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This Collection is comprised of correspondence, press cuttings and souvenirs from the International Air Race London to Christchurch, 10 October 1953; include his diaries well as personal papers of H.D

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Dates covered: 1936 - 1955     

Clendon was the first United States Consul to New Zealand, 1839-1841 and a member of the first New Zealand Legislative Council, 1841-1844.

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Dates covered: Circa 1930 - Circa 1949     

Louis Cohen (1863-1933) was a prominent Wanganui lawyer and patron of the arts. The papers comprise his parents' Jewish marriage contract made at Ballarat, 1861; deeds to his father Sigismund Cohen's

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Dates covered: 1861 - 1933     

This record consists of one plan of the proposed wet dock at Heathcote and ship canal, as part of Lyttelton Harbour extensions (no.7 of 8 drawings). The plan was to accompany the report by Messrs.

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Dates covered: 1908 - 1908     

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Dates covered: 1928 - 1944     

Log-book of the S.S. 'Kennedy' on voyages between Nelson and the West Coast ports of Westport, Greymouth and Hokitika, carrying cargo and passengers. The log was kept by the mate Benjamin Creagh.

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Dates covered: 1868 - 1870     

Herbert and Oswald Curtis came to Nelson in 1853, and established the merchant firm of Curtis Brothers. Herbert Curtis was Provincial Auditor for a time, and M.P.

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Dates covered: 1852 - 1925     

The Cust Athlecic Sports Club was formed 8 November 1919, with the first general meeting 18 November 1919. It was affiliated to the New Zealand Athletic, Cycling and Axemens Union.

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Dates covered: 1919 - 1941     

Submissions Articles, papers (Cycling: the healthy alternative; make your second bicycle) Newsletters, leaflets - Southern Cyclist Ten speeds ahead: the report on the cycle use survey Cycling in C

Dates covered: Circa 1979 - Circa 1979      Contributor: Environment and Conservation Organisations of New Zealand     

William Dale came out to New Zealand with his father in 1856 aboard the "Egmont". His father became well-known ferrying immigrants across the Heathcote River.

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Dates covered: 1906 - 1950     

This is a collection composed of a typescript of Daniell family history, and items copied from two scrapbooks compiled by C. E. Daniell.

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Dates covered: 1900 - 1956     

Henry George Deal was an Oamaru Borough Councillor between the years 1919-1929. The papers consist of a scrapbook with items relating to his term in office, newspaper clippings on local government an

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Dates covered: 1918 - 1933     

Transcript of part of an album compiled by Reuben Arthur Dexter relating to motoring in New Zealand.

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Dates covered: 1929 - 1938     

Records include reports, correspondence, minutes, press cuttings and other papers, as well as a sketched aerial view of Christchurch-Lyttelton in 1926.

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Dates covered: 1909 - 1934     

Son of Marmaduke Dixon, innovative farmer and settler in Canterbury, Dixon was a successful farmer and, with his father, a firm advocate of irrigation.

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Dates covered: 1840 - 1917     

The Club was established in 1935 and is presently in recess. The records include minute books 1935-1970; financial records 1935-1970; score books and ephemera.

Records

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Dates covered: 1935 - 1970     

The Dun Mountain Copper Mining Company was formed in England in 1857, to mine copper ore from the Dun Mountain near Nelson.

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Dates covered: 1857 - 1872     

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     

The Dunedin Waterfront Workers' Industrial Union of Workers was established in 1951.

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Dates covered: 1943 - 1992     

Account of the voyage out to New Zealand on the 'Rose of Sharon' in 1856. Mathew Eaglesome bought land in lower Lincoln Road, naming it Grangeston.

Diary

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Dates covered: 1856 - 1857     
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