2 edition of Morongo; a history of the Presbyterian Girls" College found in the catalog.
Morongo; a history of the Presbyterian Girls" College
1969 by Lothian Publishing Company for the Council of the College in [Melbourne .
Written in English
|Contributions||Presbyterian Girls" College. Council.|
|LC Classifications||LG718.G46 C68|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||113|
|LC Control Number||74167430|
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The Morongo Presbyterian Girls' College was opened on its new site on 27 October by the Governor-General, Lord Stonehaven. It was established at Bell Post Hill in John Calvert’s Morongo mansion, built in The property was sold to the Presbyterian Church in October by J F Guthrie.Morongo: a history of the Presbyterian Girls' College Geelong, Victoria, Australia / authorised by the Council of the College Lothian Melbourne Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.
History of Morongo' from its foundation in to its Jubilee in o. This book contains the History of Morongo over this period, but perhaps more important, it tells the story of those men, the founders of the school and the members of the Council, who had sufficient vision and.
Subject: Morongo. Special Attributes: 1St Edition. MORONGO THE FIRST FIFTY YEARS Doreen Cowperthwaite ( First Edition) $39 A History of the Presbyterian Girls College, Geelong, Victoria The early history of Geelong is also early history of Morongo, the homestead, as the following extracts show.
Morongo provided a good solid education where women were encouraged to excel in all fields. Morongo Girls' College closed at the end ofand the site is now occupied by Kardinia International College. A book on the school's history was commissioned and. Morongo Presbyterian Girls' College, Geelong [microform] Geelong College: fees and outfit; To commemorate the opening of the Royal Australian Naval College, Geelong by his Excellency the Governor Prospectus of Alexandra College: day and boarding school for girls, Hamilton, Victoria.
A book on the school's history was commissioned and published by the school council in Morongo Girls' College was associated with Geelong College. The Geelong College is now the care taker of artefacts from old girls include Rebecca Maddern and Disability Advocate, Rosemary Crossley.
Morongo Presbyterian Girls' College, Geelong was a girl's private school, offering education from Kindergarten through to Year It was originally established as 'Miss Harris' Newtown Ladies School', then 'Roslyn' situated on LaTrobe Terrace before it finally moved to Bell Post Hill in when it adopted the name 'Morongo'.
daughters to the school Morongo Girls College and the most recent building complex, The Laird Centre, is named after him.
Laird and Buchan were the architects responsible for the design, construction and maintenance of the majority of schools built environment, and remained so for many decades.
KARDINIA International College was for many years Morongo Presbyterian Girls College and the homestead that formed the core of the school was first occupied in Author: Peter Begg.
A History of the Presbyterian Girls’ College, Geelong, Victoria The early history of Geelong is also early history of Morongo, the homestead, as the following extracts show. The story of the settlement of Geelong, the Moorabool, and the Upper Werribee is woven around the names of Stieglitz, Cowie, Stead, Belcher and Atkinson.
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Morongo; a history of the Presbyterian Girls' College, Geelong, Victoria, Australia, / Doreen Cowperthwaite The story of The Hermitage: the first fifty years of the Geelong Church of England Girls' Grammar School / by Ivan Southall ; illustrated by Jean Carson. The jug and certificate were owned by Morongo Presbyterian Girls' College which closed in It joined a collection of porcelain donated to the school in by Mr Norman Clark.
Mr Clark believed that an important facet in the education of girls was to be surrounded by beautiful objects of art. Physical Description. Printed A3 sized. Geelong Presbyterian Girls' College, € Kardinia International College, € MORONGO, € Morongo Girls College, € Hermes Number Property Number History Associated People: Owner JOHN CALVERT; JAMES FRANCIS GUTHRIE Owner GUTHRIE, J F; Plaque Citation Built in for John Calvert to a design by Joseph Shaw, this residence.
In the meantime, the idea of founding an independent Presbyterian boys school remained popular, and funding was finally secured after the War after persistent leadership and fundraising by John Seymour, a Presbyterian minister, who also helped to found Presbyterian Ladies College, now Seymour College.
According to the College's incorporation, the initial funds were provided by "members of. This jug (and certificate of authentication) were owned by Morongo Presbyterian Girls' College which closed in It joined a collection of porcelain donated to the school in by Mr Norman Clark. Mr Clark believed that an important facet in the education of girls was to be surrounded by beautiful objects of art.
Physical Description. This is a List of Old Collegians of PLC Melbourne – known as "P.L.C Old Collegians" - of the Presbyterian Church school, Presbyterian Ladies' College, Melbourne in Burwood, Victoria, Australia.
InThe Sun-Herald named Presbyterian Ladies' College, Melbourne the best girls' school in Australia based on the number of its alumni mentioned in Who's Who in Australia. One year earlier, inthe Presbyterian Girls’ College (PGC) opened its doors as a boarding and day school with 53 pupils.
Local families, the DeConlay’s and Shilliday’s were seen as the founding fathers of the PGC as they wished for their daughters to have a Presbyterian education and didn’t want to send them to Toowoomba. Available now at - Hardcover - Wendy Black,1st ed. - - Dust Jacket Included - h/c + d/j, pages, illustrated, has scuffs and marks to top right corner of the cover, some light stains to d/j, general wear.
