The National Cathedral School for Boys (St. Albans) in 1910

The National Cathedral School for Boys advertisement in the Washington Herald - 1910
The National Cathedral School for Boys advertisement in the Washington Herald – 1910

If you went to St. Albans, you will probably find this fascinating. If you know someone that went there, send this to them.

It’s an old advertisement from the Washington Herald, back in 1910. The school was founded only three years earlier as The National Cathedral School for Boys.

 

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