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Rawlins School panoramic photograph, 1928

This 'whole school' photograph was taken at Rawlins School in 1928. At this time the school was not only co-educational, but evidently also took very young children.

The panorama has been split into three parts to aid viewing on the museum website.

Can you name anyone? Please indicate by using the numbers and indicating if it is top row (red numbers), middle row (yellow number) or bottom row (green numbers).

Top row (red)
13 - Mabel Broom (Phyllis's elder sister)
18 - Phyllis Broom (later to become Phyllis Field)
38 - Cyril Baker

Middle row (yellow):
32 - John (Jack) Field
24 - Jim Smith

Front row: (green)
33 - Peter Speight
35 - Peter Field (John's younger brother)

There is a similar photograph on the museum site, taken in 1926 - Artefact 1595

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 missing information Missing information: Can you identify anyone in this photograph?
Please email us at: team2021@quornmuseum.com
 Submitted on: 2012-07-04
 Submitted by: Val Seal and Judith Archdale (daughters of Phyllis and Jack Field)
 Artefact ID: 1630
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