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What sort of faith enables a man to risk all and send his irreplaceable photos of days
at St Columba's and The Priory across the sea from Victoria, Australia, to these distant shores ?
John Hennebry did just that — and here is the proof that they arrived safe and sound.

Thank you, John.



(source: John Hennebry)

"View from the Junior dorm at The Priory, end window
,
looking out on to the primary school below
which was used occasionally for basketball."

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(source: John Hennebry)

Annabelle
, waiting for the following to board her (L-R) :
Tom Hillas, Tom Maxfield, Robert Shaw, Jon Smit,
Tom Osowski, Pail Glover, Charlie Savage and John Hennebry.

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(source: John Hennebry)

Paul Glover and the late Sean Hughes (right)
Note the V for Victory sprouting out of Paul's head.


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(source: John Hennebry)

Left :
John Hennebry and his mother by the Tweed, Easter 1963
Right :
on the St Columba's playing field, on the same occasion.

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(source: John Hennebry)

Easter 1963 again, when parents came to visit
Taken by John Hennebry's father as the train was
about to depart from St Boswell's for Edinburgh

(L-R) :
JohnMcGonagle, Paddy Gritton, John Hennebry and Billy Tonner

"Having waved my parents goodbye we walked to Glashiels and back—
possibly with assistance fromthe odd (forbidden) hitch-hike here and there."


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(source: John Hennebry)

The Priory Quad :
Jim McLaughlin and Robert Shaw

I see that the climbing bars were still there near the entrance to the Gym.