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Ancaster Scrapbook, 1988-2006

  • HOU-HOU/19-HOU/19/3-HOU/19/3/1
  • Item
  • 1988 - 2006
  • Part of Houses

A cuttings book (A) with various photographs of the girls and staff of Ancaster House, between 1988 to 2006, including a sponsored swim in 1988, a non-uniform day, a Christmas Party, interthouse netball matches, two orders of services in memory of Diana Ridley and Henrietta Lea, and Sports Day photographs. The book contains four loose items: three poster advertising the performance of three girls in the Globe Theatre (B to D), and a programme for the 2001 production of 'Macbeth' (D).

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Ancaster

  • HOU-HOU/19
  • Series
  • 1975 - 2019
  • Part of Houses

This series relates to Junior Day girls of Ancaster. The house was built in 1974, as part of the new Jerwoods Campus for the Lower School. Most of the collection is made of the House photographs since the first year of Ancaster, as well as informal photograph of the girls in house events and sports competition.

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Talbots

  • HOU-HOU/14
  • Series
  • 1976 - 1997
  • Part of Houses

This series focuses on Talbots House pupils and staff. Talbots was a Day Girls' house from 1972 to 1997 when the girls were transferred to Gunthorpe and Hambleton. Most of the series is made of photographs, house photographs as well as more informal photographs.

Brian and Elizabeth Nicholls

Lincoln

  • HOU-HOU/20
  • Series
  • 1988 - 2019
  • Part of Houses

This series relates to Junior Boarding girls of Lincoln House. The house was built in 1974, as part of the new Jerwoods Campus for the Lower School. Most of the collection is made of the House photographs, as well as informal photograph of the girls in house events and sports competition, and programmes of some house events.

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Rushebrookes

  • HOU-HOU/17
  • Series
  • 2012 - 2022
  • Part of Houses

This series focuses on the boarding girls in Rushebrookes house. It was named after the first School Headmaster, Robert Rushbrooke. The first girls moved in in the Spring term 1980 but the building was officially open only on 22 November 1980. This series contains items related to the daily life of the girls in school and in house, as well as house photographs, mostly from the 2010s.

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