Stockbridge

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Stockbridge School
... Stockbridge School was a "progressive" co-educational boarding school for adolescents near the Interlaken section of Stockbridge, Massachusetts and which operated from 1948 to 1976 ...
Laurel Hill Association
... Founded in 1853 in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, it has played a key role in the beautification of the town ... It owns the property for Laurel Hill, near the Stockbridge town center and maintains the trail for the Ice Glen ... In the 1880s, the Laurel Hill Association helped create Stockbridge's reputation as an attractive village by managing weeds, laying sidewalks, installing lamps, planting trees and helping ...
Stockbridge, Edinburgh - Academy of Urbanism Awards
... The success of Stockbridge as an urban environment led to the area being shortlisted by The Academy of Urbanism for the award 'Great Neighbourhood of the Year 2009' ... On 15 May 2008, Stockbridge was chosen from a selection of 10 neighbourhoods to proceed as one of the three 'finalists', with the winners to be ...
Stockbridge School - Alumni and Former Staff
... The alumnus most closely associated with Stockbridge School is Arlo Guthrie, whose arrest for littering by Stockbridge police shortly after graduation in 1965 inspired the song "Alice's Restaurant" ... had been the school librarian before opening a lunch counter in Stockbridge ...
Stockbridge Indian Cemetery - Notable Interments
... The cemetery features interments of Stockbridge Indians ... Notable grave sites include John Wannuaucon Quinney, Stockbridge diplomat, wrote the Stockbridge nation's constitution Electa Quinney, first public school teacher in Wisconsin ...