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Friends' School Archive

  • AU TAS UTAS SPARC F4
  • Collection
  • 1884-1978

Collection consists of administrative correspondence, annual reports, minutes and financial statements regarding the schools board, and schools administration. Material relating to staff and students including the school magazine, class lists and student activities. Also included are the papers relating to the Hobartville Association from 1888 to 1910 . Also a large collection of early photographs.

Friends' School

Photograph Album

Includes Clemes family and pupils on picnic 1891, Mount Wellington bridges, Russell Falls, groups of boys, girls in white dresses, girls' cricket, school and grounds, classroom, dining room, library, laboratory, school hospital (child Dorothea Benson on bench outside), views of Hobart, Brent children on ponies, Bushy Park (including views of hop-picking and mill wheel, Shoobridge girls), Hobart Regatta, ships at wharf, kindergarten with Hettie Fitzsimmon, Friends Picnic 1904.

Friends' School

Photograph Album

Includes photographs of Mr. and Mrs. Clemes and staff, Mrs. Tanner (housekeeper) in lace cap, girls, boys, basketball, tennis, classrooms, assembly hall, laboratory, school picnics.

Friends' School

Photograph of of nine gentleman

Photograph of nine gentlemen, three seated. Photograph named. Back row Thomas Mather, Thomas Binns, Charles H Robey, Lewis May, Robert Mather, N H Propsting. Seated William Wells, J. Francis Mather & William Corben

Friends' School

Photographs

Record of students activities, including diaries, school magazines, speech nights and garden parties. A pictorial record of the spirit and progress of the school is provided by an excellent series of photographs taken by the school photographic club, established and encouraged by some of the early masters. There are many photographs of the staff and pupils, boarders and other Friends on picnic excursions, girls playing cricket, boys playing marbles, sports teams, and views of the school inside and out. Many of the photographs were taken in the 1890s. Some were used to illustrate the school magazine School Echoes, started in 1890, which also contained many contributions from pupils describing school activities and topical events

Friends' School