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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     

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     

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 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     

Biography: Seacliff Hospital, (also known as Seacliff Lunatic Asylum, Seacliff Asylum, and later Seacliff Mental Hospital) was a psychiatric hospital built on a reserve of some 900 acres at Seacliff,

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Dates covered: Circa 1942 - Circa 1973     

Subject files [1944-1956] – photocopies of material held at the National Archives of New Zealand with associated correspondence. Items relating to temporary Army camp at Mangere Crossing (Camp Ewart)

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Dates covered: 1944 - 1956      Contributor: South Auckland Research Centre     
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