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Dates covered: Circa 1913 - Circa 2006      Contributor: Theatre Archives New Zealand     

Francis Newton (Frank) Smyth was brought up in the Catlins district. He later lived in Central Otago and Dunedin.

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Dates covered: Circa 1890 - 2000     

The Priests and Brothers of The Society of Mary, a congregation of the Roman Catholic Church, arrived in the Hokianga in 1838 to establish the first missions of the Church in New Zealand. Bishop J.F.

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Dates covered: 1838 - 1970     

Clement Roy Spackman (known as Roy) was born in Napier in 1887. He was educated at Gisborne and Napier, and later at Wanganui Collegiate School. His father, H.G.

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Dates covered: 1870 - 1961      Contributor: Hocken Collections - Uare Taoka o Hakena     

The collection includes minutes (1919-1992), annual reports (1982-1988), papers relating to competitions (c.1948-1982), jubilee booklets, newspaper clippings and photographs.

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Dates covered: 1919 - 1992     

The first parish church of St Paul was built in the Octagon in 1862-1863.

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Dates covered: Circa 1840 - 2008     

Pamela Stade worked at Hannahs Shoe Store in Nelson for 31 years. Her mother, Olive Christina Lucas, also worked at Hannahs for 8-9 years.

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Dates covered: 1950 - 2001     

The records comprise minute books and correspondence relating to the business of the Sumner Silver Band. The Band is presently in recess.

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Dates covered: Circa 1950 - Circa 1959     

In August 1847, after the New Zealand Government Act 1846 had replaced the Southern District with the province of New Munster, (and its Superintendent with a Lieutenant-Governor) Mathew Richmond, who

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Dates covered: 1845 - 1853     

Mr John Tait (1862-1952) was born in Scotland and received his musical education in Scotland. From 1915 until 1925 he was on the staff of the Nelson School of Music and gave organ recitals there.

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Dates covered: 1931 - 1941     

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Dates covered: Circa 1870 - Circa 2018      Contributor: Theatre Archives New Zealand     

Scrapbook

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Dates covered: 1979 - 1984     

Shirley Tunnicliff, graduated with honours in History from Victoria University, and has been a teacher and had experience in broadcasting, archives and the compilation of the Dictionary of New Zealand

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Dates covered: 1855 - 1994     

The Choir's first title was "The Upper Hutt Home and School Association Male Voice Choir". It was founded on 21 August 1933 for the practice and performance of part songs and choruses for male voice

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Dates covered: 1933 - Current     

The Wai-te-ata Press was founded by D. F. McKenzie as a bibliographical press for the Victoria University Department of English.

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Dates covered: 1961 - 1984     

Olive Ward (nee Mathew) was choir-mistress at St. Mary's (Anglican) Church, Silverstream, Upper Hutt, from 1958-1988.

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Dates covered: 1958 - 1988     

Rev. Ross Wards is in 1998 Vicar of St. Mary's Anglican Church, Silverstream. These records result from his interest and research into church architecture and the history of the pipe organ.

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Dates covered: Circa 1950 - 1997     

David Wylie was Deputy University Librarian at Victoria University of Wellington from 1968 to 1981 and University Librarian from 1981 to his death in late 1985.

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Dates covered: Circa 1948 - 1985     
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