Donald Barr, father of William Barr, hires 21-year-old college dropout Jeffrey Epstein to teach at Dalton School in New York (exact date unknown).
Before leading Dalton, Donald Barr had a career as an officer of the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), a U.S. intelligence agency operating internationally during World War II that later evolved into the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).
The agency existed from 1942 to 1945, during the same time that Robert Maxwell, father of Ghislaine Maxwell, served in the Czechoslovak Army. Maxwell later becomes the primary financier of Epstein’s sex trafficking operation.
Donald Barr worked as a professor at Columbia University from 1955 until 1964, when he became headmaster at Dalton. In February 1974, Barr announced that he would leave his position at the end of the school year. Jeffrey Epstein is hired in the meantime, to begin work the following September teaching math and science. He stays for two years.
No reports of sexual misconduct are ever made during Epstein’s Dalton years, but multiple former students recall Epstein attending student parties and flirting with girls as young as 14 years old.
Barr was also known for writing science fiction books about intergalactic sex slaves.
Photo: Dalton School yearbook