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Henry Moon was a steward on the naval brig-of-war HMS 'Osprey' at the time of its wreck at Herekino in 1846, being described by the editor of his diary as 'one of the humbler classes, and probably sel

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Dates covered: 1846 - 1846     

Alan Mulgan was born in Katikati in 1881 and educated at Auckland.

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Dates covered: 1900 - 1962     

This entry is a revision of NRAM C 77 Scope & Contents The collection includes minutes, conference reports, annual reports, correspondence and ephemera for the National Council of Churches Women's C

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Dates covered: 1956 - 1981     

The collection includes minutes, conference reports, annual reports, correspondence and ephemera for the National Council of Churches Women's Committee from 1964-1981.

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Dates covered: 1956 - 1981     

Historical Notes This illuminated address was presented to Ellen Melville on the occasion of her resignation as president of the Auckland National Council of Women (NCW) on 24 May 1922. Scope & Cont

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Dates covered: 1922 - 1922     

The New Zealand Manuscripts Collection consists of manuscripts and archives relating to New Zealand, particularly Auckland and Northland, from the early 19th century to the present.

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Dates covered: 1800 - 2015     

This entry is a revision of NRAM B 576 Historical Notes The Trained Nurses Association held its first general meeting in Auckland on 23 July 1908 when subscriptions were set and a committee formed.

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Dates covered: 1908 - 1967     

The Trained Nurses' Association held its first general meeting in Auckland on 23 July 1908 when subscriptions were set and a committee formed.

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Dates covered: 1908 - 1967     

A collection of miscellaneous non-New Zealand manuscripts ranging in date from 1558 to the 20th century. Includes letters from Lord Nelson and some 16th and 17th century manuscripts.

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Dates covered: 1558 - 1986     

The brigantine 'Clara' was purchased by William Foote and Robert Peace in June 1864 with the intention of taking their families from Newfoundland to New Zealand.

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Dates covered: 1864 - 1865     

Philip Philips left London in 1848, and subsequently established himself as a businessman in Auckland City.

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Dates covered: 1870 - 1909     

This entry is a revision of NRAM C 78. The records were donated by Paul Phillips of Auckland who was an important figure in the New Zealand Marching Association for many years and an instructor and c

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Dates covered: Circa 1930 - 1990     

Paul Phillips of Auckland is a life member of the New Zealand Marching Association and has served as a judge in competitions. The collection includes minutes of the Association and photographs, perio

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Dates covered: 1945 - 1990     

These records appear to have been collated by the Secretary of the Records Committee, Mrs Rhoda Bloodworth, as the correspondence in the folders is addressed to her. Historical Notes Ellen Melville

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Dates covered: 1957 - 1963     

James Preece, a member of the Church Missionary Society, came to New Zealand in 1829, and subsequently opened mission stations at Thames and in the Ureweras.

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Dates covered: 1828 - 1906     

Gives date and place of licensing, ordination and induction of ministers of the Presbytery of Auckland. The Presbytery was founded 14 October 1856, and originally covered Auckland Province.

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Dates covered: 1853 - 1976     

Sir George Grey Special Collections houses the largest collection of works by and about Alexandre Dumas père outside France, including first editions and 2,000 pages of manuscripts.

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Dates covered: 1829 - 1949     

Rules and minutes from the inaugural meeting in March 1869, until February 1870, of a literary society set up in Thames for the purpose of debate and the presentation of papers.

Minutes

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Dates covered: 1869 - 1870     

Correspondence, 1860-74; minutes, 1860; letterbook, 1863-66; attestation roll, 1863-73; accounting forms, 1863-64; order books, 1860-71.

Records

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Dates covered: 1860 - 1874     

In 1848 Bishop Selwyn, acting as temporary chaplain of H.M.S.

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Dates covered: 1848 - 1861     
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