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Constance M. Hopkinson, originally from Suffolk, England, worked as a trained nurse for the Church Missionary Society in Foochow, China.

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Dates covered: Circa 1927 - 1979     

James Hume, a trained male nurse and administrator, joined with Dr E.W. Alexander to found Ashburn Hall in 1882. It was known as Hume's Asylum and was a private psychiatric institution.

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Dates covered: 1882 - 1992     

Charles Mackie Begg was born in Dunedin on 13 September 1879.

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Dates covered: 1859 - 1994     

Jackson joined the 1st New Zealand Expeditionary Force as a stretcher bearer. He served with the NZ Field Ambulance at Gallipoli.

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Dates covered: 1914 - 1989     

Minute book of the League of Womenfolk of Overseas Forces, 1945 to 1959.

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Dates covered: 1945 - 1960      Contributor: Otahuhu Historical Society     

Miriam Murray trained as a nurse at Dunedin Hospital c.1930-1934. In the late 1950s she became the Secretary of the Otago Branch of the New Zealand Registered Nurses Association.

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Dates covered: 1862 - 2000     

Documents and artefacts of the Franklin Branch of the New Zealand Nurses Association.

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Dates covered: 1959 - 1989      Contributor: Pukekohe Library     

The Society's objectives are: (A) "to interview, encourage and instruct by means of religious services and otherwise inmates...of the Dunedin or any other Hospital in the Otago district, including men

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Dates covered: 1877 - 2004     

The Association was formed in 1934 to provide a nursing service for the residents of the Roslyn, Kaikorai, Maori Hill and Wakari suburbs of Dunedin.

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Dates covered: 1918 - 1975     

The collection includes minute book, correspondence, and financial records.

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Dates covered: 1962 - 1996     

The Dunedin Branch started in 1907, as the first Plunket Society Branch in New Zealand and for some years it ran the Plunket Society for the entire country.

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Dates covered: Circa 1913 - 1978     

The Dunedin North Branch was created in 1979 when the Dunedin branch split into Dunedin North and Dunedin South, dividing the twelve sub-branches between them. Scope and Contents The collection

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Dates covered: 1979 - 1995     

This collection includes minutes, annual reports, correspondence, financial papers, Mothers' Club records, and other records.

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Dates covered: 1944 - 2002     

The New Zealand Society for the Preservation of the Health of Women and Children, later the Royal New Zeland Society for the Health of Women and Children, later the Royal New Zealand Plunket Society.

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Dates covered: 1871 - 2004     

The collection includes both sub-branch minute books and Mothers Club minute books. The Mothers Club minute books overlap in date because they were running two sets of minutes in unison.

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Dates covered: 1947 - 1981     

Known as the Truby King-Hunt Karitane Hospital, it opened in 1926 owing to the munificence of Sir William Hunt.

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Dates covered: 1928 - 1980     

The collection includes minutes and Mothers' Club records.

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Dates covered: 1954 - 1999     

The Tapanui sub-branch formed in about 1925, at the same time as the Heriot and Kelso sub-branches. It is part of the West Otago Branch.

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Dates covered: 1933 - 1975     

The Truby King-Harris Hospital was established in 1907, the first of the Karitane Hospitals.

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Dates covered: 1908 - 1978     

Melrose House was built on top of Mt. Melrose in Wellington as the private residence of Sir Frederic Truby King.

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Dates covered: 1908 - 1981     
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