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Graeme Newland has had a long association with Masterton Amateur Theatrical Society mainly in the 1960s - 1980s as stage crew and in set construction.

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Dates covered: 1932 - 1990      Contributor: Theatre Archives New Zealand     

Allandale, 323 Willis Street Wellington in the early 20thC. The home of William and Eliza Allan.

Dates covered: 1902 - 1902     

Biography: Card sent to Miss Ronnie and the library staff, “With best Wishes for 1971”, from George Austin.

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Dates covered: Circa 1971 - Circa 1971      Contributor: Heritage Collections, Dunedin Public Library     

Awhitu Archives Accession List for archival holdings held by the Awhitu Historical Society.

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Dates covered: Circa 1860 - Circa 2000      Contributor: Pukekohe Library     

The papers include photographs, a large collection of musical and theatre programmes featuring many visiting artists, 1935-1981, reviews of Earth and Sky 1968, newspaper cuttings and newsletters of H

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Dates covered: Circa 1935 - Circa 1989      Contributor: Theatre Archives New Zealand     

Biography: It is thought the programmes were collected by Stella Bayley although there is only a little evidence to support this.

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Dates covered: Circa 1897 - 1961      Contributor: Heritage Collections, Dunedin Public Library     

Photocopies of original documents relating to the town of Buckland in the Franklin District. Includes: Part of Buckland School 75th Jubilee booklet, 7th, 8th, 9th November, 1969. Newspaper clipping

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Dates covered: 1909 - 1992      Contributor: Pukekohe Library     

The architectural firm of Miller & White was established in Dunedin in 1927 as a partnership between Eric S.C. Miller and James H. White.

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Dates covered: 1874 - 2006      Contributor: Hocken Collections     

Biography: James Albert Dangerfield was born and raised in Christchurch.

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Dates covered: Circa 1909 - 2001      Contributor: Heritage Collections, Dunedin Public Library     

The Dunedin Shakespeare Club was founded in 1877 and made its first appearance in a reading of Hamlet.

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Dates covered: 1877 - 1959     

Basil Bramston Hooper was born in Lahore, India in 1876. Basil Hooper's father William Hooper, was an Anglican priest and Church Missionary Society missionary, who spent most of his life in India.

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Dates covered: Circa 1878 - Circa 2003     

Handwritten history of the Great South Road (including a section on the Maori history of Auckland, title page dated 24 April 1948. Compiled by Eric Sweet (Mr Sweet died in 1959). Single volume.

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Dates covered: 1948 - 1956      Contributor: South Auckland Research Centre     

Folder containing compiled information gathered by members of the Otahuhu Historical Society for Auckland City Leisure Arts Division.

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Dates covered: 1883 - 2003     

Biography: The Fortune Theatre Company was founded in 1973, and is the only professional theatre group in Dunedin.

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Dates covered: 1976 - 1986     

The Fortune Theatre Members Society was incorporated in 1976. It provides financial assistance to the Fortune Theatre Company and promotes public interest in the Theatre.

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Dates covered: 1974 - 2002     

Fay Fransham presents her life story in a series of reminiscences from different points throughout her lifetime. She recounts her early childhood years spent at Parawera and at the native school in

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Dates covered: 1924 - 2013      Contributor: South Auckland Research Centre     

Roger Hall is one of the most successful playwrights of his generation. Born in Essex, his family moved to New Zealand in 1958.

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Dates covered: 1849 - 2005     

Rodney Kennedy was born in Dunedin in 1909. In 1926 he enrolled as a student at the Dunedin School of Art.

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Dates covered: 1935 - 1976     

A series of 42 colour photographs showing the building that is known as King Tāwhiao’s Cottage, Mangere Bridge. In April 2012 the late-colonial era cottage, which had a historic connection to the nin

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Dates covered: 2011 - 2013      Contributor: South Auckland Research Centre     

Alan La Roche is a long-time resident of Howick, the creator of Howick Historical Village, author and conservationist.

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Dates covered: 2010 - 2010     
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