Education: New Head for Spence

In the cloistered little world of girls' private schools in Manhattan, recent years have brought marked changes. Two of the most exclusive, Miss Chapin's and Brearley, have expanded into large plants uptown on the far East Side. Oldest (40 years) and most aristocratic Miss Spence's School has been endowed, incorporated, dropped the Miss. It too has acquired a big new uptown plant at gist Street near Fifth Avenue. Founder Clara B. Spence has been dead nine years. Her successors, Miss Charlotte S. Baker (1923-29) and Miss Helen Clarkson Miller (1929-32) resigned before attaining...

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