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The log-book of two voyages by the 'Black Diamond' from Port Nelson. The first under William Rhind, went to Wanganui to load cattle.

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Dates covered: 1864 - 1865     

The collection includes subject indexes 1988-1999, and photographs taken for the 'Upper Hutt Leader' newspaper in the 1970s and 1980s. The photographs have not yet been sorted in any way. A35/1 Inde

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Dates covered: 1988 - 1998     

The 2 ZR radio club class B private radio broadcasting station was initiated by Wilkins and Field Ltd. in 1923.

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Dates covered: 1914 - 1933     

This is a day-by-day account of a journey by train and horse-drawn coach from Christchurch via Arthur's Pass, Greymouth and Reefton to Nelson and return between 19th and 24th October 1897.

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Dates covered: 1897 - 1897     

Yvonne Airey (nee Blackett) worked as a journalist in Wellington and the Hutt Valley beginning as a cadet with the "Evening Post" in 1963.

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Dates covered: Circa 1950 - 1997     

The construction of the lighthouse at the Akaroa Heads was started in 1878 and the lights were first shown in 1880.

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Dates covered: 1880 - 1977     

'Aroha Nui Otara' was a community newspaper in Otara, Manukau City, published (mostly) fortnightly from August 23 1993 to February 12 1996, 57 issues in all.

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Dates covered: 1993 - 1993     

The recollections of Mr James Ashworth of 'Harleston', Sefton, North Canterbury, as recounted in September 1918, and a postscript dated 18 August 1919. James Ashworth came to Canterbury with his pare

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Dates covered: 1853 - 1919     

Reports and correspondence relating to various proposals for canals linking the Waitemata and Manukau Harbours and the Waikato River and Manukau Harbour. Items include a summary of various canal propo

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Dates covered: 1913 - 1983     

This collection consists of soft drink labels from Pahiatua and newspapers found in a house owned by Ted Barnes.

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Dates covered: 1905 - 1953     

Batten was a saddler at Bulls. In November 1892, together with Wanganui photographer, Alfred Martin, and J. C. Blackett he went up the Wanganui River to photograph scenery.

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Dates covered: 1892 - 1892     

F.T. Berry married Elizabeth Jane Warden in 1839, and they came to New Zealand on the 'London' in 1840. By 1845 he was farming at Happy Valley, north of Nelson.

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Dates covered: 1838 - 1879     

Bray was born in London in 1812.

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Dates covered: 1839 - 1875     

'Broadsheet' is a feminist periodical founded in 1972 by the Auckland-based Broadsheet Collective. The records consist of subject files, predominantly containing newspaper and other published article

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Dates covered: 1972 - 1989     

Brough came from Cumberland and worked on the Victorian goldfields, before arriving in Nelson in 1866.

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Dates covered: 1883 - 1899     

Edwin Blyth Buckhurst opened The Radio Warehouse in the 1920s.

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Dates covered: 1926 - 1954     

Mr J. Caffin was the publicity officer on the Canterbury International Air Race Council. The papers relate to the London-Christchurch (England-NZ) International Air Race in 1953.

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Dates covered: 1947 - 1953     

The Canterbury District Railway Committee was set up in July 1922 under the auspices of the Canterbury Progress League with representatives of the Railways Department, the Industrial Association, and

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Dates covered: 1922 - 1926     

The records comprise official correspondence (1852-1875); correspondence concerning public works (1864-1876); letter-books of various departments including Treasury and Railways, and of the Road Board

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Dates covered: 1852 - 1876     

Constructed in the 1860ts under the auspices of the Canterbury Provincial Council, the 2.870 yardlong Lyttelton railway tunnel cost £195,000 to complete. Mooted by W.S.

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Dates covered: 1864 - 1874     
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