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This collection consists of the texts and some sketches of 20 different historical/heritage trail walks, developed by Alan La Roche, in the wider Howick/Pakuranga area.

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Dates covered: 1973 - 2007     

History of the Gibbons Laurie, Robinson and Williams families of Weymouth, Manurewa. The collection includes original letters from the Laurie and Gibbons families 1862 to 1895.

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Dates covered: 1862 - 2012     

File of correspondence relating to Rev. C.T.J.

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Dates covered: 1866 - 1965     

This collection consists of material dating from 1937-1962. The first cinema at Papakura (opened by the Richardson Brothers) was initially known as the Picture Palace, then the Paragon and then th

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Dates covered: 1937 - 1962     

Research material, correspondence and book launch display materials created by Bruce Ringer during his work on his book Countryside in the city : a history of Totara Park Manurewa. Auckland, N.Z.

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Dates covered: 2010 - 2012     

Materials collected towards a history of jazz in New Zealand: manuscript essays (including 'Jazz and dance music in Auckland 1918 to 1935'), copies of interviews, programmes and fliers, clippings, cop

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Dates covered: 1918 - 1988     

Collection of material gathered for library display and documentary for Family History Month in 2014. Created by the staff at Tupu Youth Library.

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Dates covered: 2014 - 2014     

Oral history interview with long time Pakuranga residents Ray and Lindsey Vickers. The recording was made at the home of Ray and Lindsey by Karen Lawson, Librarian, Pakuranga Library.

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Dates covered: 1936 - 2014     

Postcard with a photograph of a group of 11 young men dressed in military uniform at Trentham Military Camp in 1915.

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Dates covered: 1915 - 1915     

Essay on the life, vicissitudes and death of Adam Chisholm, who emigrated to New Zealand in 1841, and in 1844 bought land near Papakura, thereafter embarking on a long legal battle to justify his clai

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Dates covered: 1840 - 1873     

Oral history interview with long term Pakuranga residents Trevor and Ireen Warbrooke by Karen Lawson and Geoff Pollard, Librarians from Pakuranga Library on the 7th August 2014.

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Dates covered: Circa 1963 - 2014     

Tony Waters, retired teacher, interviewed by Bruce Ringer, 1 December, 2005. Mr Waters talks about his years growing up in small-town Waiuku during the 1930s to 1950s and includes material on his lat

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Dates covered: 2005 - 2005     

Robert (Bob) Howard White, Mayor of Papatoetoe, 1965 - 1986, interviewed by Bruce Ringer about his life, times and career.

Interview

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Dates covered: 2004 - 2004     

Minute book of the Whitford Public Affairs Association, 4 August 1947 - April 1986; with other items tipped in (constitution and rules; accounts; reports; miscellaneous correspondence etc.) The Whitf

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Dates covered: 1947 - 1986     

Gwen Wichman, resident of Manurewa, author and long-term secretary of the Manurewa Historical Society, interviewed by Daniel Gray. Interview relates to life in the Manurewa area.

Interview

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Dates covered: 2004 - 2004     

Documents drafted by Mrs M.C.

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Dates covered: 1989 - 1989     

Folder containing transcripts of the original letters and journals written by lay missionary William Thomas Fairburn to the Christian Missionary Society during the years 1882 to 1849.

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Dates covered: 1928 - 1991     

'Hape settles Puketapapa': retelling of a Maori legend relating to Puketapapa (sometimes known as Ihumatao).

Notes

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The Woodside Methodist Church was first established in 1855, a new church building being opened in 1901. On 5 May 1901 a plot of land beside the new church was gazetted as a cemetery.

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Dates covered: 1906 - 1975     

Subject files [1944-1956] – photocopies of material held at the National Archives of New Zealand with associated correspondence. Items relating to temporary Army camp at Mangere Crossing (Camp Ewart)

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Dates covered: 1944 - 1956     
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