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Biography: Octa Associates is a group of project management specialists with offices throughout New Zealand.

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Dates covered: 2004 - 2004     

James Elder Brown arrived in Otago on the 'Ajax' in 1849. He erected the first threshing machine, along with his brother and father.

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Dates covered: 1850 - 1887     

Oral history interview with Ron Elsmore by Karen Lawson and Geoff Pollard, Librarians, at Pakuranga Library in September 2014.

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Dates covered: Circa 1950 - 1965      Contributor: South Auckland Research Centre     

Biography: Michelle Justine Leus undertook two projects while at Queens High School, Dunedin, one being the compilation of research into the life of William Wilson, and the other a look at the Otago

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Dates covered: Circa 1988 - Circa 1988      Contributor: Heritage Collections, Dunedin Public Library     

Spiral bound volume of photocopied meeting minutes of the Mangere Central School Committee from April 1886 to 20 May 1907. Names listed include Chairman Mr M. M. Kirkbride, Messrs F. Pegler; W.

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Dates covered: 1886 - 1907      Contributor: Mangere Historical Society     

James Manson of Thurso, Scotland, first came to New Zealand in 1858, helping build First Church in Dunedin. After striking over working conditions, he and a friend returned to Scotland.

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Dates covered: 1858 - 2008     

The Dunedin Builders' Association was formed in 1873 to 'protect the interests of the trade generally and to assist by united effort the redress of grievances.' A demand by carpenters for increased w

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Dates covered: 1873 - 2000     

European settlement began at Queenstown in 1860, when William Gilbert Rees made the site of the future town the homestead for his sheep station.

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Dates covered: 1863 - 1969     

Biography: William Turnbull Smith was born in Scotland in 1837 and immigrated to New Zealand aboard the Ben Lomond in 1862. In January 1863 he made a trip to the Dunstan goldfields.

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Dates covered: 1862 - 1864     

Single sheet of paper listing titles of individual exhibits in a collaborative exhibition held at St Paul Gallery One, Auckland University of Technology, Central Auckland, 22 April – 27 May 2016.

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

This collection consists of a range of material collected and produced by Emeritus Professor Helen Tippett during the course of her career as an architectural educator and researcher.

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Dates covered: Unknown      Contributor: Victoria University of Wellington Library     

The collection includes site diaries and site meeting records relating to the Adams and Sayers Buildings, University of Otago.

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Dates covered: 1970 - 1974     

Oral history interview with long term Pakuranga residents Trevor and Ireen Warbrooke by Karen Lawson and Geoff Pollard, Librarians from Pakuranga Library on the 7th August 2014.

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Dates covered: Circa 1963 - 2014      Contributor: South Auckland Research Centre     
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