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NGĀ WHAKAAHUA ĀNO  Miscellaneous

 

This slide show displays miscellaneous photographs from various publications and donors.  If you have any photographs or images that you would like to share on this website, please contact 
St Stephens School, Bombay, 1983.
St Stephens School, Bombay, 1983.

East Coast master carver Mr Paki Harrison, left and St Stephen's School art teacher Mr Peter Boyd with the carving representing Bishop Panapa in the almost completed wharenui Te Poho o Tipene at St Stephen's School. Saturday March 5 marks the fruition of several years work transforming the assembly hall of St Stephen's School into a wharenui to be known as Te Poho o Tipene.

St Stephens School, Bombay, 1937.
St Stephens School, Bombay, 1937.

Aerial photograph taken by Whites Aviation.

St Stephens School, Bombay, 1984.
St Stephens School, Bombay, 1984.

One of the carvings installed in the wharenui at St Stephens school.

St Stephens School, Bombay, 1983.
St Stephens School, Bombay, 1983.

East Coast master carver Mr Paki Harrison, left and St Stephen's School art teacher Mr Peter Boyd with the carving representing Bishop Panapa in the almost completed wharenui Te Poho o Tipene at St Stephen's School. Saturday March 5 marks the fruition of several years work transforming the assembly hall of St Stephen's School into a wharenui to be known as Te Poho o Tipene.

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The St Stephens Old Boys Association would like to acknowledge the various collections from which these images were obtained.  We are grateful that we are able to display these images on this website to share with all Old Boys, their whānau and supporters.  We will formally acknowledge the source if requested.  We apologise for any unintentional errors associated with details of the images, and accordingly we invite feedback to amend this oversight.  Please email the website contact to send feedback. 

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