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Interim entry Unpublished typescript of lectures delivered at Victoria University of Wellington on 11, 12, 13 March 1959. 3 pts (22, 20, 30 leaves) in folder

Typescript of lecture

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Dates covered: 1959 - 1959     

Arthur Dudley Dobson came to New Zealand aboard the "Cressy" with his father Edward Dobson and his elder brother George Dobson.

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Dates covered: 1859 - 1922     

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     

The Dunedin Burns Club was established in 1891. Its objects included celebrating annually the birth of the Scottish poet Robert Burns, and perpetuating his memory.

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Dates covered: 1892 - 1992     

Charles Elkin Mathews was a notable publisher of 'minority literature' from the 1890s to his death in 1921.

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Dates covered: 1811 - 1938     

Wilhelmina Sherriff Bain was president of the committee which called the inaugural convention of the National Council of Women in Christchurch in 1896.

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Dates covered: 1869 - 1941     

Essay written by well known New Zealand author Elsie Locke describing how she works when writing. Photocopy of typed document entitled 'My work as a writer: An answer to readers’ questions often aske

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Dates covered: Circa 1930 - Circa 2001      Contributor: Pukekohe Library     

Roderick Finlayson was born in Auckland in 1904 of Scottish and Irish heritage. He lived all his life in the Auckland district.

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Dates covered: 1905 - 1992     

'Scenes from a writer's several lives' is an autobiographical account of the writer's childhood, adolescence and married life.

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Dates covered: 1904 - 1989     

The collection is called 'Two Rendezvous', the author's manuscripts of two unpublished novellae, namely, 'Rendezvous at World's End' and 'Messages in an Unknown Code'.

Literary papers

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Dates covered: Circa 1980 - Circa 1989     

Biography: Janet Frame, one of New Zealand’s best known authors, was born in Dunedin on 28 August 1924.

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Dates covered: 1954 - 1954      Contributor: Heritage Collections, Dunedin Public Library     

Bernard Gadd, writer, editor and retired teacher, interviewed by Bruce Ringer, 17 November, 2005. Mr Gadd talks about his life and times, with accounts of his teaching career at Hillary College in Ot

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Dates covered: 2005 - 2005     

Correspondence with Elsie Locke (1912-2001) relating to the ‘Wairau Affray.’ Includes copies of research notes compiled towards Elsie Locke’s book Journey Under Warning (Oxford University Press, 1983)

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Dates covered: 1973 - 1988     

The publishing firm of George Allen and Co. was established in 1871 under the direction of John Ruskin, who remained one of its most notable authors.

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Dates covered: 1893 - 1915     

The firm of George Routledge and Co.

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Dates covered: 1853 - 1902     

Noel Ginn, then a university student, was imprisoned as a conscientious objector from 1942 until 1945 at Whitanui. While there he became friends with fellow objector Terence Baxter.

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Dates covered: Circa 1942 - 1994     

Of Ngati Toa, Ngati Raukawa and Te Ati Awa descent, and affiliated to Ngati Porou by marriage, Patricia Grace was born in Wellington in 1937 and has written short stories, novels, and children's books

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Dates covered: 1994 - Unknown     

This collection comprises research notes gathered by Ian Grant for his history of the Masterton Borough and County Councils entitled "North of the Waingawa". The first two series are photocopied extr

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Dates covered: 1899 - 1981     

Eugene Grayland was a prominent New Zealand journalist who worked for a number of New Zealand newspapers, including the 'New Zealand Herald' and the 'Auckland Star', and published extensively on New Z

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Dates covered: 1938 - 1942     

E.S. Grenfell was a minor short-story writer whose work was published primarily during the 1950s and 1960s.

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Dates covered: 1931 - 1966     
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