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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     

Records include minutes, correspondence, statistics, press cuttings, financial and other papers. The Library was founded in 1897: in 1975 it came under the control of the Paparua County Council

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Dates covered: 1897 - 1996     

Sue Heap was born in 1950. She is a Dunedin poet and writer and has been painting professionally since 1978. She has also worked at the Otago Museum.

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Dates covered: 1972 - 2003     

Helena Henderson was a Canterbury writer and poet whose 300 poems, short stories, novels and plays were produced between 1924 and 1963.

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Dates covered: 1924 - 1964     

Thomas Hensman settled in Shannon in 1887 and worked for many years as a builder in the town.

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Dates covered: 1893 - 1895     

Biography: Madeline Howie is a NZ wrter who describes her writing as biographical fiction.

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Dates covered: Circa 1930 - Circa 1985     

Robin Hyde was the pen-name of author and journalist Iris Guiver Wilkinson.

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Dates covered: 1933 - 1937     

Of Te Whānau a Kai, Aitanga-ā-Mahaki, Rongowhakaata and Ngāti Porou descent, Witi Ihimaera graduated in 1971 with a B.A.

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Dates covered: 1960 - 2010     

From Beatrix Potter in reply to Margaret Jennings in which a comparison is drawn with the scenery in Puddleduck and Squirrel Nutkin with that of New Zealand.

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Dates covered: 1938 - 1938     

Handwritten manuscript of M.K Joseph’s novel, ‘The Holy Children,’ written in 1976 and published posthumously as Kaspar’s Journey (Brick Row /Hallard Press, 1988)

Literary papers (manuscript)

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Dates covered: 1976 - 1988     

The London publishing houses of Kegan Paul, Trench & Co., Trubner, and Henry S.

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Dates covered: 1853 - 1912     

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     

Pat Lawlor was a Catholic journalist and writer in Wellington and Sydney (he often wrote as Christopher Penn) and long-time collector of books and cartoons and material relating to the Catholic Churc

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Dates covered: Circa 1940 - 1979      Contributor: Society of Mary - Marist Archives     

Elsie Locke was a children's writer, historian, poet and activist with a number of peace, environmental and women's rights organisations.

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Dates covered: 1847 - 1979     

Papers including essays on religion, employment reference, and magazines containing his contributions relating to Pitmans shorthand

Papers

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Dates covered: 1872 - 1914     

Edna Graham Macky [Allan] was born and educated in Fort Worth, Texas.

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Dates covered: 1909 - 1976      Contributor: The University of Auckland Library (Special Collections)     

Father Maher was editor of the Marist Messenger 1974-1978, and was a brilliant teacher of history and English literature.

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Dates covered: 1939 - 1978     

Biography: Margaret Mahy was the most acclaimed New Zealand writer of books for children and young adults and has readers world wide.

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Dates covered: Circa 1986 - 1991      Contributor: Heritage Collections, Dunedin Public Library     

Jane Mander was born in Ramarama in 1877. In 1896 she received a diploma in teaching and a year later matriculated from the University of New Zealand.

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Dates covered: 1877 - 1968     

Material gathered by Bernard Gadd, used to create a printed version of ‘Manukau in Poetry’, (Manukau in Poetry, ed. Bernard Gadd, Bruce Ringer, Melissa Steiner; Papatoetoe; Hallard Press, 2004).

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Dates covered: 2002 - 2009     
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