Calling all Greenwich historians and school buffs.
As you know, eBay Saturday features unusual items on the ubiquitous auction website of items related to Greenwich. This one caught our eye.
"The Ely School for Girls designed by Carrere & Hastings c. 1907 in Greenwich. The preparatory school moved from New York City to Greenwich the year the building was completed. The school burned down in 1926."
This ad doesn't give a location for the school. So who can enlighten us as to where this institution of learning was located? Let us know in the comments section. The first person to provide the correct answer will win a cool Patch t-shirt. (Just remember to become a Patch account holder to be eligible to register your comment and answer.)
Meanwhile if you're looking to expand your collection of Greenwich-oriented ephemera, the seller of this 1919 ad is taking bids for 23 days, or, if you're really hot to buy it now, it'll cost $12.98 (shipping is free).