The Hawthorne School
David Fogelgren and Ganni Tirana have scanned some newspaper
clippings about Hawthorne from the 1960s which are not (as far as we
know) readily available elsewhere. We are making them available
for the purposes described in the Fair Use Notice below.
Washington Post, February 18, 1962, page F1, "Hawthorne's Next Experiment: New Term Calls for a New School", contributed by David Fogelgren, first page, second page. Contains some interesting quotes from Eleanor Orr about the school's origins and educational philosophy.
Washington Star, January 12, 1962 , page B7, photo of 1221 Massachusetts Avenue N.W. with O'Donnell Lee, Andrea Kunen, and Doris Sommer, contributed by Ganni Tirana. This photograph originally appeared immediately to the right of the "School of the Week" article below.
Washington Star, January 12, 1962, page B7, "School of the Week: Hawthorne". This article was written by Ganni Tirana, who also contributed it to this site. The photo of 1221 (above) originally appeared immediately to the right of this article.
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