Chicago Schools to Teach Sex Education; Work Crew Digs Up Skeleton

July 10, 1913, Hats at Mullen and Bluett
New straw hats at Mullen & Bluett, Broadway and 6th Street. Straw hats are “jaunty, clever, correct.” But we knew that, right?

July 10, 1913: Sex “hygiene” will be taught in the Chicago high schools after a vote by the Board of Education. Chicago becomes the first city in the nation to teach the subject, The Times says.

The skeleton of a man about 35 years old is found across from 1203 E. 8th Street by a workers from the Southern California Gas Co.

The remains were buried at a depth of about three feet in what was once a private lot but taken over by the city for the street, The Times said.


The 1200 block of East 8th Street via Google Street View.

July 10, 1913, Skeleton Found

July 10, 1913, Sex Ed

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