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Help identify these boys (and others)!

In one of the folders of photographs, I came across a selection of undated pictures. Are you in these photos? Can you help identify the years that these boys were in?

Class of ?
Class of ?
In boxes and in electronic files we have a number of photographs of boys at School.  Many are labelled but the collection below have no names or dates and we thought you might enjoy having a look through to see if you can identify yourself or others and the year the photo was taken.

If you can, please let us know by commenting below or sending an email to suzannah.chirnside@johnlyon.org.

Happy browsing!

I've just added this one too:



I admit the photos look quite small (!) but you can also view them in the gallery below or enlarge the image!


 

Photo gallery

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