Roy Andrews (1884-1960) was an explorer, and long-time curator and director of the American Museum of Natural History. His Asiatic Zoological Expedition of 1916-17 was written up in his "Camps and Trails in China". The pagoda on the cover is found at…
An early advertisement for the Speight’s Brewery in Dunedin printed in the Capping Carnival Magazine from August 1919. The consumption of vast quantities of beer has always been an activity associated with student life.
A photograph of the crowd in the Octagon watching a capping parade. Male students dressed in women’s clothing can be seen at the bottom of the photo.
Photograph published in the Otago Witness, date currently unknown.
A photograph of the 1910 capping band members. Several of the male students are dressed in women’s clothing while another is dressed as a clown. It was not until 1947 that female students appeared in the capping show.
A photograph of the Men’s Athletic Team for the Easter Tournament of 1910 or 1911. The students are wearing their uniforms which have a large O stitched onto the chest. They are also photographed with their awards and trophies.
Photograph of the Otago University debating and tennis teams in 1904. Back row, standing left to right, J. Miller, F. Borrie, W.A. Fairclough. Middle row, seated left to right, L.T. Burnard, Miss R. Utting, Dr Te Rangi Hiroa, T. Neave. Front row,…
A view of the first Dental School building that would later house the Law Library and then the University Staff Club. The photograph shows the position of the building in relation to the Clocktower and Registry buildings.