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This collection of archives was donated to Pukekohe Library by the Patumahoe History Group while in the process of collecting information for their book Patumahoe: History & Memories, compiled by Kay

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Dates covered: Circa 1884 - Circa 1992      Contributor: Pukekohe Library     

Avice Maud Bowbyes was born in Kaikoura in 1901. She gained a Diploma in Home Science from the University of Otago and a BS and an MA from Columbia University.

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Dates covered: 1901 - 1995     

The Dunedin Free Kindergarten Association was founded in 1889.

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Dates covered: Circa 1880 - 2001     

The Home Economics Teachers Association of New Zealand Inc. was established in the mid 1980s. The name later changed to the Home Economics and Technology Teachers Association of New Zealand.

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Dates covered: 1978 - 2004     

Lynley Hood became a freelance writer in 1979. Her first book, 'Sylvia!

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Dates covered: 1890 - 2000     

William Macandrew and four generations of his descendants have been teachers. Macandrew was born at Huntly, Aberdeenshire, in 1847 and migrated to Otago aboard the 'Viola' in 1867.

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Dates covered: 1879 - 1985     

Oral history interview with Betty MacFarlan, resident of Pakuranga since the mid 1950’s. Interviewed by Karen Lawson with Geoff Pollard, Librarians, Auckland Libraries on the 3rd of December 2014.

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Dates covered: Circa 1950 - Circa 1970      Contributor: South Auckland Research Centre     

Log book of the Mangere Bridge School Committee providing information on aspects of school life, the organisation of the school and issues of the day.

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Dates covered: 1945 - 1949      Contributor: Mangere Historical Society     

General correspondence 1936-1953; 1953-1955; 1956; Education Board Letters 1936-1946; Teachers Appointments and Resignations from 1936; Headmasters Reports 1956-1957; Education Board Letters 1953-1954

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Dates covered: 1936 - 1975      Contributor: Mangere Historical Society     

Spiral bound volume of photocopied meeting minutes of the Mangere Central School Committee from April 1886 to 20 May 1907. Names listed include Chairman Mr M. M. Kirkbride, Messrs F. Pegler; W.

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Dates covered: 1886 - 1907      Contributor: Mangere Historical Society     

DVD of the powhiri during the openng of the Waharoa and Amo and Maihi on the front of the Whare at Manurewa Intermediate School 'Kahurangi', in Russell Road, Manurewa, Auckland.

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Dates covered: 2014 - 2014      Contributor: South Auckland Research Centre     

This collection contains the bulk of the administrative records of the Otago Education Board, including teachers registers, school inspection records, photographs, clippings books and school plans.

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Dates covered: 1856 - 1989     

The Otago High Schools' Board was established in 1878 to act as Board of Governors for the Otago Boys' and Otago Girls' High Schools.

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Dates covered: 1860 - 1978     

Gordon Parsonson was an Associate Professor in the History Department at the University of Otago.

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Dates covered: 1578 - 1981     

Contains the classroom teaching scheme set out for the year by teacher Keith E. Patterson at Mangere Bridge School for the year 1945.

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Dates covered: 1945 - 1945      Contributor: Mangere Historical Society     

The foundation of the Dunedin College of Education can be traced back to 1876 when the Training Department of the Otago Normal School was opened in Moray Place, the first of its kind in the country.

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Dates covered: Circa 1863 - 2008     
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