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Notes on the Geography of New Zealand: Dunedin 2 (Institutional): Photo 21

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It's housed in the Dalrymple Building, which opened in 1910 and is named for Miss Learmonth Whyte Dalrymple, one of those women on whom so much social progress depends. She fought through the 1860s for the creation of a girls' high school at a time when... well, you know the wretched rest.

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