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Mason wrote plays for radio, for stage, and for television from 1950. He had several periods as a newspaper and radio critic of theatre and music, and was an active member of P.E.N.

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Dates covered: 1949 - 1980     

Dorothea Mary Beyda Mason (nee Mould) married Ronald Allison Kells Mason, the poet and socialist, in 1962. They remained in Dunedin until 1965, when they returned to Auckland, living in Takapuna.

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Dates covered: 1795 - 1982     

Ronald Allison Kells Mason was born in Penrose, Auckland in 1905.

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Dates covered: 1916 - 1979     

This collection was received from Masterton Library. It consists of research notes from the Wairarapa Working Party in regards to the Dictionary of New Zealand Biography.

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Dates covered: 1949 - 1990     

This collection consists of eight audio tapes collected by Masterton District Library The tapes include two by Liz Greville on Masterton District Library wall hanging; documentary on history of Wairar

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Dates covered: 1986 - 1992     

This collection comprises copies of various tape recordings including "Looking Back - Wairarapa Electric Power Board" an interview with Mr P F Downes on history of Wairarapa Electric Power Board, Worl

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Dates covered: Circa 1940 - Circa 1949     

This is a series of photographs collected for the book 'Nga Maharatanga' published in 1991. The photographs depict people, monuments, buildings, parks and historic sites in the Wairarapa area: Feathe

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Dates covered: 1877 - 1991     

Written in soft pencil.

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Dates covered: Circa 1972 - Circa 1972     

Written in soft pencil.

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Dates covered: Circa 1972 - Circa 1972     

Marist priest and founding editor of the Marist Messenger (February 1930-1964).

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Dates covered: 1924 - 1965     

A Marist priest, Fr Frank McKay was ordained in February 1945, was a teacher at St Patricks College Wellington (1949-1962), during the last five years of which he was a part-time tutor of English at V

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Dates covered: Circa 1948 - 1991     

Frank McKay, a priest of the Society of Mary, taught at St Patrick's College, Wellington, and afterwards in the English Department at Victoria University of Wellington.

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Dates covered: Circa 1900 - 1991     

Cilla McQueen was born in Birmingham in 1949 and migrated to New Zealand with her parents in 1953.

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Dates covered: 1966 - 2000     

Osman Edward (Ted) Middleton, a New Zealand writer, was born in Christchurch in 1925.

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Dates covered: 1949 - 1975     

John Rowley Moffett was a journalist and writer. He was editor of the 'Otago Daily Times' from 1946, bringing the newspaper into the modern era, until his death in 1961.

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Dates covered: 1941 - 1958     

This collection is made up of three parts: papers relating to Theo Schoon, papers relating to Janet Frame, and some of John Money's own personal papers (mainly relating to his travel to various destin

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Dates covered: 1929 - 2001     

Father Mulcahy was a Marist priest, seminary lecturer, archivist and editor.

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Dates covered: 1934 - 1980     

Alan Mulgan was born in Katikati in 1881 and educated at Auckland.

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Dates covered: 1900 - 1962     

The National Association for Science Fiction (NASF) was formed in June 1976 by Frank Macskasy Jnr. and Michael Cleary.

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Dates covered: 1976 - 1982     

The Nelson Literary & Scientific Institution was formed at a meeting of the Officers on board the "Whitby" on 17 May 1841, on their way to Nelson.

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Dates covered: 1962 - 1984     
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