Hopkins Classical School
The Hopkins Classical School (1839-1854) in Cambridge, Massachusetts, was a secondary school located near the corner of Massachusetts Avenue and Dana Street. It received financial support from the bequest of Edward Hopkins. Staff included John Benjamin Henck. Students included George Martin Lane, William C. Lovering, James Mills Peirce, George D. Robinson, and William Robert Ware.
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