Photographs of arts and crafts classes underway at the Leicester School of Arts and Crafts, 1924. Some of the photographs appear in the 1924 prospectus, and are repeated in the 1926 prospectus. Classes shown highlight the range of subjects taught at the College and include carpentry, plumbing, architecture, cabinet making, embroidery, silversmithing, drawing, painting, bookbinding, sign writing, typography, monotype, lithography and weaving.
At some time captions and dates have been written on the reverse of the photographs, however, these appear to be inaccurate as they do not take into account their use in the prospectuses.
Also four photographs showing weaving class, 1934. These photographs are stamped with the date and Leicester Evening Mail Proof numbers 5, 6, 7 and 8. Some were used in an article on October 9 1934 showcasing the Weaving Department of the Leicester College of Arts and Crafts. The whereabouts of photographs 1 to 4 from the series is unknown.