James H. Hamilton
SAC 1928-1933, Staff 1965-1985
James Hollingworth Hamilton spent 5 years at St. Andrews and received the Lieutenant Governor’s Bronze Medal for academics in his graduating year.
Upon the outbreak of war he enlisted in the Army becoming an artillery officer. By 1945 he was a Major serving with a light anti-aircraft artillery regiment. In late 1944 he wrote the school:
In 1965 he returned to St. Andrew's to become the school’s first development officer, a position he would hold for 20 years. He died 21 November 1989 and was widely regarded as intelligent, articulate and endowed with a terrific sense of humour.