CATHOLIC PUBLIC SCHOOL: EVERYDAY LIFE AT AMPLEFORTH COLLEGE, YORK, ENGLAND, UK, 1943
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A wide view of the college hall at Ampleforth, taken from above, showing boys at work on private study. Just visible under the large window at the far end of the hall is the monitor, who acts as a supervisor. According to the original caption "The boys themselves, under the monitorial system, largely run the school. The Fathers interfere as little as possible".