The King

Huber Gray Buehler, Headmaster of the Maria H. Hotchkiss School, died in the Headmaster's House in Lakeville, Conn., which rises high above Lake Wonoscopomoc in the Litchfield hills.

"The King," for such he was in name and fact and fable, is dead. His reign was historic in the development of American private schools. Coming from Gettysburg, an obscure college town in Pennsylvania, achieving his first petty distinction as an author of Buehler's Modern English Grammar, he was suddenly elevated 20 years ago to be the...

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