss Baldwin's School. Incor porated 1906. Preparatory to Bryn Mawr. Within 15 years 200 students from this school have entered Bryn Mawr College. Certificate admits to Vassar, Smith and Wellesley. Diploma given in both general and college preparatory courses. For circular address the secretary.
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ROSEMONT, near Bryn Mawr College.
The Misses Kirk formerly connected with
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Miss Wheeler's School and Studio.
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Edgeworth Boarding and Day School
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District of Columbia.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
An Episcopal School for Girls. Home and Col. lege Preparatory Courses. Recent purchase of Chevy Chase French School on adjoining grounds affords a separate residence for students of French, where French is the language of the house. Music Professors from the Washington College of Music. Weekly sight-seeing parties. The location contributes to health and the enjoy. ment of all outdoor sports. Very attractive home life. Address
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