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ST LEONARD’S SCHOOL, MITCHAM LANE, STREATHAM

St Leonard's School dates from 1813 when it was initially established in a large room at the rear of the White Lion public house. This view shows the new school; the left-hand building was the Boys' School built by public subscription in 1837-38 at a cost of £1,000 on land given by Miss Kymer. The adjacent Girls' School was also a gift of hers and was replaced in 1909 by a two-storey building. Lithograph by George Scharf.Ref: LP24/71/LEO.1

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Ref:07211
Original ref:LP24/71/LEO.1
Date:c.1840

1850 - 1875BUILDINGS / ARCHITECTUREEDUCATIONLithographSTREATHAM CENTRALTRANSPORT

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