We use cookies to improve your experience, some are essential for the operation of this site.
Vaughan Working Men's College, Leicester
of 1

Vaughan Working Men's College, Leicester

Digital Item
Julie Thomson
This item is active and ready to use

Due to recent events we are temporarily suspending orders of physical print copies. Digital download orders will be unaffected and can still be placed. We will resume physical print orders as soon as we can. Thank you for your understanding, and if you have any queries please contact us on support@imageleicestershire.org.uk.

Vaughan Working Men's College, Leicester
Strongroom Stack 24
Vaughan Working Men's College
College from front wall; brick-built
1/2 Glass plate negative

Negatives Collection, Leicestershire Record Office

Vaughan Working Men's College was founded in Revd David Vaughan in 1862 in order to provide education for under-educated men. The College soon expanded to accept women and in 1908 moved into premises on Great Central Street (pictured). This building was demolished in the 1950s during the creation of a new road scheme, with the road (Vaughan Way) being named after it.

The inscription above the doors reads "Sirs, ye are brethren". The railings to the right are of St Nicholas Church.
Personal use only unless otherwise agreed