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Reports and correspondence relating to various proposals for canals linking the Waitemata and Manukau Harbours and the Waikato River and Manukau Harbour. Items include a summary of various canal propo

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Dates covered: 1913 - 1983     

Documents compiled as background research for the publication, Martyn Thompson and Alice Clements, "Where New Zealand touches the world : from farm paddock to South Pacific hub.

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Dates covered: 1911 - 2003     

Albums of photographs and ephemera assembled by Mrs A.J.

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Dates covered: 1927 - 1996     

Oral history interview with Dawn Baigent, long-time resident of the Pakuranga and Howick area.

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Dates covered: Circa 1930 - Circa 1944     

Interview with Don Battley, former Anglican vicar at St Peter’s Anglican Church, Pakuranga. Mr Battley discusses working in Pakuranga in the 1970’s and 80’s from a vicar’s perspective.

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Dates covered: 1971 - 2016     

Correspondence, account books and other financial records of the Beachlands Community Library. The library was established on a voluntary basis in 1964.

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Dates covered: 1968 - 1974     

Thirteen photograph albums and six scrapbooks, newspaper clippings and items of ephemera relating to fashion parades in Howick 1984-1986 and Miss Howick and national and international beauty pageants

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Dates covered: 1984 - 2012     

Interview with Max Beesley, retired stockman, at Max Beesley’s home in Papatoetoe, on 7 February 2014.

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Dates covered: Circa 1950 - Circa 1976     

Brief history of the construction of the first Auckland to Drury railway, which was begun in 1862 and abandoned in 1866.

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Dates covered: 1858 - 1866     

Mr Ralph Boggust, former Parks Superintendent of Manukau City Council, was interviewed at his home by Bruce Ringer on 14 January 2011. Ralph Boggust served as Manukau City Council’s Parks Superinte

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Dates covered: 2011 - 2011     

'Manurewa: a women's history': an essay written by student researcher, Joanna Bourke, under the guidance of the Manurewa Historical Society.

Essay

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Dates covered: 1982 - 1982     

Oral history interview with long time local Pakuranga resident Brenda Scott (nee White) by Karen Lawson and Geoff Pollard from Pakuranga Library, Auckland Libraries, on 2 July 2014.

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Dates covered: Circa 1940 - Circa 1969     

The Playcentre Federation of New Zealand, an internationally recognised early childhood organisation unique to New Zealand, was formed in 1948 with a philosophy of the importance of child initiated pl

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Dates covered: 1960 - 1979     

Cambria Park was built as a farmhouse in Puhinui, near Papatoetoe, 1879-80. Later additions were made by the Price family.

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Dates covered: 1994 - 1994     

Scrapbook [folder] of notes and items relating to the history of the Presbyterian churches of South Auckland; with a number of photographs of churches and church sites taken between 1996-1999. The sc

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Dates covered: 1850 - 2000     

Mrs Anne Candy was a Manukau City councillor from 1995 to 2010 and the deputy mayor from 1998 to 2007.

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Dates covered: 2011 - 2011     

Mrs Stella Cattle has worked for Manukau City Council for 35 years. Now employed by Auckland Council, she is currently in charge of civic events in the southern region of the city.

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Dates covered: 2011 - 2011     

Mr Cecil Lochan, former Environmental Health Officer for Manukau City Council, worked for local government for 30 years. He was interviewed in his home by Dionne Christian on 8 November 2011.

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Dates covered: 2011 - 2011     

Records consist of a chapter taken from a family memoir and describe the Grieve family's experiences as new immigrants from South Africa to Howick in the 1960s.

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Dates covered: 1963 - 1992     

List giving the origins of street names in the Otara, East Tamaki and Wiri areas of Manukau City, and associated e-mail correspondence.

Street names in East Tamaki / Flat Bush / Otara / Wiri

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Dates covered: Circa 1850 - Circa 1989     
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