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The Quornian, Rawlins School Magazine, Autumn 1926, No 1

Thomas Rawlins Grammar School opened in Quorn in 1892. In 1906 they launched their first school magazine, called The Quornian. Over the years the format and frequency of the magazine varied, as enthusiasm for the publication ebbed and flowed. Some years there were three editions, but at other times it almost folded.

Most editions contain information about what is going on at the school at the time, details of staff, sports results, academic achievements, prizes, accounts of school trips/activities and often progress of past pupils. This particular edition seems to indicate a 'relaunch' and is handwritten.

The Quornian magazines provide a valuable insight into Quorn life in the twentieth century.

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 Submitted on: 2019-03-09
 Submitted by: Parish archives/Field family
 Artefact ID: 2124

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