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Winfried Hartwig has generously contributed more of his
substantial collection of photos from his days at Totteridge
— displayed here and on the Pages that follow.


Note: A list of Totteridge staff and students can be found in the St Edward's Apendix. (click here)



(source & commentary: Winfried Hartwig)

St. Edward's College, Totteridge (1970)

(L-R) : André Filion, Don Anderson, Clement Forestier





(source & commentary: Winfried Hartwig)

St. Edward's College, Totteridge (1970) -

(L-R) : Don Anderson, Sister Patricia, Fr Marcel Boivin
busy in the kitchen. (Thanks to Maurice)


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(source & commentary: Winfried Hartwig)


St. Edward's College, Totteridge (1971)

(L-R) : Sister Patricia, Freddy Zufferi, Sister Dolores, Karin

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(source & commentary: Winfried Hartwig)

St. Edward's College, Totteridge (1970) Manor-House-Group

(L-R) : Francesco ?, Fr Hans Schrenk, Sr ——, Sr Marianne (from South Tirol)

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(source & commentary: Winfried Hartwig)

St. Edward's College, Totteridge (1970)

Jürgen Pelz singing: "All the birds are flying up high!” with visitors after Mass,

(L-R) : ——, Sister Marianne

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(source & commentary: Winfried Hartwig)

The dear old Ford Anglia with the Radlett-group from Totteridge (1970)

(L-R) : Maurice Billingsley, Winfried Hartwig, Andre Filion, Clement Forestier

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(source & commentary: Winfried Hartwig)

St. Edward's College, Totteridge (1970)

(L-R) : Winfried Hartwig, Don Anderson, Philip Mason
going to Mill Hill for lectures with the new Ford Minibus.

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(source & commentary: Winfried Hartwig)

St. Edward's College, Totteridge - The new Ford Minibus (1970)

(L-R) : Don Anderson, Roberto Bellani



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(source & commentary: Winfried Hartwig)

St. Edward's College, Totteridge (1969/70)

(L-R) : Bernhard Hagen, Claude Laliberté

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(source & commentary: Winfried Hartwig)

Chapel of St. Edward's College, Totteridge (1971)

(L-R) :
Roger Brown (conducting), Pierre Béné, Claude Laliberte, Fr Isidor Sanchez,
John Crone?, ——, ——, Johan Miltenburg, Hans Schering (L-R).

(Thanks to Maurice)


Maurice writes (August 2011) :
"I just met one of the Franciscans, Fr Patrick, who was a novice with John Crone.

John went to South Africa, where the friars were trying to fly below the radar,
educating their black students quietly. John, apparently, was more vocal and
made the country too warm for himself, and ended up back in London,
working for Cafod. But has since disappeared from Patrick's ken.."