Part 02 - 1959c St Stithians College Prospectus: content

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ZA ZAR STS 2022-011-001-022-02


1959c St Stithians College Prospectus: content


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1 x printed magazine, 6p.

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(1953 -)

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Methodist school founded on a portion of the farm Driefontein by the Trust from the proceeds of the bequests of Cornishmen: Albert Charles Collins and William Mountstephens.

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Part of the collection of historic papers accumulated by the College.

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1959c St Stithians College Prospectus: content
The date of this Prospectus is estimated from the contents: it refers back to the opening of the College in 1953 and the fees are still quoted in sterling. (South Africa changed its monetary system from sterling to Rands in 1960 and later issues reflect this.)

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Copyright St Stithians College

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Archivist's note

This incomplete copy has been retained due to the scarcity of the issue.

Archivist's note

The magazine was known by this title until the 3rd issue in 1962 when it became known as the "Stythian magazine". For the complete contents see the related article linked above.

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