Archives, Wyndham Schools Jubilees; 1908-1971; WY.1990.257


Archives, Wyndham Schools Jubilees

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These are archival records from Wyndham District High and Primary Schools relating to their Jubilees:

School Jubilee Roll Book Decade 5, 1910-1920

List of handwritten names 1910-1920

Wyndham School Jubilee Banquet booklet 1875-1930 x 2

Wyndham School Jubilee Church Parade and Service 1931

Concert ticket 1940

Music Festival programmes 1949, 1950?, 1951, 1952, 1953

WDHS 80th Jubilee Banquet programme 1956 x 4

Wyndham School Jubilee Church Service 1956 x 2

Wyndham District High School 80th Jubilee second Circular 1956

1970 WDHS prize giving list and break up ceremony

Wyndham Schools Centennial 1975 jubilee Banquet Programme x 3

Wyndham District High School and Primary Schools 1875 - 1975
Centennial Celebrations booklet.

Book ' The Making of A School' 1875-1975

Wyndham and Districts High School and Primary School ribbon 1975 x 2

Name tag 1975 6th decade tag with Ossie Hunter's name on it.

Menzies College hand book with rules and regulations.

Newspaper cutting of the Wyndham School annual break up and prize giving 1925. Also adhered to the paper with the cutting is a ticket for the annual entertainment in the Zealandia Hall in 1905

Newspaper cutting 1932 with annual break up records for Wyndham DHS, Edendale, Menzies Ferry and Glenham Schools.

Newspaper article about the teachers from 1875 to 1930 and information on the diamond jubilee.

Wyndham District High School Magazine x 3. 1927, 1929, 1930

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Oceania, New Zealand, South Island, Southland, Wyndham

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organic, processed material, vegetal, paper
organic, processed material, vegetal, paper, card
inorganic, processed material, metal, nickel


h 430 mm x w 350 mm x d 80 mm

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Events and Parades

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