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29 November 21
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A photograph belonging to Archival donor Nola Wheatley who held onto memorabilia belonging to her father Ian Tamblyn Grieve OSC1932 who attended Scotch College as a student from entry in 1927 to completion year 1932. Ian's father Andrew Grieve OSC1897 was a founding student of the College and his son Bryce Roland Grieve OSC1929 (Ian's older brother) also attended from entry in 1924 to 1927.
Ian's mother Mrs A. B. Grieve christened and named the the 'P.C. Anderson Rowing Boat' alongside Headmaster Peter Corsar Anderson at the Scotch College Boatshed located at Freshwater Bay in May 1928. The Grieve family have been schooled at Scotch College and represented the community over many generations.
The photograph depicts the 1927 - 1932 Cricket Team XI featuring Ian Grieve OSC1932 in the back row, third from right.