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Long before the railway, long before the cumbersome tripod and camera became his travelling companions, Holloway was a constant observer of the beauty of the changing seasons. Through spring and summer and into the autumn his eyes feasted on the changing hues of the low-lying shrubs on the South Side hills, and the words came easily to describe what he saw. " In the fall, he wrote, "The leaves of the whortleberry turn to a uniform bright red, others change to every shade of yellow and brown. "9 40 SUMMER INTERLUDE I S U R F AT LOGY BAY, ABOUT S E V E N M I L E S F R O M ST J O H N ' S PANL, Through Newfoundland with the Camera (1905), 21 He did not have to go far to find the wildflowers he would bring to his first classes or to discover the plants that would be berry-bearing in the autumn.
It would be the start of a career that would span a much longer period than the young teacher could ever have imagined. In St John's he would discover soon after his arrival the circumstances that had prompted the board of directors to fill the position as quickly as possible. The past school year had been a most difficult one, with the situation at mid-year reaching a crisis. The principal, William Edward Henry,4 had been recruited in Britain by board member Nicholas Stabb less than three years earlier to replace the previous principal, Alexander Reid.
By early June he From England to Newfoundland 27 was on his way to Newfoundland on the ss Circassian where, in spite of sharing the not-too-comfortable steerage quarters with five other passengers, the prospect of the new position made the journey exciting. It would be the start of a career that would span a much longer period than the young teacher could ever have imagined. In St John's he would discover soon after his arrival the circumstances that had prompted the board of directors to fill the position as quickly as possible.