Woodford House

Schoolgirls at Woodford House

Schoolgirls at Woodford House

Woodford House

Woodford House, Havelock North

Built in 1911, designed by WJ Rush and James

Woodford House 1933

The founding group of the Woodford House Old Girls’ Association, 1933

Mabel Hodge was overjoyed when her dream of such an organisation was realised.

Seated in front row from left – Joan W Williams, Jacqueline Ormond, Hazel Bell, Gwen Stevenson, Miss Holland, Margaret Hope, Miss Hodge, Maud Lowe, Jocelyn Branson

Woodford House 1962

Woodford House school buildings and swimming pool, Havelock North

Processing date of slide March 1962

Woodford House

Woodford House, Havelock North, possibly in 1940s

Woodford House Basketball Team

Woodford House basketball team

Damaged negative

Woodford House Chapel

Interior of Woodford House Chapel, Havelock North

Woodford House Chapel 1962

Altar window and rose window from interior of chapel at Woodford House, Havelock North

Processing date of slides March 1962

Woodford House Chapel

Woodford House Chapel, Havelock North

Woodford House Dinner 1937

Woodford House Old Girls Association dinner at Hawke’s Bay Farmers Tearooms, corner of Market and Queen Streets, Hastings, 1937
Mabel Hodge, the first principal, is at the head of the table on left, against the back wal

Woodford House Hockey Team

Woodford House hockey team

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Woodford House Pupils

Woodford House pupils

Woodford House Swimming Sports 1935

Woodford House swimming sports 1935

Article in “Auckland Weekly News”, 18 December 1935 –

END OF THE SCHOOL YEAR AT A LEADING NEW ZEALAND GIRLS’ COLLEGE: SWIMMING SPORTS HELD AT WOODFORD HOUSE, HAVELOCK NORTH, HAWKE’S BAY
A general view of the grounds of Woodford House last Friday, when the swimming sports held in the new school baths formed one of the main break-up functions. The pool is in a natural amphitheatre below the main school building.

Woodford House Tennis Team

Woodford House tennis team

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