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Master's House at Watford Boys Grammar School

A Grade II Listed Building in Watford, Hertfordshire

Master's House, Watford Boys' Grammar School in 1912.

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This postcard view of the western half of the 300-foot, neo-Georgian fa├žade, which includes the original "Master's House" as a link-detached structure, was taken shortly after the Boys' Grammar School was opened on Rickmansworth Road, March 20, 1912. This image is reproduced courtesy of the Terry Trainor Collection. I have no record of the house being occupied by the Headmaster after 1922 (William Carter 1912-14 and Harold Nicholson 1914-22). In the foreground are the newly-terraced slopes leading up from Rickmansworth Road to the main building on its commanding site, with a south-easterly aspect.

Uploaded by John Swain on 7 June 2019

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