High schools - New Zealand - Manawatū-Whanganui Region

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Date: 1926-1928 Description: Marjory Bell compiled this album from 1926 to 1928 when she attended Wanganui Girls' College. Most of it focuses on the pupils, some of their outside activi...
Date: Between 1923 and 1928 Description: Panoramic view showing a group portrait of staff and pupils lined up in three rows on the lawn in front of Wanganui Girls' College. Large two-storeyed wooden...
Date: Between 1923 and 1928 Description: Panoramic view looking down across gardens to a line of college buildings above a sloping lawn. Several three-storeyed, interspersed with smaller single-stor...
Date: Between 1923 and 1928 Description: Panoramic view showing a group portrait of staff and pupils lined up in three rows on the lawn in front of Wanganui Girls' College. Large two-storeyed wooden...
Date: 1915-1955 Description: Includes - Portrait of Eric Warner, ca 1950. Unidentified group of children, 1930s. Unidentified group of men, 1950s. Man and woman crossing a river on a fly...
Date: 1971 Description: Includes programme for the commemoration event at which a tree was planted by Sir Richard Wild, Chief Justice. The toast list shows the names of those who pr...
Date: 1971 Description: Presentation album compiled for the occasion of opening Porritt House at Wanganui Collegiate School. Shows school buildings under construction in 1910, and ...
Date: 1938 By: Kelly, Bertie Fleming, 1888-1962 Description: Includes site plan, details of flagpole; laboratory details of fume cupboard, practice tables, demonstration table and storage cupboards; general layout plan...
Date: 1914-1919 Description: Record of Arthur Porritt's years at Wanganui College. Photographs include - Sports teams. The whole school. House groups. The staff. The cadet corps. A...
Date: 1977 By: Palmerston North Boys' High School Description: Booklet centre spread lists the programme for the evening, compered by Philip Liner of Radio New Zealand. Other pages contain a message from the mayor Brian ...