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Handcross School - Girls photograph 1904
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Handcross School - Girls photograph 1904

The girls of Handcross School have been summoned to the playground for a photograph.
On the left is Miss Daisy Florence Mason who was listed as a teacher at the school in 1901 when she was only 16! Her youngest sister, by some 11 years, was Pansy Kate Mason who was described as being fifth from the left in the middle row. It is a somewhat ambiguous description but I think she is standing behind the fourth girl from the left in the front row. She certainly looks like Daisy!
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