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Elizabeth Smither was born in New Plymouth in 1941 and educated at New Plymouth Girls' High School. Her first collection of poems, 'Here Come the Clouds', was published in 1975.

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Dates covered: 1969 - 2008     

Francis Newton (Frank) Smyth was brought up in the Catlins district. He later lived in Central Otago and Dunedin.

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Dates covered: Circa 1890 - 2000     

Hone Tuwhare corresponded with Heinke and her husband Peter.

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Dates covered: 1985 - 2000     

The South Island Writers' Association began at an inaugural meeting held on 30 January 1963 at the Christchurch Workers Educational Association (W.E.A.). Initially the Association was called the 'Chr

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Dates covered: 1963 - 1975     

Feminist and community worker Anna Stout was married to Sir Robert Stout, Premier of New Zealand from 1884 to 1887.

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Dates covered: 1831 - 1930     

Son of C.B. Max Straubel, a well-known Canterbury surveyor and civil engineer, Carl Straubel worked as editor of publications for Whitcombe and Tombs from 1948 until his death.

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Dates covered: 1937 - 1959     

Janet Frame first met Mildred Surry, a librarian, in 1958. She rented a room in Kentish Town with three other women, one of whom was Mildred. They remained friends and kept contact.

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Dates covered: 1958 - 1993     

Edward Lionel Terry was born on 6 January 1873 at Sandwich, Kent, England and educated at Merton College, Wimbledon.

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Dates covered: 1902 - 1947     

Poet Hone Tuwhare was born near Kaikohe in 1922 and had links with Nga Puhi, Ngati Korokoro, Ngati Tautahi, Te Uri O Hau and Te Popoto, along with other northern iwi.

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Dates covered: 1817 - 1998     

Hone Tuwhare was an award-winning New Zealand poet, who also wrote short stories, plays and opera librettos. Scope and contents: This large collection includes numerous manuscripts (both handwri

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Dates covered: 1817 - 1998     

Biography: Born in Northland, Hone Tuwhare started his life in the Nga Puhi tribe. On the death of his mother his family moved to Auckland where he attended primary school.

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Dates covered: Circa 1889 - 1990      Contributor: Heritage Collections, Dunedin Public Library     

Murray Vaughan was a long-time resident of Carterton who had a passionate interest in Carterton history.

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Dates covered: 1937 - 1987     

The Wai-te-ata Press was founded by D. F. McKenzie as a bibliographical press for the Victoria University Department of English.

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Dates covered: 1961 - 1984     

Raymond Ward was a prominent poet, art critic and art history lecturer. Scope and contents: The collection includes numerous poems by Raymond Ward, either unpublished or published privately.

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Dates covered: Circa 1943 - 2003     

Mrs Phyl Wardell is a Christchurch writer of children's fiction.

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Dates covered: 1951 - 1976     
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