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Automobile School established, offering coeducational courses for owners, chauffeurs, machinists, and mechanics.
Evening Polytechnic School, also known as the Lincoln Institute, is established to offer technical education.
Evening Preparatory School opens.
Evening Law Institute incorporated as the Evening School of Law of the Boston YMCA.
The Association Day School, providing college preparatory courses for boys, opens. It was renamed the Huntington School for Boys in 1913.
Cooperative Engineering School opens with eight students. The cooperative program, the second of its kind in the United States, was eventually adopted by all departments.