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WOLVERHAMPTON GRAMMAR SCHOOL
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HE Memorial screen is of carved English Oak in the
Renaissance Period style. On the four panels of the
screen are carved the names of the One Hundred and Two
Old Boys who fell in the Great War. The central panel
bears the inscription: "1914-1q19.
Thei-r names liveth
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ev ermore."
The screen was designed and executed by Messrs. Bridgman, of
Lichfield.
The ceremony took place on February 1st, I922, Colonel John V.
Campbell, V.C., C.M.C., D.S.O., performing the unveiling.
It is situated at the extreme end of the " Big School." The carving
is boldly and artistically executed.
WOLVERHAMPTO GRAMMAR SCHOOL MEMORIAL
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