More photographs re. education, though not ours this time

Just a heads up really about a favourite blog of mine that happens to have posted a couple of items on photographs relating to education and learning recently;

Photographs of Woolverstone Hall School , 1958 (see Wiki on Woolverstone here),

‘Seeing through touch’ – photographs of handling sessions for blind children at Sunderland Museum, c1913-1926

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One Response to More photographs re. education, though not ours this time

  1. Sean Curran says:

    Those pictures are amazing! Really surprising to see that Sunderland Museum was doing handling sessions for blind people from 1913 onwards, given that many museums now still struggle to cater for their visually impaired audience.

    I’m from Sunderland, and that Lion was always the highlight! I never got to touch it though, it was always behind glass!

    Sean

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