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James K. Baxter was one of New Zealand's greatest poets, and also a noted social critic. He was born at Dunedin in 1926, son of Archibald and Millicent Baxter, well-known pacifists.

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Dates covered: Circa 1937 - 1975     

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     

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     

The O'Neill's were involved with the Society for the Protection of the Unborn Child (SPUC), The Society for the Promotion of Community Standards, IHC and the Catholic Church. Scope and Contents:

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Dates covered: 1963 - 1992     

St Edmund's school opened on 28 January 1949 in Macandrew Road, South Dunedin. The School was a private Catholic School operating under the auspices of the Christian Brothers.

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Dates covered: 1949 - 1999     

The school opened on 13 February 1882 as St Mary's, and later became St Joseph's. It was integrated in 1983.

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Dates covered: 1883 - 1988     

Francis Edwin (Frank) Tod was born at Palmerston in 1931 and raised at Seacliff. After leaving high school he worked in insurance offices in Dunedin and Invercargill.

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Dates covered: Circa 1820 - 2001     
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