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These burial registers from Auckland's Symonds Street cemetery are arranged by date of burial.

Burial registers

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Dates covered: 1862 - 1885     

Collection is of telegrams, memos and letters [with typed transcriptions] concerning the appropriate date for a national anniversary for New Zealand. The correspondents were Lord Onslow, Governor-Gene

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Dates covered: 1889 - 1890     

ARTWORK was established in 1982 as an arts employment agency. It was a government work scheme supported by the Auckland City Council, the Northern Regional Arts Council and the Department of Labour.

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Dates covered: 1982 - 1986     

The papers include letters from the Ashton family in Manchester to Thomas and Elizabeth Ashton, Auckland.

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Dates covered: 1883 - 1918     

The Aston letters (GLAST) were written to Isabella Aston while she was acting as Private Secretary and aide to Grey during the last years of his life, 1894-1898.

Dates covered: Circa 1894 - Circa 1900     

The first companies of the Auckland Rifle Volunteers were formed in 1858, serving both as a back-up to the garrison and as an active force in the field. NZ/MS/2 is the minute-book of the City Company

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Dates covered: 1858 - 1888     

The records of the Women's Heritage Trust were deposited in Auckland City Library as a 1990 project. Historical Notes The Auckland Women's Heritage Trust was set up as a 1990 project to encourage wo

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Dates covered: 1990 - 1990     

Full returns from a series of annual censuses conducted by the Auckland Police Office of the town and district of Auckland. The main population census records inhabitants street by street, giving nam

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Dates covered: 1842 - 1846     

Adam Beaney was born in Norwich, England, where he trained as a practical engineer before coming to Auckland in 1862. In 1866 he bought land in Grey Lynn, where in 1881 he established an engineering

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Dates covered: 1886 - 1944     

Charles Brasch was a major New Zealand poet and former editor of 'Landfall'.

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Dates covered: 1972 - 1972     

This entry is a revision of NRAM C 68 Historical Notes Broadsheet is a feminist periodical founded in 1972 by the Auckland-based Broadsheet Collective. Scope & Contents The records consist of subj

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Dates covered: 1972 - 1990     

'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     

These papers mainly concern the dismissal of I.J. Burgess as Harbour Master in Auckland and his downgrading to captain of the pilot schooner.

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Dates covered: 1868 - 1888     

Clendon was the first United States Consul to New Zealand, 1839-1841 and a member of the first New Zealand Legislative Council, 1841-1844.

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Dates covered: Circa 1930 - Circa 1949     

While stationed at Waimate (1830-1845) and Kaikohe (1845-1854), the Rev.

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Dates covered: 1839 - 1851     

Edwin Fairburn, son of the missionary William Fairburn, was born at Paihia on 27 April 1827.

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Dates covered: 1832 - 1842     

Fearnley, together with his wife and child, emigrated from England on the 'British Empire'.

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Dates covered: 1879 - 1880     

Francis and Maria Fenton came to New Zealand with their four children from Britain via Australia on the S.S. 'Hero' in 1869.

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Dates covered: 1658 - 1949     

Historical Notes The Gold Star Mothers Club was formed in Auckland after a meeting on 22 September 1948 of mothers of deceased servicemen.

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Dates covered: 1948 - 1970     

Brother of the painter C.F. Goldie, Dr William Goldie studied in Auckland and Sydney, but completed his medical degrees in Edinburgh.

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Dates covered: 1899 - 1899     
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