This booklet is titled Vere Foster's Copy Books: Lettering Plain and Ornamental, and dates to the early 1900s. The booklet was mostly unused, but on one page, some of the lettering examples have been cut out and put together on another page to form the word "guest" (attached with a pin).
This is a red booklet, with the St Leonard's School crest on the front in gold. Inside are several songs or poems about and dedicated to the school. On the back page, the lyrics to "We Three Kings of Orient Are" are handwritten. There is also a handwritten insert of Christmas Carols for an event in 1920.
This item is a scrapbook from Dorothy Dick's time at St. Leonard's School for Girls. It includes pictures, report cards, social event programmes, certificates, wax seals, and lists of teachers and friends.
This photo album is black and includes many small photographs of Dorothy Dick's time at St. Leonard's School for Girls. The photos are of different activities and teams, as well as Dorothy's friends, and areas around St Andrews.