Portrait of superintendent of schools Mrs. Ella Flagg Young standing with students outdoors at the Mary Crane Nursery, an open-air school, located at 782 West Cabrini Street (formerly 782 Ewing), 1910. Photograph by Chicago Daily News. 
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Portrait of superintendent of schools Mrs. Ella Flagg Young standing with students outdoors at the Mary Crane Nursery, an open-air school, located at 782 West Cabrini Street (formerly 782 Ewing), 1910. Photograph by Chicago Daily News. 

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