3 edition of Early photographs of a London school for the deaf : Homerton, 1900-1921 found in the catalog.
Early photographs of a London school for the deaf : Homerton, 1900-1921
Doreen E. Woodford
|Statement||Doreen E. Woodford.|
|Contributions||British Deaf History Society.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 48p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
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Early photographs of a London school for the deaf: Homerton, by Doreen E. Woodford; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Deaf children, Education, History, Homerton School for the Deaf, Pictorial works; Places: England, England) Homerton (London, Homerton (London, England), London.
Early photographs of a London school for the deaf: Homerton, by Doreen E. Woodford,British Deaf History Society Publications edition, in English. HOMERTON SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF () It is hard to guess when these photographs were taken but seems most likely.
Also known as Homerton Residential School for the Deaf, it removed to Penn, Bucks. in and was renamed Rayners Residential School in WOODFORD, D.E.
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