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Young girl of Springfield Primary School in Belfast, playing a game of marbles with her

Young girl of Springfield Primary School in Belfast, playing a game of marbles with her


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Young girl of Springfield Primary School in Belfast, playing a game of marbles with her

Young girl of Springfield Primary School in Belfast, playing a game of marbles with her friends in the school playground.
6th March 1975

Reveille
Mirrorpix
Belfast
Northern Ireland

Media ID 21413934

© Mirrorpix

Games Girl Hobby Pupils


EDITORS COMMENTS
In this print from Memory Lane Prints, we are transported back to the 1970s, where a young girl from Springfield Primary School in Belfast is engrossed in a game of marbles with her friends. The image captures the essence of childhood innocence and carefree joy as these pupils embrace the simple pleasure of playtime. Set against the backdrop of their school playground, this snapshot showcases not only a delightful moment but also highlights the importance of education and social interaction during that era. It serves as a reminder that beyond textbooks and exams, children found solace in games like marbles – fostering friendships, honing strategic thinking skills, and nurturing their sense of competition. The girl's concentration is palpable; her eyes fixed on her target marble while she skillfully flicks another one with precision. Surrounding her are other eager participants eagerly awaiting their turn or cheering each successful shot. Their smiles radiate pure happiness amidst laughter echoing through the air. This photograph encapsulates an era when technology was yet to dominate our lives; it reminds us how children once reveled in outdoor activities without distractions. It evokes nostalgia for simpler times when hobbies such as playing marbles were cherished pastimes rather than relics lost to modernity. As we admire this timeless image captured by Mirrorpix on March 6th, 1975, let us appreciate its historical significance – celebrating both childhood memories and the power of youthful camaraderie within educational settings.

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