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LETTERS




Fond Memories

I attended Mount St. Agnes High School in Mt. Washington (“Mt. Washington: The New Destination,” March), graduating in 1954. What a beautiful campus it was in the winter, with snow on the trees, and in spring, with all the trees beginning to blossom. The Octagon building was home to the Mount St. Agnes Lower School for Girls and the McCauley Building housed not only Mount St. Agnes College but also the high school. Not too many years after I graduated, the Mount was phased out when Mercy High School opened. I loved the school and the campus and regret that the high school and lower school were not mentioned in your article.

Carol Parks
administrative assistant, Gynecology/Obstetrics

 

 

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