|Moseley School. Photo taken on 24th Street and the Wabash Avenue side of the school. 1922|
Opened in rented quarters in 1854, the Flavel Moseley school was named for the first president of the Chicago school board and founder of the high school library system. The 10 room building had an initial enrollment of 600 elementary pupils in classes which started in February, 1857. When an addition was built in 1857, the Moseley school became the south division high school.
|Class in session at the Moseley School, 24th and Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. 1900|