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The records were donated to the Library by several different women.

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Dates covered: 1930 - 1991     

Nga Maharatanga O Wairarapa is a book published in 1990.

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Dates covered: 1842 - 1990     

Writer Katherine O'Brien was born in Queensland, moving to Slope Point, Southland, with her family when she was 18 months old. She worked in a variety of jobs, including dressmaking.

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Dates covered: Circa 1954 - 1989     

Interim entry Notes and drafts for poems which became the publications 'South : An Antarctic journey' (Victoria University Press, 1996) and 'Black South' (Pemmican Press, 1997).

Literary archives

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Dates covered: 1994 - 1997     

The foundation meeting of the Otago Women's Club was held on 10 June 1914.

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Dates covered: 1914 - 1998     

There are also records of the Penwomen's Club with the papers of Edna Macky, see MSS & Archives W281. Historical Notes The Penwomen's Club was first formed in New Zealand in 1922 by Edna Macky, init

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Dates covered: 1950 - 1980     

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

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Dates covered: 1923 - 1967     

A collection of published works, newspaper cuttings and some MS items relating to Professor L.G.

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Dates covered: 1924 - 1968     

Rudolf Gopas was born in Heydekrug, Germany (now Siluté, Lithuania) in 1913 and graduated from art school with honours in 1938.

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Dates covered: 1956 - 1976      Contributor: Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu     

A meeting at the Portobello School in May 1899 led to the formation of the Portobello Musical and Literary Society.

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Dates covered: 1899 - 1900     

These papers concern the family of Mary Ann Excell (Hamlin) 1860-1942 and Edwin Excell 1856-1923.

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Dates covered: 1880 - 1994     

Manuscript of 'Catullus: the poems'

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Dates covered: Circa 1969 - Circa 1969     

This is a collection of some fifty-eight autograph letters, documents and other MS items, some referring to important personalities connected with the foundation and colonization of Canterbury and New

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Dates covered: 1658 - Circa 1900     

Richard Bentley and Son was one of the major nineteenth century publishing houses, publishing extensively both general non-fiction (travel, autobiography, history) and fiction.

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Dates covered: 1829 - 1898     

Rules and minutes from the inaugural meeting in March 1869, until February 1870, of a literary society set up in Thames for the purpose of debate and the presentation of papers.

Minutes

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Dates covered: 1869 - 1870     

Chapman was a meticulous collector of almost every record of his life and has left an extraordinarily rich legacy in his papers.

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Dates covered: 1933 - 2005      Contributor: Special Collections Te Tumu Herenga - Libraries and Learning Services     

Photocopy of manuscript for poetry book written by local poet Robert Neil Shaw. Includes copy of article "Franklin’s ‘poet on wheels’ a quad bike accident broke his back", 2008.

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Dates covered: 2008 - 2008      Contributor: Pukekohe Library     

The collection is composed of personal papers, amateur magazines and Club records, relating to the study of Science Fiction in New Zealand, or more commonly known as "fandom".

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Dates covered: 1931 - 1982     

Lars Andersen Schou was born in Denmark in 1835. He settled in Mauriceville in 1875 where he farmed. He was known as the "Mauriceville Poet" and is buried at the Lutheran Church Mauriceville.

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Dates covered: 1866 - 1920     

This entry is a revision of NRAM A 377 Historical Notes Born in Liverpool, Kate Sheppard (nee Malcolm) settled in Christchurch with her family in 1869 and two years later married Walter Allen Sheppa

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Dates covered: 1869 - 1938     
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