Lucy Shaw was the headmistress of the Presbyterian Girls' College, Morongo, Geelong. History. The Presbyterian Girls' College and The Scots College were established as boarding schools for girls and boys in and respectively, by Messrs.
DeConlay, R. Shilliday, and W. Black, to serve the needs of the large Scottish population in the area and provide a solid Presbyterian education. The two separate schools were amalgamated inand this new co Denomination: Uniting Church.
Knox Grammar School is an independent Uniting Church day and boarding school for boys, located in Wahroonga, New South Wales, an Upper North Shore suburb of Sydney, d in by the Presbyterian Church of Australia as an all-boys school, and named after John school has since grown, branching out into a large Senior School and a Preparatory School, enrolling.
Victorian Heritage Database place details - 12/5/ MORONGO Location: Other names Geelong Presbyterian Girls' College, Kardinia International College, MORONGO, Morongo Girls College History. Morongo Girls' College was a Presbyterian school for girls, founded in on Bell Post Hill near Geelong, on the site of an original homestead (called Morongo The founding Principal was Miss Gertrude Pratt BA, the second Principal was Miss Shaw BA (Qld)and Miss Dulcie Brookshaw was the third headmistress.
Crosslight is a monthly newspaper for people who have a link with the Uniting Church. The paper is based at the church’s Victorian and Tasmania Synod Office in Melbourne. It is not just about. 1 Presbyterian Girls College [Morongo] 1 Sacred Heart College. Client’s Accounts. 5 History of Bright & Hitchcocks Pty Ltd, 5pp offprint Victorian Centenary Book, – /5 6 Press cuttings, and ms.
Copies of cuttings and book references - Reynolds was called to St David's, Newtown, Geelong inwhere his congregation included boarders from Morongo Presbyterian Girls School and Geelong : Joan Waters. Presbyterian College is governed by a member board of trustees.
The College is led by President Robert (Bob) Staton ’68 and a leadership team that oversees academics, advancement, campus life, enrollment and marketing, diversity and inclusion, human resources, and athletics. Read more about the Leadership Team» The Promise of PC.
Bev’s early life was in Newtown, Geelong, and she attended the Morongo Presbyterian Girls College primary school. Her father was an adventurous business man and farmer, always looking out for a new opportunity; I reckon Bev inherited his “get up and go”.
When her dad moved to Yeppoon in Queensland, the family moved too. Oklahoma Presbyterian College for Girls, Durant, Oklahoma Date between and Date Note Date based on the earliest and latest dates of the Lindquist collection. Measurements 4 5/8 x 6 1/2 in. Item Number Format photographs Annotation on Front Oklahoma Presbyterian College for girls Durant, Okla.
Annotation on Back. During her younger years Alison and her family lived at Apollo Bay. She attended “Morongo” Presbyterian Girls College in Geelong before commencing nursing training at the Alfred Hospital, Prahran, where she rose to the position of Deputy Director of Nursing (Education).
Columba College is a private Presbyterian girls school in Maori Hill, a fashionable suburb of Dunedin. The grey stone Bishops Court building sat formidably on the rise overlooking the city and overlooked the girls strict education. It housed the principals office and a number of dormitories such as Melrose, Selwyn, Ross, Solway and Girton.
For other schools of the same name, see Presbyterian Ladies College (disambiguation). Presbyterian Ladies College, Perth Latin: Labore Et Honore By Work and With Honour.
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Founded at Presbyterian College on Februthe Kappa Beta Chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha has represented an association that seeks to create life-long friendships, a strong bond connected by sisters, serve their sisters as well as those surrounding them, and ultimately grow to create a noble and pure womanhood in the world.
Representing. She taught history for thirteen years at the Presbyterian Ladies College, Croydon, before becoming senior mistress, inat the Presbyterian Ladies College at Pymble. InMackness was the founding Headmistress of the Presbyterian Girls College, Warwick, where she remained until her retirement in /5.
Pymble Ladies' College, (also known as PLC), is an independent, non-selective, day and boarding school for girls, located in Pymble, a suburb in the North Shore of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Twenty hectares in size, the grounds of the College feature a 50m swimming pool, gymnasium, several fields, tennis courts, an agriculture plot, library, buildings dedicated to specific subjects.
She attended a small local primary school then went to Presbyterian Girls' College (now Seymour College) in Adelaide where she won the Tennyson Medal for English in After a year's break from study Matthews enrolled in an Arts course at the University of Adelaide, graduating with a first class Honours Degree in English Language and.
Scotch College, Adelaide. Quite the same Wikipedia. Just better.Quarterly Newsletter Number 61 February Page 4. RESOURCES IN OUR LIBRARY RE EDUCATION; Beverford School History SCH Boigbeat P.S. - SCH Boort State School No History of the Presbyterian Girls School, Geelong. (Morongo). SCH Morongo; Prebyterian Girls School.
SCH Moulamein Central School.Knox Grammar School is an independent Uniting Church day and boarding school for boys, located in Wahroonga, New South Wales, an Upper North Shore suburb of Sydney, Australia. Founded in by the Presbyterian Church of Australia as an all-boys school, and named after John Knox.
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