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Rawlins Grammar School, about 1910

Rawlins Grammar School opened in 1892 and moved to its present site in 1897. This photograph is one of the clearest early photographs and was taken in front of what was the Vicarage at the time. This building is now part of Rawlins and known as ‘The Old Vicarage’.

The only people that can be identified at present are:

Back row (Red):
No names known

Second row (Blue):
13 – Gertrude Helen Pepper from Mountsorrel, her father was William Pepper.

Third row (Green):
10 – Edward Hensman

Fourth row (Yellow):
No names known

Front row (Pink):
No names known

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Please email us at: team2021@quornmuseum.com
 Submitted on: 2021-05-28
 Submitted by: Margaret Manning
 Artefact ID: 2450
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