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STREATHAM HILL COLLEGE, STREATHAM

Streatham Hill College was at 35 Streatham Hill. Built as a house c.1826, the school was founded by Ernest Blackwell in 1895 as a prep school for 'the sons of gentlemen'. It expanded after World War I to include the adjacent house at No.33. The school was closed in 1936, demolished soon afterwards and replaced by 'Corner Fields', a block of luxury flats. Ref: SP1029

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Image type:Photograph
Artist:Johns
Ref:07956
Original ref:NG4629
Date:c.1925

1901 - 1925BUILDINGS / ARCHITECTUREEDUCATIONPhotographSTREATHAM HILL

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