Find of the Month – Sports Trip to Pultney Grammar, Adelaide, 1972
Twice a year a sports exchange was held with Pultney Grammar, Adelaide with Pultney visiting at Easter for tennis and cricket. This photograph shows the CGS rugby, football and debating teams flying to Adelaide. The School magazine reports that in 1972 the tennis team won but the football team was defeated in a low standard game impeded by the weather.
Letting our Hair Down
Being in lockdown provides time to explore on-line resources such as the interesting website of the State Library of Victoria. As part of a Memory Bank project, the library is collecting COVID-19 reflections on living in lockdown and isolation. One storyline is about ISO Hair and wondering how everyone is coping with closed barbers and hairdressers. Have you trimmed your fringe or beard or let it grow? Grabbed a coloring product or dye or waiting for restrictions to lift?
This got me thinking about the range of hair styles and lengths our students wore over the decades. From hair slicked back with a styling product such as Bryl cream invented in 1928. To crew cut haircuts of the 1940-50s to the long hair of the 1970s and styles for girls and women in the 1980’s with lots of volume, curls, perms and scrunchies. I hope you enjoy this trip down memory lane!
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