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John Benjamin Stone, Girls of the Royal School, Windsor Great Park, [National Photographic Record and Survey], 1901, Platinum print mounted on card with hand written ink notation, Victoria and Albert Museum, Museum number: E.1777-2000, LL/36289
 
Education
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Introduction
566.01   Introduction to education
Group photographs
566.02   School groups
Photographers
566.03   Joseph Saxton: Philadelphia Central High School for Boys and Pennsylvania State Arsenal
566.04   Albert Fernique: Ecole centrale des arts et manufactures (1875)
566.05   Stephen J Sedgwick: Announcement of Prof. S. J. Sedgwick's illustrated course of lectures and catalogue of stereoscopic views of scenery in all parts of the Rocky and Sierra Nevada mountains (1879-1880)
566.06   Francis Benjamin Johnston: Hampton Album (1899-1900)
566.07   Herb Snitzer: Summerfield School
566.08   Berenice Abbott: Science
Photography as a subject of study
566.09   Photography as an academic discipline
 
  
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