Anaroa School Pupils 1906

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Written on board  – “Anaroa School, Oct 1906”

Photo caption – “Photo By A.W. Longley”

Arthur William Sharland Longley was the teacher/photographer.

Anaroa School was open until 1912, according to “Behind Every School – The History of the Hawke’s Bay Education Board” by Kay Matthews, 1988.

From “Early Stations of Hawke’s Bay” by Miriam McGregor, 1970 – ‘…He [Henry Carlson] also built the Anaroa post office, and the Anaroa school which served the children of his thirty employees. The mill was worked for about eight years…’


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