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Leopold George Dyke Acland was born in Christchurch, son of Thomas Dyke and Flora Margaret Acland.

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Dates covered: 1865 - 1944     

Letters written by Mary Ahern (later Dudson) to her mother Katie Ahern (nee Murray) while overseas, December 1950 - February 1953. These letters have been published.

Papers

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Dates covered: 1950 - 1953     

Predominantly correspondence and other sundry photographs, postcards, posters and cuttings. Most of the letters are written by Arthur Aldred, writing from Tonga to his wife in New Zealand during the

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Dates covered: 1851 - 1920     

William Herbert Alington (known as Herbert) was the son of Reverend John Alington and Charlotte Bellington. He came to New Zealand on the 'Matoaka' in 1860 and farmed at Thorseby, Springton.

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Dates covered: 1860 - 1927     

This collection consists of four publications of interest to Wairarapa They are: "Wairarapa Regional Planning Scheme Section One "1984; "Glistening Waters" 1969; "Forest Gateways - Kopuaranga - the p

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Dates covered: 1948 - 1985     

Angus McCallum is a Kopuaranga based writer.

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Dates covered: 1886 - 1984     

F A Anson, son of John Anson, heir presumptive, inherited the baronetcy after the death of Sir William R Anson. He was educated at Trinity College, Oxford.

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Dates covered: 1908 - 1910     

Sydney Aymes came from Palmerston North. He married Maria Smart, and farmed at Prebbelton and Kirwee, living at Studleigh, Prebbleton.

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Dates covered: 1893 - 1935     

Barker was born in London and educated at King's College, London, where he qualified as a doctor. He came to New Zealand on the 'Charlotte Jane' in 1850 as ship's surgeon and purchased a town section

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Dates covered: 1842 - 1873     

Mrs Barnesley died in 1993. During her life she took submissions to Parliament to get a benefit for war widows.

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Dates covered: Circa 1800 - 1993     

Scrapbook [not in chronological order] mainly to do with Barry's publications and lectures.

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Dates covered: 1879 - 1904     

Cranleigh Barton, solicitor and artist, spent many years of his life in the Sumner-Redcliffs area, his main interests being the All Saints' Anglican Church, Sumner, the Sumner Lifeboat Institute and t

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Dates covered: 1890 - 1975     

Archibald Baxter was one of New Zealand's most noted pacifists.

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Dates covered: 1914 - Circa 1952     

Biography: James Keir Baxter is one of New Zealand’s most celebrated poets. He was born in Dunedin to Archibald Baxter and Millicent Brown, and grew up near Brighton, 20 km south of the city.

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Dates covered: 1957 - 1957      Contributor: Heritage Collections, Dunedin Public Library     

Holographs and typescripts.

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Dates covered: Circa 1970 - Circa 1979     

James K. Baxter was one of New Zealand's greatest poets, and also a noted social critic. He was born at Dunedin in 1926, son of Archibald and Millicent Baxter, well-known pacifists.

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Dates covered: Circa 1937 - 1975     

Millicent Amiel Brown was born on 8 January 1888, the daughter of John Macmillan Brown, the founding professor at Canterbury University College and his wife Helen (nee Connon), the first woman to grad

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Dates covered: Circa 1960 - Circa 1973     

Thomas Naylor Beckett at an early age became keen on climbing in the local foothills.

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Dates covered: 1871 - 1967     

Interim entry James Bertram lectured in English at Victoria University of Wellington 1947-1975 and the library received his books (his main papers went to the Alexander Turnbull Library).

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Dates covered: Circa 1932 - 1995     

This entry is an expansion of NRAM A324. Professor Bickerton was born in England and came to New Zealand in 1874 to take the first Chair in Chemistry at Canterbury College. He was primarily known as

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Dates covered: 1872 - 1954     
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