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English: View over the Tradescant boarding house and The School Library. Both were built by William Butterfield in 1848 as the main accommodation block and library for the students of St Augustine’s Missionary College. The cloister was later converted into addition rooms and acquired by The King's School in 1976 when it became Tradescant, and the library was moved to this present location in 1990.
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