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Vaughan, Edith Margery
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Edith Margery Vaughan, born 29 September 1896, attended The Glasgow School of Art for Anatomy and Modelling classes on Wednesday and Friday afternoons in 1912-13. She was one of a group of seven young women, all from the Girls High School, who came for the same classes.
The next year, when still at the Girls High School, she continued studying Anatomy on Tuesday afternoons and Modelling on Friday afternoons.
It seems she didn't attend in 1914-15 but returned in 1915-16 to take evening classes in Design. This time she was enrolled as one of group of nine students from the College of Domestic Science. You can see more about the history of the College of Domestic Science in the Glasgow Caledonian University Archives @ https://archives.gcu.ac.uk/queens-college-glasgow-formerly-glasgow-and-west-of-scotland-college-of-domestic-science-records.
Her elder sister, Olive Mary Vaughan, also attended The Glasgow School of Art from 1910 to 1916.
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