During the final days of the Civil War, Dr. William Ward & his wife, Eliza Ward, envisioned a school for young women in Nashville that would evolve into 1 of the nation's most prestigious institutions. As the New South dawned, Ward Seminary opened its doors in September 1865. Merging with Belmont College for Young Women in 1913, Ward-Belmont operated as a college preparatory school, music conservatory, & junior college. In 1951, the high school division moved farther west, reopening as the Harpeth Hall School after Ward-Belmont's sudden closure. As Harpeth Hall celebrates 150 years, its story is in the hardback book that's up for grabs this afternoon on Puffman Musical Trivia. Be the 1 listener to call in with the correct answer to my musical trivia question & WIN the book, "All-Girls Education from Ward Seminary to Harpeth Hall, 1865-2015." Mary Ellen Pethel's the author & Martha Ingram has put together the forward to this tome. Check the book out at: www.historypress.net & then listen to WIN this afternoon on musical trivia... PUFFMAN Musical Trivia!