- Jul 1903 - Dec 1939 (Creation)
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Accession Number: A777
Woodford School Scrapbook
Includes concert, sports day and prizegiving programmes, newspaper cuttings and various other items to do with the school. Undated school prospectus and Old Girls Association publications from 1944, 1960 and 1961 in rear pocket. Hbk. 30cm. c70pp. Illus.
Item date: July 1903 - Dec 1939
Accession date: 26/11/2004
Custodial history: Transferred from Local Studies Library S70 (373) WOO LS/44869
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Surviving records of Woodford School are held at AR51.
Further records of Woodford Old Girls Association are held at AR19 and in the records of Eleanor Macdonald at AR133/1.
A report book of Margot Sanders, a former pupil is held at AR50.
A run of copies of The Woodfordian, the old girls and school magazine, (1902-1945; 1963; 1969), received with this material, has been transferred to the Local Studies Library collections.
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- Woodford School (Creator)