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A history of Bishop Veysey's Grammar School: the first 375 years (1527-1902) ([1990])

Kerry Osbourne

International Bengali musician Anup Kumar Biswas runs a workshop at Colyton Grammar School. 18.9.86 (1986)

Young enterprise winners at Colyton Grammar School. 11.7.88 (1988)

John Fletcher

The recipe book produced by pupils at Colyton Grammar School. 16.4.91 (1991)

John Fletcher

A history of Bishop Veysey's Grammar School: the twentieth century ([2000])

Kerry Osbourne

Distribution of prizes by Lieut-Colonel F.K.Windeatt, on Thursday, November 28th, 1918 (1918)

Statement of receipts and payments by the governing body of the trust, from 1st January to 31st December, 1959 ([1960])

Statement of receipts and payments by the governing body of the trust, from 1st January to 31st December, 1955 ([1956])

Statement of receipts and payments by the governing body of the trust, from 1st January to 31st December, 1926 ([1927])

Statement of receipts and payments by the governing body of the trust, from 1st January to 31st December, 1925 ([1926])

Statement of receipts and payments by the governing body of the trust, from 1st January to 31st December, 1924 ([1925])

Statement of receipts and payments by the governing body of the trust, from 1st January to 31st December, 1923 ([1924])

Statement of receipts and payments by the governing body of the trust, from 1st January to 31st December, 1922 ([1923])

Statement of receipts and payments by the governing body of the trust, from 1st January to 31st December, 1920 ([1921])

Statement of receipts and payments by the governing body of the trust, from 1st January to 31st December, 1918 ([1919])

Statement of receipts and payments by the governing body of the trust, from 1st January to 31st December, 1914 ([1915])

Statement of receipts and payments by the governing body of the trust, from 1st January to 31st December, 1913 ([1914])

Development for the seventies (1971)

Crediton Grammar. 23.4.1964 (1964)

Queen Elizabeth's School, Crediton. 19.2.1965 (1965)

Bertram Authers

[Plympton Grammar School] ([1920?])

[Plympton Grammar School] ([1900?])

John Stabb

[Plympton Grammar School] ([1890?])

Grammar School (from their own field) (1913)

Hare, Mary

[Plympton Grammar School] ([1900?])

[Plympton Grammar School] ([1900?])

St. John's (c.1930)

St. John's (c.1930)

St. John's Hospital School, High St., Exeter: statue of one of the orphans showing the original uniform (c.1930)

St. John's Hospital School, High St., Exeter: the headmaster's garden. The tree was known to many generations of old boys (c.1930)

St. John's Hospital School, High St., Exeter: school garden with the flag pole in a bastion of the city wall (c.1930)

St. John's Hospital School, High St., Exeter: playground with playing shed (c.1930)

St. John's Hospital School, High St., Exeter: the main hall with the premises of the G.P.O. in the background (c.1930)

St. John's Hospital School, High St., Exeter: the headmasters house. The last headmaster of St.John's - Percy A.Nicholls B.A.Hons. (London), L.R.A.M., F.R.G.S.. The school finally closed in August ... (c.1930)

St. John's Hospital School, High St., Exeter: the headmasters house and the premises formerly occupied by the orphanage (c.1930)

St. John's Hospital School, High St., Exeter: the main hall - the Bampfylde Street entrance on the left (c.1930)

St. John's Hospital School, High St., Exeter: the main hall (c.1930)

St. John's Hospital School, High St., Exeter: the main hall with the High Street entrance facing (c.1930)

St. John's Hospital School, High St., Exeter: south block (c.1930)

Challoner School, Braunton ([1946?])

Challoner School, Braunton ([1946?])

Challoner School, Braunton ([1946?])

Challoner School, Braunton ([1946?])

Blundell's School Tiverton (c.1850)

William Willis

School House, Honiton ([1850?])

Plympton Grammar School ?c.1860 ([1860?])

Exmothiensis: the magazine of Exmouth Grammar School (1924-)

A school in the forties: Weston-super-Mare grammar schools 1940-1949 (2005)

Alec Kingsmill

Allhallows Grammar School MDCXIIII ([1850?])

The Grammar School, Barnstaple, where Gay was educated (c.1930)