Education: Taft School

He followed his big brother at Yale. He followed his big brother at Cincinnati Law School. He followed his big brother in being admitted to the bar. Then he decided that he might not shine with so bright a legal light as big brother, so he became a tutor in Latin, for which he had great love. He had some money and soon founded a school at Pelham Manor, N. Y., to give boys a thorough foundation in the classics. Three years later, in 1893, he moved the school to an old hotel on a hill in Watertown, Conn.

Thus did Horace...

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