Board/sign used to identify a class in a school picture

Grefsen

Senior Member
English - United States
Most school class pictures that I've come across that are 30 or more years old have a board/sign in the picture that identifies the name of the school, the grade, and the year of the class. I'm curious to know what word(s) might be most appropriate to use to describe such a board/sign?

Here's the link to an example of such a class picture with a board/sign:

http://armourheightsreunion.timetra..._photos/1986_Grade_8_Rm_15_Armour_Heights.jpg
 
  • DonnyB

    Sixties Mod
    English UK Southern Standard English
    I don't think there is a name for those things: I don't recollect ever coming across one.

    In some very old class photos, the name/year is just chalked on a miniature blackboard which one or two of the kids in the middle of the front row hold up, in which case you can just say 'the [small] blackboard'.

    In the case of the photo you've posted, I'd probably say something like 'the class name board'.
     

    kentix

    Senior Member
    English - U.S.
    Is there a name for the same type of information at the bottom of an old-time mugshot?
     
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