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Choose from 62 pictures in our Schools collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Plan of The Crown and Glove Public house and other land and property at Stannington, for sale Featured Print

Plan of The Crown and Glove Public house and other land and property at Stannington, for sale

Lot 1 the old established Public House known by the sign of the Crown and Glove at Stannington, with barn, cohouse, vacant ground, outbuildings and appurtenances, etc;Lot 2 a cottage with small garden in Upper Gate, Stannington;Lot 3 a close of land in upper Gate;Lot 4 another close of land known as the Cricket Field, opposite Stannington Church.Pawson and Brailsford, Engravers and Printers, Sheffield.Original at Sheffield Local Studies Library: Sale Plans 22 June 1864

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Broomhill School, Beech Hill Road, Architects Design, 1874 Featured Print

Broomhill School, Beech Hill Road, Architects Design, 1874

Frontage to Beechfield Road, in the Ecclesiastical District of St. Mark's.The site (freehold) contains 1221 square yards and was purchased from P. Cadman, Esq.The superficial area of the rooms is 3136 feet, and the cubical capacity 47, 992 feet and accommodation is provided for 326 scholars.This school was opened March 3rd 1873.The contract for building was the extras amounted to 3s. 10d. and the cost of site 2s. 10d., exclusive of furniture and some fittings

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Springfield School, Architects Design, Cavendish Street, foreground, Broomspring Lane, left ,1874 Featured Print

Springfield School, Architects Design, Cavendish Street, foreground, Broomspring Lane, left ,1874

This building stands at the corner of Broomspring Lane, Cavendish Street and Broomhall Street, In the Ecclesiastical District of St. Silas.The site (freehold) contains 1954 square yards, nett, and was purchased from Messrs. Hoyland and their lessees; there were eleven dwelling-houses, workshops, and sheds upon the land, included in the price.The area of the room is, altogether, 8154 square feet; and the cubical contents 139, 994 feet.The number of scholars accommodated is 752.Contract for buildings, fittings, and furniture, Cost of site, 15s. Total, 15s

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