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Alexandra School was established in 1864. In 1912 it became Alexandra District High School, incorporating primary and secondary schools.

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Dates covered: 1878 - 1961     

Olga Sansom wrote about her areas of interest in radio broadcasts, book reviews, published books and articles and in answering the many inquiries that came to her.

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Dates covered: 1686 - 1991     

The school was established at Cromwell 1865 and became a District High School in 1925, and Cromwell College in 1978.

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Dates covered: 1874 - 1989     

In February 1871, ten Dominican nuns arrived in Dunedin to begin teaching in Roman Catholic schools in New Zealand.

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Dates covered: Circa 1871 - 2003     

Forbury School pened in 1874 and decapitated to Macandrew Intermediate in 1940. Scope and contents: This collection contains; admission, progress and withdrawal registers (1878-1972), roll books

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Dates covered: Circa 1890 - 2000     

Typescript copy of notes taken from an exercise book belonging to James Graham of Pukekohe (b. 1866).

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Dates covered: 1866 - 1897      Contributor: Pukekohe Library     

Kaikorai Valley High School opened as a state school for year 9 to year 13 pupils in 1958.

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Dates covered: 1958 - Circa 2006     

The Christian Brothers arrived in Dunedin in 1876. That same year they took over St Joseph's School, a private establishment in upper Dowling (now Tennyson) Street.

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Dates covered: 1875 - 2009     

In 1893 the Dunedin Technical Association acquired the lease of a property in Great King Street and established the Dunedin Technical School.

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Dates covered: 1887 - 1977     

King's High School, a secondary school for boys, was built in 1935 and opened on 3 February 1936 with an opening roll of 200 pupils. It was built to relieve overcrowding at Otago Boys' High School.

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Dates covered: 1936 - 2001     

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     

Logan Park High School opened in 1975 and was developed from an earlier school in central Dunedin, King Edward Technical College.

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Dates covered: 1947 - 2007     

Oral history interview with Betty MacFarlan, resident of Pakuranga since the mid 1950’s. Interviewed by Karen Lawson with Geoff Pollard, Librarians, Auckland Libraries on the 3rd of December 2014.

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Dates covered: Circa 1950 - Circa 1970      Contributor: South Auckland Research Centre     

Eweburn School was established, initially part-time, in 1879. It became Ranfurly School in 1910.

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Dates covered: 1879 - 2000     

This collection contains the bulk of the administrative records of the Otago Education Board, including teachers registers, school inspection records, photographs, clippings books and school plans.

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Dates covered: 1856 - 1989     

Otago Girls' High School was the first public girls' school in the southern hemisphere.

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Dates covered: 1871 - 2008     

Interview with long-time Pakuranga residents Warren and Diana Patterson at their home in Pakuranga on the 15th of October 2014.

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Dates covered: 1967 - 2014      Contributor: South Auckland Research Centre     

Background The inaugural festival was held in 1976.

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Dates covered: 1999 - 2017      Contributor: South Auckland Research Centre     

Six audio cassette tapes with recordings of local Pukekohe identities. Names and subject in printed email of index include: Messrs W. Johns, Re. farming; W. Dunsbee, Re.

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Dates covered: Circa 1961 - Circa 1961      Contributor: Pukekohe Library     

Queen's High School, Dunedin, was established in 1955.

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Dates covered: 1954 - 2005     
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