St. Paul Catholic High School (Burma)

Figure 1.--Here we have a Catholic group at St. Paul's Catholic High School in 1955. The boys wear white shirts and both white and colored shirts. Some boys wear traditional skirt wraps.

We do not yet have a page on Burmese schools. We do note St Paul's High School a Catholic school in Rangoon established duringbthe British colonial period. We have a class photo taken in 1957 and a photo showing a Catholic group at the school in 1955. We do not know if the school still exists.


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