Item 082 - TTI students and staff during Jubileee

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TTI students and staff during Jubileee


  • 1945 (Creation)

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The Foreign Missions Committee was established by the "Southern Church" of the Presbyterian Church in New Zealand. The Southern Church was represented by the Presbyterian Synod of Otago and Southland and was based on the Free Church of Scotland ideals.
The Foreign Mission Committee was elected to take charge of missionary activities for the "Southern Church" of the Presbyterian Church in New Zealand. This included administering all foreign mission appointments and matters and organising an annual mission collection to support missionaries in the field.

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General note:Presbyterian Research Centre, Knox College Information: Accession number:GA/1Description:Group Photo, In Front Of The School Building, Of Students And Staff Of The Tangoa Training Institute During The Jubilee, 1945.
Left: Rev J W P Gillan, B.A., Principal. Right: Mr Adam Wilson, Assistant.
Back Row Of Five: Third From Left Is Manai Of Fila; Next Pastor Moses Of Tongoa.
Main Row Standing (From Left): Rev J W P Gillan B.A. Principal, John Paama, Vitu Of Wailapa, Timothy Of Burumba, Mahit Of Paama, Lonis Of Erakor, Nar Of Hog Harbour, Moses Of Paama, Fred Of SW Bay, Jimmy Karongo Of Fila, John Bur Of Hog Harbour, Mahlon Of Mele, _____, Merae Of W Santo, Barnabas Narueng Of White Sands Tanna, Pastor Kalorib Of Wala, Singon Of SW Bay, Samuel Of Malo, Edward Of Fila, Toasusu Of Tasiriki, Tening Of SW Bay, Viji Of Araki, Salerua Of Tangoa, Harry Of Narango, Vutilolo Of Tangoa, Willie Of Ambrym, Varitalo Of Araki, Mr Adam Wilson, Assistant.
Seated (From Left): Johnny Of Ambrym, Yangan Of Paama, Selwyn Of Maskelynes, Shem Of SW Bay, Alec Masing Of SW Bay, Tangis Of Shark Bay, Jonathon Of SW Bay, Silas Of SW Bay, Thomson Of SW Bay, Willie Of Ambrym, Edwin Of Paama, Noel Of Hog Harbour, Bune Of Wusi, Aimbon Of Ahamb.
Seated On Ground(From Left): Yabed Of SE Ambrym, Dick Of SE Ambrym, Batick Of SE Ambrym, Triev-matan Of Nalovu, Maor Of W Santo, Ian Of Hog Harbour, Kaltapang Of Mele, Peter Of Fila, Kaltanak Of Erakor,_______, Titus Path Of Hog Harbour, ___________.Subjects:Portraits-GroupReference Number:MLS-1-NH-129

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