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Girls' Public Day School Companylocked

(act. 1872–1905)
  • Joyce F. Goodman

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Girls' Public Day School Company (act. 1872–1905), was set up in June 1872 as a limited liability company to raise capital for the purpose of establishing academic high schools for girls, modelled on the North London Collegiate School of Frances Mary Buss. At a time when there were few models available for middle-class girls' education beyond instruction in ‘accomplishments’, the ...

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