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The 'Earth and Sky' committee organised a 1971 production of the work 'Earth and Sky' by Jenny McLeod.

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Dates covered: 1965 - 1972     

Created in 1952 by A.F. Riach for a history assignment as part of the requirements of her study at the Auckland Teachers College (A.T.C.).

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Dates covered: 1850 - 1952      Contributor: South Auckland Research Centre     

A walkers’ guide to points of interest along the length of the Tamaki River. Includes information relating to the environmental aspects of the river, the geography and history of the area.

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Dates covered: 1800 - 2002     

Personal papers 1906-1948; Maori Affairs - Native Land Court - 1920-1943, including formal studies on Maori land tenure, theses, etc.; Judge Acheson's relations with the Native Affairs Dept, 1933-1943

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Dates covered: 1906 - 1948     

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     

Historical Information Sunny Amey was appointed to the Curriculum Development Division of the Department of Education as the curriculum officer for drama in 1975 and she held the position until 1988

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Dates covered: 1968 - 1989     

The Araiteuru Marae Council was first established at a meeting of the Ao Tea Roa Maori Club on the 28th April 1964 (later known as the Arai Te Uru Maori Club).

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Dates covered: 1968 - 2006     

Diaries: 1932, 1967, 1977, 1982. Letterbooks: Jan - Feb 1950; May - July 1950; July - Aug 1950; Aug 1951; Apr - July 1965. Subjects: Archibald, Jean K.--Archives. Archibald, Jean K.--Diaries. Teacher

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Dates covered: 1932 - 1982     

The letters from the Tauranga Survey Office deal with the surveying of the district, and settlement of military personnel after the Maori Wars. In the main they are from the District Surveyor H.L.

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Dates covered: 1866 - 1868     

Olga Sansom wrote about her areas of interest in radio broadcasts, book reviews, published books and articles and in answering the many inquiries that came to her.

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Dates covered: 1686 - 1991     

A collection of press cuttings entitled "The Southern Maori: Stray Papers"; an incomplete run of a series written for the Southland Times and the Otago Witness.

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Dates covered: Circa 1931 - Circa 1931     

James Herries Beattie (known as Herries) was born in Gore in 1881, the son of Scots immigrants James Beattie and Mary Roden, who arrived in Otago in 1862.

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Dates covered: 1848 - 1970     

The collection includes Neil Begg's medical lecture notes and clinical notes from the Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh, c.1946-1947, and papers, reports and drafts relating to the New Zealand Pl

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Dates covered: 1898 - 1995     

Collection includes literary and political papers, speech notes, a scrapbook, pacifist leaflets, and printed matter which illustrate Bell's wide-ranging interest in Maoritanga, para-psychology, the In

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Dates covered: Circa 1920 - 1940     

James Booth was born in Westmorland, England, the eldest son of Richard Booth and came to New Zealand, with his wife Maria, in connection with the Church Missionary Society in 1852.

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Dates covered: 1860 - 1918     

James Booth was born in Westmoreland, England and came to New Zealand with his wife Maria, in connection with the Church Missionary Society in 1852.

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Dates covered: 1860 - 1918     

George Brier enlisted in the British Army in 1864, and after brief training in Ireland he was sent out to New Zealand as a reinforcement to the 68th Regiment (Durham Light Infantry).

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Dates covered: 1864 - 1866     

The British Resident's Archives consist of Inwards Letters written between 12 October 1832 and 28 October 1834, and addressed to James Busby, New Zealand's first and only British Resident.

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Dates covered: 1832 - 1839     

Letter Book, 1829-1833, containing letters to the Secretaries, Church Missionary Society, London, with extracts from his journals.

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Dates covered: 1829 - 1850     

Brown was the Church Missionary Society missionary at Tauranga and then Archdeacon of Tauranga from 1838 to 1884. The papers include the correspondence of the Rev.

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Dates covered: 1828 - 1887     
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