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Records consist of information and publicity material,including diary of events and layout of the building complex.

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Dates covered: 1972 - 1984     

Historical Notes: The Clavier Club of Dunedin was started on 17 September 1934, by a group of music teachers and students.

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Dates covered: 1934 - 1949     

These papers relate to the Institute of Registered Music Teachers of New Zealand, Christchurch Branch, and include minutes, newsletters, rules, membership lists and programmes.

Papers

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Dates covered: 1978 - 1993     

Biography: The Dunedin Orchestral Society (1888-1937) started in 1883 as a group of instrumentalists but languished for a while before being recreated and, in 1888, giving the first of a series of co

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Dates covered: Circa 1900 - 1950     

Biography: The New Zealand Scottish Country Dance Society (NZSCDS) was formed in 1957, became a branch of the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society in 1968 and was incorporated in 2000.

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Dates covered: 1958 - Circa 2000      Contributor: Heritage Collections, Dunedin Public Library     

See 'Related links' below for access. Theatre Archives New Zealand does not hold archival records.

Contains 0 items in The Community Archive
Dates covered: Circa 1866 - Circa 1915      Contributor: Theatre Archives New Zealand     

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Dates covered: Circa 1947 - Circa 2018      Contributor: Theatre Archives New Zealand     

The Dunedin Burns Club was established in 1891. Its objects included celebrating annually the birth of the Scottish poet Robert Burns, and perpetuating his memory.

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Dates covered: 1892 - 1992     

On 2 July 1863 fourteen Baptists met at Excelsior Hall, answering an advertisement placed in the 'Otago Daily Times' and agreed to form a Baptist Church.

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Dates covered: Circa 1863 - 1998     

Biography: Community Singing as a form of participatory music became well established in New Zealand in the early 1920s.

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Dates covered: 1931 - 1965     

The Dunedin Ladies Scottish Pipe Band was formed on 17 December 1947. It became an incorporated society in 1948 and affiliated with the Otago Centre in 1950.

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Dates covered: 1947 - 1974     

Biography: The Dunedin Philharmonic Society was formed in 1904 by Raffaello Squarise.

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Dates covered: 1901 - 1917      Contributor: Heritage Collections, Dunedin Public Library     

Showcase Dunedin was established in about November 1988 and was sponsored by the Dunedin North Rotary Club.

Contains 0 items in The Community Archive
Dates covered: 1948 - 2000     

Background Senior friendship groups are designed to cater to the social needs of older members of society, often as an initiative of a larger charitable or social organisation.

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Dates covered: Circa 1980 - Circa 1980      Contributor: South Auckland Research Centre     

Biography: Alfred Abner Finch, his parents and brothers and sisters, arrived in Dunedin in 1859. He became a cellist in the Dunedin Orchestral Society, and was its honorary treasurer ca 1893-1919.

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Dates covered: 1888 - 1938      Contributor: Heritage Collections, Dunedin Public Library     

F G Gibbs, 1866-1953, was a well known schoolmaster at Nelson College, and advisor to Thomas Cawthron, a botanist and community leader.

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Dates covered: 1866 - 1953     

The Society closed in 1984. Scope and contents: The collection contains minutes, correspondence, files relating to productions, scrapbooks and photographs of productions.

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Dates covered: Circa 1950 - 1983     

Minute book of the Howick-Pakuranga Musical Society.

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Dates covered: 1932 - 1938     

James Hunter was Secretary of the South Island Brass Bands Association and a member of the New Zealand Brass Bands Association. He also served as a JP in St Kilda, a suburb of Dunedin.

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Dates covered: 1866 - 1945     

Biography: Millie Iles was an accomplished Dunedin pianist who won many awards, her first at the age of ten. She studied piano in Dunedin with A J Barth and Max Scherek.

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Dates covered: Circa 1880 - 1970     
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