Richard H. McFeely was a popular speaker before community groups. His presentations were underlain by a deep commitment to the primacy of religion as the source of ordering principles in human life. He preached fearlessly against mindless anticommunism in the McCarthy era.
Faculty and students travel to post-war Germany to take part in what is then called a “work camp.”
The new building is finished in 1948–1949, providing a dedicated home for many school art programs.
At the instigation of students, George School changes its “work duty” policy to better align with core Quaker values.