• Creator
  • Royal Normal College and Academy for the Blind
  • Created Date
  • 1860-1900
  • Description
  • A group of students at Royal Normal College create pyramid formations with their bodies by standing on each others' shoulders. Standing at the bottom of the center pyramid stands Francis Joseph Campbell's son, Guy Campbell, who went on to become the second principal of the college. The Royal Normal College was the first school for the blind to introduce pyramids as a form of recreational gymnastics. Royal Normal College for the Blind, Upper No... more
    A group of students at Royal Normal College create pyramid formations with their bodies by standing on each others' shoulders. Standing at the bottom of the center pyramid stands Francis Joseph Campbell's son, Guy Campbell, who went on to become the second principal of the college. The Royal Normal College was the first school for the blind to introduce pyramids as a form of recreational gymnastics. Royal Normal College for the Blind, Upper Norwood, England. Accession: Prepared by and presented to Perkins Institution for the Blind by Lady Francis Campbell in memory of two pleasant years (1870-1872), spent in that Institution as teacher. less
  • Format
  • Photographs
    Portraits
    Black and white photograph
  • Rights
  • Samuel P. Hayes Research Library, Perkins School for the Blind, Watertown, MA. Contact host institution for more information.