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James Booth was born in Westmorland, England, the eldest son of Richard Booth and came to New Zealand, with his wife Maria, in connection with the Church Missionary Society in 1852.

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Dates covered: 1860 - 1918     

James Booth was born in Westmoreland, England and came to New Zealand with his wife Maria, in connection with the Church Missionary Society in 1852.

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Dates covered: 1860 - 1918     

This entry is a revision of NRAM C 248 Historical Notes The Federation of New Zealand Business and Professional Women's Club was formed in April 1939 and for the first seven years was part of the Wa

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Dates covered: 1945 - 1982     

Robert D. Campbell, formerly Registrar of Ships for New Zealand, is the author of 'The Ships Register' (1980) and 'Captain Cadell and the Waikato Flotilla' (1985).

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Dates covered: 1975 - 1988     

Jack Goss was a member of the New Zealand Rifle Brigade during World War 1. He was married to Violette Maude (Lettie) Goss and had one son, John Goss.

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Dates covered: 1915 - 1915     

This entry is a revision of NRAM C 244 Historical Notes The Guild was founded after a preliminary meeting at Government House on 5 June 1940.

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Dates covered: 1940 - 1948     

The Guild was founded after a preliminary meeting at Government House on 5 June 1940.

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Dates covered: 1940 - 1948     

This entry is a revision of NRAM C 245 Historical Notes The Wanganui Branch of the National Council of Women was formed in 1937 when a group of interested women decided to hold a meeting.

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Dates covered: 1937 - 1990     

The Wanganui Branch of the National Council of Women was formed in 1937 when a group of interested women decided to hold a meeting.

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Dates covered: 1937 - Unknown     

Cecil Lovegrove was a military historian who lived in Wanganui.

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Dates covered: 1861 - 1972     

The Council was formed as part of the Queen Elizabeth II Arts Council Act 1974 and is still in operation today.

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Dates covered: 1973 - 1973     

This association, also known as the Non-commercial Broadcasting Association, was formed in 1977 and incorporated in 1978.

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Dates covered: 1977 - 1980     

The Federation of New Zealand Business and Professional Women's Clubs was formed in April 1939 and for the first seven years was part of the YWCA, to which it is still affiliated.

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Dates covered: 1945 - 1982     

Wanganui Public Library was established when a number of prominent Wanganui gentlemen took control of the Oddfellows Library.

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Dates covered: 1877 - 1918     
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