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John William Walmsley came to New Zealand c1882 to work in the Ashburton Woollen Mills. He was also associated with the Timaru and Kaiapoi Mills.

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Dates covered: 1900 - 1976     

Records consist of minutes and a ledger. The library was established in 1886 and closed in 1970.

Records

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Dates covered: 1922 - 1939     

Book of Miners' Rights butts, numbering 8651-8700, 18 July 1868 - 13 October 1868. Butts record the district, date of issue, name of recipient and initials of the issuing agent.

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Dates covered: 1868 - 1868     

Tony Waters, retired teacher, interviewed by Bruce Ringer, 1 December, 2005. Mr Waters talks about his years growing up in small-town Waiuku during the 1930s to 1950s and includes material on his lat

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Dates covered: 2005 - 2005     

The school opened in 1886 as White Sow Valley. In 1888 it became known as Maruimato and then from 1915 it was called Wedderburn.

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Dates covered: 1886 - 1988     

During the 1930's the Wellington Catholic Students' Guild (also known as the University Catholic Students' Guild) met regularly at the College, with the Rector as ex-officio President.

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Dates covered: 1933 - 1940     

Historical Notes The Wellington Free Kindergarten Graduates Association was formed in 1950.

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Dates covered: 1950 - 1990     

Historical Notes The Association began in 1905, as the Richmond Free Kindergarten Union, with the aim of opening free kindergartens in Wellington. The first kindergarten was opened in 1906.

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Dates covered: 1905 - 1980     

The Wellington Secondary Schools Council was established following the Secondary Schools Councils Act 1953. The Act allowed school Boards of Governors to appoint 'federal' councils in cities.

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Dates covered: 1857 - 1957     

Historical Information The Western Pacific High Commission (WPHC) was established by the Western Pacific Order in Council of the British Government of 13 August 1877.

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Dates covered: 1857 - 1918     

Whangamata School is a primary school.

Minute and logbooks, documents, photographs, etc.

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Dates covered: 1924 - 1984     

Prior to 1881 children from Whangape had to stay with relatives at Hokianga or Ahipara to attend school.

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Dates covered: 1909 - 1976     

The minutes, 14 February 1871-26 March 1877, describe the origins of the Literary Institute and the subsequent establishment of a library in the township. A typescript is available in the Northland R

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Dates covered: 1871 - 1877     

Wharetoa School opened in 1910.

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Dates covered: 1910 - 1939     

Whittlestone was an agricultural scientist who did pioneer work in mastitis, dairy hygiene, milk ejection and lactational physiology.

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Dates covered: 1912 - 1985     

Williams was Principal and subsequently Vice-Chancellor of Victoria University of Wellington from 1951 to 1968.

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Dates covered: 1953 - 1966     

These obsolete deeds originated from the Greytown legal firm of Cooke, Wollerman and McClure.

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Dates covered: 1886 - 1996     

This entry is a revision of NRAM C229 (now deleted). Historical Notes The Women's Studies Association was founded in Hamilton in 1977 by a group of women including Rosemary Seymour.

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Dates covered: 1977 - 1979     

The Zonta Club of South Auckland is part of an international organisation working to advance the status of women worldwide through service and advocacy.

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Dates covered: 1977 - 2015      Contributor: South Auckland Research Centre     

Revised draft of thesis ‘Maoris in a Metropolis’: A study of urbanisation of the Maori. By Ranginui J. Walker. Annotated draft copy of Ph.D project for submission to the University of Auckland.

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