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Scarfie Flats Of Dunedin

Sarah Gallagher

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In the pages of Scarfie Flats of Dunedin, Sarah Gallagher shares some of the stories of these flats, how they got their names, who lived in them and what life was like there.

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Hardback
Release Date
25 Jan 2019
Publisher
Imagination Press
ISBN-13
9780995110441
Format
Hardback
Release Date
25 Jan 2019
Publisher
Imagination Press
ISBN-13
9780995110441

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24 Jan 2019

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Scarfie Flats Of Dunedin

Noun. Scarfie (plural scarfies) New Zealand slang…a university student, especially one from the University of Otago.
The term scarfies comes from the nickname given to students as they wore blue and gold scarves in cold Otago winters in support of the Otago Rugby Football Union. Anyone who has studied at Otago University will have countless stories of their student days and various fl ats and their colourful names and lifestyles. There’s been a movie and now there is this book that investigates the named flats and tells their stories – capturing the subculture of signs hung onto properties
reflecting the cluster of students huddled into their student quarters.
It’s a historical, topical collection of text and pictures so is perfect for those with links to ‘old Otago days’ or those who are interested in the art and nostalgia of
New Zealand.

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