Kōrero: Rae, Duncan McFadyen

A gathering of teachers and scholars at a New Zealand Teachers' Summer School, New Plymouth, 1930

A gathering of teachers and scholars at a New Zealand Teachers' Summer School, New Plymouth, 1930

Duncan Rae (back row, centre), founder of the New Zealand Teachers' Summer School Society, is pictured with popular lecturer J. C. Andersen (seated, left), geologist Patrick Marshall and principal Mary King (seated second and third from left), historian W. H. Skinner (fourth from left), and teacher Patrick Smyth (seated, right).

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William Renwick. 'Rae, Duncan McFadyen', Dictionary of New Zealand Biography, first published in 2000. Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, https://teara.govt.nz/mi/biographies/5r1/rae-duncan-mcfadyen (accessed 26 August 2019)