Gypsy Hill Training College in Kingston Hill
Gypsy Hill Training College in Kingston Hill
Record No
161855
Title
Gypsy Hill Training College in Kingston Hill
Description
View of front elevation of the lodge to Kenry House, part of the Gypsy Hill Training College, Kingston Hill, Kingston upon Thames. Founded in 1917 for the education of kindergarten and primary school children. Its first principal was Lilian de Lissa, an Australian expert in education training. It moved to Kingston upon Thames in 1946 and in 1975 became part of Kingston upon Thames Polytechnic, later Kingston upon Thames University. The site of the college is now the University's Kingston Hill campus.
Date of execution
1978
Section
London Metropolitan Archives
Collection
LCC Photograph Library
Medium
photograph
Catalogue No
SC_PHL_01_673_77_120_626B_10
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