|Text on Button||P. S. 20 QUEENS G.O. G.O.|
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Public School 20 John Browne Elementary is a school located in Queens, New York. It appears in newspaper records as early as 1905. One of the most popular clubs was the General Organization (G.O.), a student government club. The school is named after John Browne who was an early advocate for religious freedoms in colonial America.
Rose breaks record at pastime A.C. games. (1905, January 1). The Brooklyn Citizen, 27(1), p. 2.