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Early Slough schools by Maxwell Fraser
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Brief Description: Chapter 9 of the History of Slough by Maxwell Fraser takes you through the early history of education in Slough. It startes with the Church of England infants school in Arbour Vale and goes onto talk about a number of independent schools in nineteenth and tweneith century Slough.
Subject Date: 01/01/1815 - 31/12/1972
Creator: Maxwell Fraser
Article: Chapter 9: Early Slough schools
Publication: The history of Slough
Publisher: Slough Corporation
Owner: Slough Library
Contributor: Slough Library
Full Description: The history of Slough by Maxwell Fraser was originally a series of articles that appeared in the Slough Observer. In 1973 Fraser combined her articles, together with some other research, and produced the History of Slough. This article is a chapter from the second edition of her book which was published in 1980. It has been reproduces by permission of Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru / The National Library of Wales and with the blessing of the Slough Observer and the Slough & District Civic Society.
Collection: Maxwell Fraser Collection
Place: Slough ; Chalvey ; Arbour Vale ; Norwood Surrey ; Canada ; France ; Herschel Street ; Rome ; Spain ; Victoria Street ; Wexham Road ; Windsor Road ; Eton ; Herschel Street ; Shaggy Calf Lane ; Windsor Wyndesore ; Ashford Middlesex ; Arbour Hill Vale ; C
Dimensions: 21 x 29.7 cm
Subject: The Reformation ; British schools ; Church of England schools ; National schools ; Sunday Schools ; Boundaries ; Sunday Schools ; Roman Catholic Schools ; Roman Catholic schools ; Schools ; Theatre ; Cricket ; Theatre ; Congregationalists ; Cricket ; Pubs and inns ; horse racing ; British schools ; Congregational schools ; Theatre ; Bricks and brickmaking ; Local Government ; Railways - Employees ; Schools ; Church of England schools ; Roman Catholic schools ; Secondary schools ; Nursery Schools ; Royalty ; Shops
Name Subject: Miss Adams ; British School ; Arbour Hill Vale Cottages ; Roman Catholic Emancipation Act ; Penley School ; Richmond Surrey ; Roman Catholic Emancipation Act ; Spring Terrace Richmond Surrey ; Mr. Wade ; Baylis House Roman Catholic School and Centre ; Beda College Rome ; Sir Henry Bedingfield ; Cardinal Bourne ; Brazil ; Dowager Duchess of Buccleuch ; Lady Charlotte Ann Thynne ; Rev. Cav. Joseph Maria Clemente ; Crimean War ; Rev. John Crook ; Ditton Park ; Domecq family ; George Edwards ; Darcy Edwards ; Etonians ; George V ; Hertfordshire ; Sir Seymour Hicks ; Cardinal Arthur Hinsley ; Jerez Spain ; Bishop Keatinge ; Archbishop Keatinge of Liverpool ; Cardinal Rafael Merry del Val ; Milford House ; Joseph Butt Archbishop of Nicopsi ; Oxburgh ; Pope Pius X ; Pope Pius XI ; D. Rowe ; St. Edmund's College Ware Herts ; St. Ethelbert's Roman Catholic Schools ; John Butt Roman Catholic Bishop of Southwark ; Trinidad ; Urwick Orr & Partners ; Leslie Ward Spy ; Ware Herts ; Westminster Cathedral ; George Alexander Baird Abington ; St.Michaels School ; Aldin House ; Mr. Abingdon ; George Alexander Baird ; British School ; Bill Browning ; 3rd Baron Lurgan ; President of the Institute of British Architects ; St.Mary's Church Institute ; Derby Winners ; Dolphin Inn ; Dolphin Hotel ; Eton College ; Lord Hawke ; Rev. John William Hawtrey ; Major Eustace Loder ; Charles Lurgan 2nd Baron Lurgan ; William Browning 3rd Baron Browning ; Sir James Miller ; Bishops of Oxford ; Percy de Paravinci ; Pearce ; Penny Readings ; St. Bernard's Convent ; St. Joseph's Secondary School ; Teachers' Salaries ; Badger Slade ; Tetsworth Brook or Tettesworth Water ; Queen Victoria ; George Warrender ; Sir Paul Waterhouse ; Samuel Wilberforce ; Windsor Castle ; St. Michael's School Aldin House ; Earl Baldwin of Bewdley ; Stanley Baldwin ; George Bancroft ; Rev. Studholme Browning ; Sir Squire and Lady Bancroft ; Buckinghamshire County Council ; Diamond Estate ; Education Acts ; Gallop ; Goddard ; Thomas Gray School ; Halidon House School ; Sir Charles Henry Hawtrey ; Mrs. Hawtrey ; Charles Holden ; Jesuit Fathers ; Loder brothers ; St. Bernard's Convent ; St. George's School Southwark ; St. Joseph's Preparatory School ; Slough Borough Council ; Thomas Gray Primary School ; Cecil Warner ; Miss Webb ; Welsh Charity School Ashford Middlesex ; Prince and Pricess Alexandra of Kent ; Birchfield School ; Slough College of Further Education and Technology ; Diamond Jubilee ; Katherine Duchess of Kent ; Princess Marina Duchess of Kent ; Licensed Victuallers' school ; Licensed Victuallers' Society ; Long Close School ; Princess Marina Duchess of Kent ; The Morning Advertiser ; Northbrook Centre ; Park School ; William Penn Infant School ; St. Bernard's Convent ; Slough College of Further Education and Technology ; Teachers' Centre ; Queen Victoria
Content Type: Book
Location: Slough Library
Local Ref: MF Chapter 9
Unique ID: sl-sl-max_chapter09-d-02-000.pdf
IPR: National Library of Wales
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