Browse Items (32 total)

A photograph of a Lochness Monster costume taken during the 1933 capping parade.

A photograph of Medical School professors standing on the steps of the Otago Medical School Building - Sir Louis Barnett, Sir Lindo Ferguson, Dr Daniel Colquhoun (behind), Dr William John Mullin, Dr William Stewart Weeding Roberts (in front).

Medical school seniors of 1934, including who is thought to be Jione Antonia Rabici Doviverata [Dovi], possibly the first Pacific student to graduate from the Otago Medical School in 1935.

A photograph of a group of students taken during the Medical School ball in 1937.

A montage of various photographs relating to the Medical School, including images of professors, laboratory and surgery scenes, and students studying.

A caricature of seven members of the Medical School staff, including one woman, illustrated by Russell Clark and dated October 1934.

Two photographs from a photo series on the Queen Mary Maternity Hospital. Upper: Two students in their accommodation playing a board game. Lower: A male student removing the nappy of a newborn baby. The captions read: "The students’ living room,…

Incised l.r.: Colin McCahon; verso in pencil: Composition Colin McCahon, ink, oil & watercolour on cardboard with varnish in the possession of Rodney Kennedy Esq painted in 1938.

l.l. in pencil: C.McCahon; l.r. in pencil: Portrait of Rodney Kennedy. 1939; verso in pencil: 1/-

32 in The Jack & Ethel McCahon gift to the Hocken LibraryMcCahon writes: "Colin McCahon - Saddle Hill watercolour c. 1937-38"

12 in The Jack & Ethel McCahon gift to the Hocken LibraryMcCahon writes: "Landscape from North end of Tomahawk beach, Dunedin. 9 3/4 x 11 1/2. watercolour. Signal hill in distance. These two date mid 30s - the bottom one I like-"

Lower right (l.r.) with brush: C.McC.

Verso in pencil: This way up. Colin McCahon; verso in pencil in different hand: Art School period.

Through image with brush: Gay Nineties Soirée. Dunedin Left Book Club, Saturday Nov. 18.

Lower right (l.r.) in pencil: Colin McCahon; verso: Taieri Mouth.

Lower right (l.r.) in pencil: Colin McCahon; verso: Brighton.

Lower left (l.l.) with brush: E. Polson; verso in pencil in Brasch

06 in The Jack & Ethel McCahon gift to the Hocken Library. McCahon writes: "Old chair. oil c 32 x 25 Undated but c. 1939. The actual chair eventually became the property of M.T. Woollaston when we left Mapua. Was bought at the famous second hand shop…
Output Formats

atom, dc-rdf, dcmes-xml, json, omeka-xml, rss2