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New book highlights history of Julienne High School

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Wednesday, September 30, 2009

ARCHDIOCESE — A 64-page page book, Our Dear Old Julienne, from Notre Dame Academy to Chaminade-Julienne and Beyond, is set to be published in December.

julienne_150x193The coffee-table book will feature some 90 photos and illustrations, including four double-page photo spreads. The contemporary photos are primarily by James H. De Young. The text is by Gail Horvath, a 1957 graduate of Julienne and a teacher there from 1966-73. There are numerous quotes from graduates, teachers and fans.

The book primarily focuses on Julienne High School from 1927-73, however it also briefly covers these related schools: Notre Dame Academy on Franklin Street; Corpus Christi; Dayton Christian Schools’ Homewood Campus; Stivers School of the Arts Homewood Campus; St. Joseph’s Catholic Commercial School; Chaminade Catholic Boys’ School; and Chaminade Julienne.

The publisher is Allan L. Horvath Publications, a firm named after the author’s deceased older brother, a Chaminade graduate, class of 1943.

This book will be available only from the publisher, Allan L. Horvath Publications, 137 N. Main Street, Suite 206, Dayton, Ohio 45402. Only prepaid, pre-publication book orders are being accepted. For more information, call 937-461-6900.

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