Diamond Jubilee Exhibition (A look Back) Part 4

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May 1959. Almost the last Summer of the all-male College. Much of the Victorian detail survives, but the ivy has not reappeared or been replaced.


card-6-part-2May 1959. Men stroll past the 1930 three-classroom block, also called the #Lecture Loggia’ west of the main building where the Herbert Jerman Building now stands.


card-6-part-4c 1976, two Art students leading a group on the Terrace provide a contrast with their predecessors in 1959. The Herbert Jarman building, just visible beyond, come into use in September 1963.

 

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From 1960 to 1980 change was rapid not only in student gender and appearance, contrasting with the many ex-National servicemen of the 1950s, but also in the main building now shorn of almost all its architectural roof details.

 

 

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