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Letter to unidentified editor of a newspaper from Charles Darwin, 28 March [1863], referring to a dialogue on [the Origin of Species] article by Samuel Butler.

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Dates covered: 1863 - 1863     

While stationed at Waimate (1830-1845) and Kaikohe (1845-1854), the Rev.

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Dates covered: 1839 - 1851     

The collection is of records recovered from the huts at Cape Adare, Cape Evans, Cape Royds and Hut Point by the DSIR. Records include a letter from Ernest Shackleton to Mr Jacobs; J. R.

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Dates covered: 1910 - 1963     

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     

James Drummond was born at Thames. He was educated at private schools in Gisborne and the Grammar School at Napier.

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Dates covered: 1895 - 1935     

This collection was begun by NZTronix, a multidisciplinary team of Victoria University of Wellington researchers working to gather information on, and preserve examples of, locally written software.

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Dates covered: Circa 1982 - 2008     

Ernest Rutherford (1871-1937) was born 6th December 1871 at Spring Grove near Brightwater. His family later shifted to Wai-iti near Foxhill, then Havelock.

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Dates covered: 1877 - 1981     

F G Gibbs, 1866-1953, was a well known schoolmaster at Nelson College, and advisor to Thomas Cawthron, a botanist and community leader.

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Dates covered: 1866 - 1953     

The Glaxo company began in Manawatu in 1904 as New Zealand's first producer of dried milk powder. By the 1920s the business was also producing baby foods and had become an international concern.

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Dates covered: 1936 - 1990     

E.G. Hogg was born in 1863 at Salisbury and graduated M.A. from Trinity College, Dublin.

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Dates covered: 1903 - 1951     

David Miller, 1890-1973, was a Scotsman, who was born in Glasgow and emigrated with his parents to Dunedin, NZ in 1901.

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Dates covered: 1840 - 1963     

Letter to Muir from Keith Hawke about solar panel battery charger adapted from a Philips solar panel by the Instrument Service Department, National Airways Corporation, used by the New Zealand Himalay

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Dates covered: 1975 - 1975     

The records of the Canterbury District Office of the Lands and Survey Department contain a considerable range of material, including the following: Minutes, 1878-1911; town and rural section mortgage

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Dates covered: 1850 - 1945     

See www.nzam.com/photo/crown_archive.htm NZAM maintains the official New Zealand Government Archive of aerial photography.

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Dates covered: 1937 - Current     

The Society was established to identify, preserve and make available material relating to railway and locomotive history in New Zealand. The Society's holdings include government records created by t

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Dates covered: Circa 1860 - Circa 1989     

Circulars of the society, correspondence, beach patrol and nest records, bird banding, bird observation cards, minutes of the AGM, financial statements, budget.

Records

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Dates covered: 1951 - 1959     

Thomas Paterson was born in Leith, Scotland in 1832. He was educated at the High School, Edinburgh and articled as a civil engineer to Grainger and Miller, railway contractors.

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Dates covered: 1865 - 1869     

W.J. Phillipps was Ethnologist and Ornithologist at the Dominion Museum from 1917 until 1958.

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Dates covered: 1923 - 1967     

David Picken was Professor of Mathematics at Victoria University College 1907-1915. The collection consists of teaching materials and class notes.

Teaching papers

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Dates covered: 1907 - Circa 1915     

Ponder was born in Wellington, educated at Rongotai College, and studied extramurally at Auckland University.

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Dates covered: 1948 - 1977     
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