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THE YEAR BEFORE the Stamp Act of 1765,
and eleven years before the opening battles of
our War for Independence in 1775, Columbia
Grammar School was founded by Columbia fthen
During the first one hundred years of our his-
tory, Columbia Grammar was under the direct
administration of the University. The school was
located on the grounds of the University, and the
head of its Classical Department was headmaster.
represented in the services of the United States, and
our Honor Roll now bears the following gold stars:
Thomas Broderick, Class of 1936, LQ S. Army
Air Corps, killed over France.
Seymour Birnbaum, Class of 1943, U. S.
Marines, killed on Iwo Jima.
Elmer Beckhardt, Instructor of Physical Edu-
cation, U. S. Medical Corps, killed in France.
Leonard Hammer, Class of 1934, killed in
Jacob Josephs, Class of 1936, 14. S. Marines
killed on Guadalcanal.
Alan J. Kuntze, Class of 1943, killed in service
at Napier Field.
Bernard Neuman, Class of 1936, U. S. Army.
killed by an explosion on maneuvers.
Columbia College, 1848
In 1357, when Columbia moved from its origi-
nal site, we first occupied a separate building, and
since the Civil War we have been independent.
In 1904 Columbia moved to its present site
just off Central Park West on 93rd Street, by which
time elementary grades had been part of the school
for twenty-seven years. Today Columbia Grammar
has a span of instruction from kindergarten to the
end of high school, and all of its students intend
to enter college.
In 1941 Columbia Grammar School became a
non-profit institution under a Board of Trustees.
During the past war, the school was well
James M. Stone, Class of 1939, lf. S. Army,
killed in action in Italy.
Arthur X. Sloan, Class of 1943, L1 S. Medical
Corps. killed in action in Germany.
In peace and in war, our more than four
thousand alumni serve their country honorably
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