A Letter from the Governor-General
The text of a letter of congratulations of 20 June 1932 from the Governor-General of the Dominion of New Zealand, Lord Bledisloe.
On His Majesty's Service
The envelope for the letter from the Governor-General. It did not require a stamp, as it bears a seal with the Royal Coat of Arms and the words Government House.
An Undated Newspaper Report
An account of the award of the Earl Roberts Imperial Cadet Trophy.
Having a Ball
Masters and their wives at the Old Boys' Ball at the Peter Pan Cabaret 1937. The masters are; EH (Ted) Boulton, JH (Jack) Jenkin, WRH (Bill) Martin, MD (Murray) Nairn, JG (Goldie) Brown.
The Peter Pan was at the top end of Queen St, on the east side.
School House Plate
This School House side plate was used at thetop table at the old School House at 807 New North Road.
It is a gift of the late Ron Hemus, who was Senior Housemaster for thirteen years.
Newel Post - Old School House
This newel post was at the foot of the stairs of the old School House at 807 New North Road. It was "rescued" by a House Boy, and returned to the School much later. It now stands inside the front door of the present School House.
It is one of only two known wooden artifacts associated with the old House.The other is the original sign, which is framed and hangs in the new House.