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View of St Leonard's House and classroom block.

B 88732 PO

Description View of St Leonard's House and classroom block.

Date 1940

Collection Miss Kidston

Catalogue Number B 88732 PO

Category Photographs and Off-line Digital Images

Copies SC 372130

Scope and Content East range of St Leonard's House, St Leonard's School, St Andrews, Fife St Leonard's School was originally a medieval college. This survived until 1747 when it was merged with St Salvator's College and the buildings were abandoned. In 1881, these were turned into a school. The east range of St Leonard's House (left) was built for Principal Peter Brown in around 1617. It originally contained 10 'houses', each accommodating four students, two to a floor. Source: RCAHMS contribution to SCRAN.


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