Collection: SC MS Forsyth: David Forsyth Papers

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Title: David Forsyth Papers

Level: Collection 

Classmark: SC MS Forsyth

Creator(s): Forsyth, David (1844-1934)

Date: 1865-1930s

Size and medium: 1 box; 2 volumes

Persistent link: https://explore.library.leeds.ac.uk/special-collections-explore/397480 

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Scrapbooks, notes, translations and family papers of David Forsyth. Comprises three accessions: MS 338, MS 1747, MS 1957

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David Forsyth (1844-1934), a pioneering educationist, was a successful headmaster of the Leeds Central High School (1889-1918), and received an honorary degree from the University of Leeds in 1915 for his extensive contribution to improving education in higher grade schools.

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