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Historical Notes: In 1923 a group of golfing friends requested that the Reserves Committee of Dunedin City Council lay off a portion of the Town Belt to allow them to construct a nine hole golf cours

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Dates covered: 1932 - 1973     

Biography: In 1923 a group of golfing friends asked the Reserves Committee of Dunedin City Council to lay off a portion of the Town Belt to allow them to construct a nine hole golf course.

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Dates covered: Circa 1935 - Circa 1993     

Bibliography: Bibiani is a town and capital of the Bibiani/Anhwiaso/Bekwai district, a district in the Western Region of Ghana.

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Dates covered: 1909 - 1909     

Scope & Content: Letter from an unknown woman to Mr Blackbaud, thanking him for his kindness in taking them into his home and helping them “………over that sad time of trouble”, and giving news of what

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Dates covered: 1988 - 1988     

Biography: Ernie Blair was brought up in Opoho, Dunedin, during WWI, and returned to live there when he retired.

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Dates covered: 1980 - 1982     

Biography: Archibald Bowman was born at Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland in 1828. His father was a miner at Donibristle Colliery and when old enough Archibald went to work in the pit.

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Dates covered: 1865 - 1867     

Biography: Otago Boys’ High School was founded in 1863. It was originaly know as Dunedin High School. Otago Girls’ High School was opened in 1871 as the Girls’ Provincial School.

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Dates covered: 1878 - 1878     

Historical Notes: The Brockville Ratepayers’ and Householders’ Improvement Society was formed at a meeting on 6 May 1946, and was recognised by the Dunedin City Council as the official voice of Brock

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Dates covered: 1946 - 1978     

Biography: Victor Maurice Braund was born in France, grew up in Kent, England and trained as an accountant in London.

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Dates covered: 1901 - 1905     

Biography: The project was undertaken jointly by Nga Tutukitanga o Taieri and Mosgiel Library. Sharon Bray was the researcher.

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Dates covered: Circa 1997 - Circa 1997     

Biography: Alexander Brown arrived at Port Chalmers, in the 'Eden', 27 December 1850.

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Dates covered: 1906 - 1906     

Biography: William Burnett was a farmer and for some years was the manager of Hawkdun Station near St Bathans, Otago.

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Dates covered: 1843 - 1923     

Biography: Richard Evelyn Byrd (1888-1957) was a U.S. naval officer, aviator, and polar explorer. After serving in World War I, he worked developing navigational aids for aircraft.

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Dates covered: 1934 - 1934     

Description: The Carisbrook Cricket Club was founded in 1873 and actually took its name from a small creek flowing through the Glen area and down to where the now famous sports ground stood.

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Dates covered: 1925 - 1925     

Biography: The Cedars of Lebanon Club was established in Dunedin in 1956 Between 1860 and 1900 thousands of young Lebanese left their homes to travel to seek a better life in other countries aroun

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Dates covered: 2008 - 2009     

Historical Notes: The Clavier Club of Dunedin was started on 17 September 1934, by a group of music teachers and students.

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Dates covered: 1934 - 1949     

Biography: Two manuscripts about the Otago goldfields, researched and written by Neil Clayton Scope & Content: “The Dynamics of Early-Phase Migration onto the Interior Goldfields of Otago, New Ze

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Dates covered: 1987 - 1987     

Biography: Miss R M Cockcraft is most likely to be Rosanna Maria Cockcraft known as “Dolly”. She was the eldest daughter of William Wild Joseph Cockcraft and his wife Anne Latrobe Cockcraft.

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Dates covered: Circa 1837 - Circa 1865     

Biography: Ellen Cockerill was the grandmother of Tom Cockerill to whom the photograph was given by Ellen Beattie’s son Evelyn Beattie.

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Dates covered: Circa 1890 - Circa 1910     

Biography: William Colenso, printer, missionary, explorer and botanist, was born in Cornwall in 1811.

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Dates covered: 1858 - 1883     
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