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Dunedin Ladies' Scottish Pipe Band (Inc.)

Collection | Ref # AG-009 | Held by Hocken Collections - Uare Taoka o Hakena

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Dunedin Ladies' Scottish Pipe Band (Inc.)

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The Dunedin Ladies Scottish Pipe Band was formed on 17 December 1947. It became an incorporated society in 1948 and affiliated with the Otago Centre in 1950. The Band's first appearance was on 28 August 1948 at the Dominion Women's Hockey Tournament. read more …

Dates covered:

1947 - 1974
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ahh happy memories of Christine, Jill and a few others in the Dunedin Ladies late 1960s. I hope you are well and happy!!
alasatir (ST Andrew's College)

Anonymous · Posted 27 November 2012

Dear Anna,

I am a PhD student (from Canada) and also a piper doing research on Ladies pipe bands in New Zealand. I am wondering if you would be available to chat about your experiences with this?

You can reach me through email easiest, if you respond to me by email I can give you my phone number as well.

Look forward to hearing from you,

Best wishes,
Erin Grant

Erin Grant · Posted 09 April 2011

Hi there - thank you for your interest in this collection. In reply to your question, no we don't have any of these photographs available online currently but you could contact us directly and order copies if you wish.

Hocken Collections
Archives & Manuscripts
Tel 64 3 479 8875
Email archives.hocken@otago.ac.nz

Anna Blackman · Posted 10 December 2009

Hello I was a piper with this asaid band.We were taughr by a Neil Monroe of Kaikora in Dunedin.I am 81 years old and there must be more of us left.After a split in the band there was another band formed, A Pearl Finnie was our pipe major and a girl Parata was our drum major.I t cost us a shilling for every lesson.If you want more information I will try to answer.

Anonymous · Posted 04 December 2009

my mother elva mctigue was in the dunedin ladies pipe band they formed a guard of honour at her wedding do you have any band photos that i can acess on line

Anonymous · Posted 08 October 2009

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