|Image Reference Number:||EPBW002_01|
|Title:||Wycombe Technical Institute woodcarviing workshop|
|Places:||High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom|
|Description:||B/W photographic print showing: Young men practising wood carving in a workshop. This is almost certainly a workshop at the Wycombe Technical Institute. Motto on the beam in the ceiling reads "Man May Hide Himself From You In Any Other Way But He Cannot In His Work".|
Photograph has "wood carving" written in pencil on the reverse. Edward Sweetland embossed stamp is on the mount. Date based on similar photographs in the collection.
Large cabinet in background thought to be designed by Shaw Wilson woodcarving instructor. John Rutland's thesis has colour photo of 'lockers with 'Renaisance Panels' designed by Shaw Wilson c1920.' which appears to be the same piece of furniture.
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|Copyright:||contact HWeFA for details about re-use of this image|
|Object Type:||photographic print|
|Object Dimensions (cm.):||28 x 19.5|
|Colour Type:||black and white|
|Date Catalogued:||12/02/2007 00:00|
|Auto ID Number:||32|
|Categories:||People/ Education, High Wycombe Furniture History/ 1920-1929|