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Where can you find information about the history of St Basil Catholic School on the southside of Chicago?


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2004-08-20 07:54:45
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The school building still stands at 1824 W. Garfield Blvd. My father attended St. Basil Catholic School from 1917-1923. I'm assuming the neighborhood was primarily Irish then. In 2002 the old school building became the Basil Campus of the Chicago International Charter School.


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