CO 1069-229-42

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Where: Hhohho, Mbabane, Swaziland

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Description: Swaziland 2 Album. Education. Lady Mary Baring Opening the New Dormitory at St Marks School Mbabane.

Location: Mbabane, Swaziland

Date: 1951

Description: Education. the Rev. Forrester, Principal of St Marks, Making A Speech at the Opening of the New Dormitory By Lady Mary Baring.

Location: Swaziland

Date: 1951

Description: Education. Trade School Apprentice.

Location: Swaziland

Date: 1951

Description: Education. Mr Aldridge Principal & P.C.

Location: Swaziland

Date: 1951

Description: Education. Trade School Apprentices at Work.

Location: Swaziland

Date: 1951

Our Catalogue Reference: Part of CO 1069/229

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    Swazi Rose

    • 26/Sep/2012 13:12:58

    I went to St Marks school in the late 1960s. Their Alumni are always looking for photos of the school to preserve its history. It would be wonderful if you could scan the photos individually.