Items accumulated during Bill Moir's high school years. Items include: 1) Publications 2) Prospectus 3) Matric and OSA dinner programmes/menus 4) Programmes of Athletics meetings 5) Christmas cards and Carol service programme 6) Art and Photographic Exhibitions catalogues 7) Magazine article on St Stithians 8) Correspondence - circulars 9) Foundation Day address transcript 10) Newspaper cuttings 11) Sports team photographs 12) Programmes of special events 13) OSA correspondence 14) Dramatic production programme 15) Invitations to various events 16) Prefect induction programme 17) OSA tie and OSA cuff links 18) 2 x incomplete copies of the College Chronicles, 1962. Complete digital copies are available elsewhere in the archive.
Physical photographs in the collection include all those that have been identified in full or in part. Identification includes a reference to the page on which the specific photograph occurs in the Stythian magazine where relevant (e.g. ST p123); NIS for a formal photograph that does not appear in the Stythian magazine; and TBI for a photograph which has either been identified in part (by year at least), but for which some aspect requires further identification or requires complete identification. As at November 2020, digital images from 1953 to 1991 have been loaded.
The albums contain assorted photographs, newspaper cuttings, invitations to formal events and programmes of school productions as well as occasional photographs of sports teams and dramatic productions. For detailed contents see individual albums. Some albums also contain newspaper articles (NCs) pertaining to the Boys' College as well as the Boys' Prep. However, as the majority of the album contents pertain to the BP, all items are included in this BP collection, with reference made to BC items where relevant.
The content of each issue varies and includes articles of interest to boys at the time, photographs and original drawings, as well as essays, obituaries and tributes and reports on some school events. The Chronicles provide insight into the thinking and interests of schoolboys in the earlier 1960s as well as a record of the life of the school from a boy's perspective.
For each issue of the Chronicle: a) Part 01 is the cover image b) Parts 2-4 are the contents pages (up to 3 pages) c) Parts 5 onward are a few individual articles highlighted and indexed for their specific content. d) The last part is the pdf versions of the articles in ensuing pages.
1952 Aerial photographs showing the St Stithians property after the initial earthworks and before the start of construction of the buildings. Extracts from Derek Kyle's autobiography. Letter from Mel Wessels accompanying donation.
This collection includes a selection of photographs taken of the Girls' College and the Girls' Prep. The girls' schools were known collectively as the Collegiate from the time of the appointment of the first staff in 1994, up until the renaming of the campus schools into the current divisions in 2000. The earlier images included in this Collection were digitised from albums compiled by the staff between 1994 and the emergence of born digital photographs in the early 2000s. With the proliferation of digital images, the selection of images will reflect the activities of the GC and the GP in any particular year.
The Harris Album - a visual record of the early history of the school. The Harris letters - printed and bound copies of the letters sent by EM Harris to his sister in England describing the day by day events that took place in the first eight years of the College.
The Collection consists of 2 albums, a box of correspondence and a few loose printed items and photographs. These include: 1) Printed items, particularly those relating to the Rand Aid Association of which Leake was a longstanding chairman and Methodist Churches in Johannesburg. Some brochures refer to Mountcollins House, which was named after Leake's association with the founding benefactors of the College; 2) Monochrome photographs including formal portraits, family photographs and incidental photographs; 3) Newspaper cuttings mostly related to the contribution that Leake made over his many years of involvement in the College, in the Rand Aid Association and the Methodist Church as well as a few social occasions; 4) Artefacts include Leake's passport and cards used to promote his candidacy in a Transvaal provincial election. 5) Correspondence acknowledging Leake's contribution to the development of Johannesburg and the Rand Aid Association. 6) Original certificates and licences issued to Leake and dating back to 1896. 7) Documents of the Wesleyan Church Trust.
Papers reflecting Henning's time as the third Head of St Stithians College. Series 1: Correspondence and other papers between 1977 and 1982 relating to Mark Henning's battle on behalf of the College to have black students admitted to the College.
Items include: 1) programmes of the early events at the BC during the time that Norman was a pupil (1953-1964); 2) early items of the Parents' Association on which Mr J J Tickton served; 3) photographs including those of the first classes at the College; 4) Correspondence including invitations, a Christmas greeting card and a letter
School magazines recording the life and activities of the BC and BP between 1953 and 1995. Beyond 1995, each school produced their own magazine, with the BC retaining the name "Stythian". The BP produced a yearbook until 2000 with a gap until 2018, when publication of a yearbook was resumed. School magazines for the Collegiate covered both GC and GP for the years 1995 to 1999 and thereafter the GC and GP produced their own Yearbook. There is no magazine for the Junior Prep.
This fonds consists of 34 monochrome and 2 colour photographs taken during the time Clegg was on the staff of the College. The documents include 3 programmes from performances of the St Stithians Singers.
This collection includes: 1) Union of South Africa. Department of Education. Teachers' Provisional First Class Certificate awarded to W G A Mears, dated March 1920 2) University of South Africa Master of Arts Degree certificate, March 1928 awarded to WGA Mears. 3) University of Cape Town. Citation accompanying the awarding of the Honorary Master of Education degree to WGA Mears. [undated] 4) Compliments slip accompanying the UCT citation. 5) WGA Mears letter to Mr Dunn, 1st May 1974. 6) WGA Mears letter to Mr Dunn, [undated] 7) Account of Mears' Epic Ride and accompanying note.