Yorkshire School for the Blind annual reports

Report, Annual

Accession Number: AnnRep2.15

Scope & Content: Printed reports of the Yorkshire School for the Blind, documenting the school's management, student, and building activities. Reports include financial statements and a list of pupils. Black-and-white photo illustrations appear in reports issued in 1902 and 1905. A 7-page leaflet is inserted in the report issued in 1899: "An Afternoon at the School for the Blind," from the Yorkshire Observer. Three loose sheets are inserted in the report issued in 1900, pertaining to the scholarship fund established in memory of Supt. Buckle who died in May of that year. Holdings are incomplete; see container list. On reports: Annual Report of the Managing Committee.

Creator: Yorkshire School for the Blind

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Administrative History: The Yorkshire School for the Blind was established at York, England in 1833, to provide general education and vocational training to blind students between the ages of 5 and 20 and to honor the memory of British politician and philanthropist William Wilberforce, a native of York.

Subjects: Schools for the blind and visually impaired Education England Annual reports

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