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Oral history interview with Dawn Baigent, long-time resident of the Pakuranga and Howick area.

Contains 0 items in The Community Archive
Dates covered: Circa 1930 - Circa 1944      Contributor: South Auckland Research Centre     

615 Castle Street "Naming a flat is a lot of fun, people know here you live! Currently I live at the Beehive a notorious flat in the heart of Castle Street.

Dates covered: 2007 - Current     

15 Ethel Benjamin Place “It was originally a butchers shop. My room was the one here with the biggest window - I'm sure where the butcher used to display all the meat! Yummy! ...

Dates covered: 1997 - Current     

114 Union Street The name plate was made using the head board from a single bed. The flatmates all signed the back.

Dates covered: 1999 - Current     

The purpose of this collection is to record, preserve and commemorate the sometimes ephemeral, sometimes enduring, phenomenon of the named Dunedin student flat. For more than a couple of decades no

Contains 14 items in The Community Archive
Dates covered: Circa 1950 - Current     

A short description of the purpose of the exhibition My Flat Your Flat Our Place which was held as part of OUSA Art Week (10-14 August 2009).

Dates covered: 2009 - 2009     

Interview with Kathryn Ryan on the Nine to Noon show on National Radio, 24.09.09.

Dates covered: 2009 - 2009     

Material relating to the establishment, opening of the Franklin Eventide Home (for the elderly) run by the Presbyterian Social Service Association (Auckland) Inc.

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Dates covered: Circa 1975 - Circa 1975      Contributor: Pukekohe Library     

William Alex Fraser was born in Dunedin.

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Dates covered: Circa 1940 - 1981     

Oral history interview with Janice Grace at her home in Pakuranga on 29 April 2014. Recorded by Karen Lawson, Pakuranga Library.

Contains 0 items in The Community Archive
Dates covered: 1959 - 2015      Contributor: South Auckland Research Centre     

Oral history interview with Moira Malcolm, former Pakuranga resident at her home in the Bruce McLaren Retirement Village, Howick.

Contains 0 items in The Community Archive
Dates covered: 1962 - 1992      Contributor: South Auckland Research Centre     

Collection of photographs, copies of newspaper articles and copies of journal articles and one sketch relating to the history and relocation of the original Mangere Central Schoolhouse.

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Dates covered: 1859 - 2001      Contributor: South Auckland Research Centre     

89 Clyde Street “One of the better-known flat identities ... named after the bar on the television cartoon series The Simpsons.

Dates covered: 2000 - Current     

Book containing subscription lists, meeting agendas and receipts from the Otahuhu Ratepayers and Residents Association.

Contains 0 items in The Community Archive
Dates covered: 1984 - 1985      Contributor: Otahuhu Historical Society     

Collection of research notes, correspondence, reports and written notes gathered by students at Hillary College as part of a history project on the subject of Otara.

Contains 0 items in The Community Archive
Dates covered: 1955 - 1983      Contributor: South Auckland Research Centre     

Interview with long-time Pakuranga residents Mary and Peter Patterson at their home in Pakuranga on 3 August 2015.

Contains 0 items in The Community Archive
Dates covered: 1962 - 2016      Contributor: South Auckland Research Centre     

3 Clyde Street Pink Flat the Door was created in 1988 by a group of University of Otago students.

Dates covered: 1998 - Current     

A documentary researched and presented by Emma Lancaster. "Emma Lancaster reports from the heart of student-land in Dunedin where living in sub-standard housing seems to be a rite of passage.

Dates covered: 2009 - 2009     

Interview with Joan Rutherford, long term Pakuranga resident. Mrs Rutherford reminisces about her time living in Pakuranga in the 1960’s and 1970s.

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Dates covered: Circa 1960 - Circa 2016      Contributor: South Auckland Research Centre     

59 Howe Street

Dates covered: 2008 - Current     
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