Photograph of the first staff members of Iona College, 1914
Reference Number: 1/2-101810-F
Members of the first staff of Iona College, Havelock North photographed in 1914 by an unknown photogrpherThe man at centre back with beard is Hugh Campbell who donated land for the school. The man at the back to the right is Reverend R D B Waugh who was the College Council Chairman from 1914-1930. The Head mistress, Mary Isabel Fraser, is sitting fourth from the right in the front row, and the art teacher, Miss L M Seaward, is sitting second from the left in the frint row.Other staff (not named in any relation to their order in the photograph) are: Miss Eayres, Miss Gun, Misses Hanham, Miss Livingstone, Miss Macalister, Miss MacLeod, Miss Stevenson, Miss White, and Miss Treadwell (Secretary).
1 image, related to Mary Hanham, Hugh Campbell, Mary Isabel Fraser, Laura M Seaward, Rev R D B Waugh, Eayres (Miss) 1914, Gun (Miss) 1914, Livingstone (Miss) 1914, Macalister (Miss) 1914, MacLeod (Miss) 1914, Stevenson (Miss) 1914, White (Miss) 1914, Teadwell (Miss) 1914, Iona College (Havelock North), Havelock North, High school teachers, Women teachers, Teachers - New Zealand - Hawke's Bay Region and Schools - New Zealand - Hawke's Bay Region.
Payne, Judith :Albums and negatives relating to Iona College, Reference Number PAColl-5535 (18 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w original negative(s)Film negative. Single negative
Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted
Other copies available: File print available in Turnbull Library Pictures3. Hawkes Bay Co. Havelock North. Schools. Iona College. 1914(PFP-019605)
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