Cutler School (New York)

Cutler School (New York)

Cutler School (New York)

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The Cutler School of New York was a primary through college preparatory boy's school in New York established in 1876 by Arthur Cutler. (A.B., Harvard 1870; Ph.D., Princeton 1885). The school's founder tutored Theodore Roosevelt, who entered Harvard in 1876. The majority of Cutler graduates entered Harvard, Columbia, Yale, and Princeton, the numbers being in the order named. The school appears to have moved from 49 and 51 East 61st Street to Madison Avenue after 1918, when its founder died. Although the school advertised for students in October 1923, the school property at 755 Madison Avenue was sold in January 1924. (Assembled from New York Times articles.)

Noted alumni include politicians James William Husted , James C. Auchincloss , Howard Alexander Smith and Francis Burton Harrison , writer Guy Wetmore Carryl, philanthropist Charles A. Dana, and aviation pioneer Grover Loening.






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