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09 December 20
Geoffrey McMullen OSC1956
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A photograph of Form 6A holding the Wesley College flag on Scotch College grounds. The image was taken by Geoffrey McMullen OSC1956 during his leaving year 1956.
It is believed that the Wesley students painted Scotch's Playing Fields work horse in Wesley colours after the school won a sporting carnival. In retaliation to the Scotch students took the Wesley flag by climbing the schools flag pole and took it back to Scotch College to parade through the grounds.
Geoff's donation comprises of photographs taken during his time at school, including pictures of Headmaster PC Anderson out the front of his home in Congdon Street Claremont in 1954, 1955 Interschool Swimming competition at the Crawley Baths, 1956 P.S.A. Head of the River looking out to the South Perth foreshore and the 1956 christening of the P. C. Anderson Rowing Boat at the Boatshed, Freshwater Bay Western Australia.