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Description: Campaign Against Foreign Military Activities in New Zealand (CAFMANZ) was formed in 1972.

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Dates covered: Circa 1970 - Circa 1973      Contributor: Heritage Collections, Dunedin Public Library     

Bruce and Russell Craig, brothers with a life-long association with Manurewa, interviewed by Bruce Ringer, 10 December, 2007. The brothers talk about the Butterworth and Craig family history; life in

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Dates covered: 2007 - 2007     

Hazel Jean McIntyre (nee Stanbury) was born in Akaroa 4 July 1920. She joined the NZWAAC (later NZWRAC) on 12 March 1943 as temporary staff and enlisted in the regular force April 1948.

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Dates covered: Circa 1940 - Circa 1970     

Background Lt. Douglas Rubb, USNR, supplied the author of the book United States Forces in New Zealand 1942-1945 with research material regarding this era.

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Dates covered: Circa 1942 - 1988      Contributor: South Auckland Research Centre     

Some or all of this collection was gathered and used for background research for publications on local history of the Franklin area written by either Nona Morris and Keith Morris (military history).

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Dates covered: 1811 - 2008      Contributor: Pukekohe Library     

Typescript document describing the life of Nora Katie Brown, local resident of Pukekohe written in 1983. Archive relates to the O’Connor, Maxwell and Morrin families of the Franklin District.

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Dates covered: 1894 - 1983      Contributor: Pukekohe Library     

Typed manuscript with notes on the following topics relating to Otahuhu: early Maori history; early settler histroy; Royal New Zealand Fencibles settlements; libraires, Magistrates Court, Road Board;

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Dates covered: 1880 - 1938     

Postcard with a photograph of a group of 11 young men dressed in military uniform at Trentham Military Camp in 1915.

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Dates covered: 1915 - 1915      Contributor: South Auckland Research Centre     
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