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Manuscript on parliamentary procedure: Constitution of New Zealand - Powers of Parliament. Draft of projected manual of procedure.
There have been two transfers of Prof. Hamer's papers, following his untimely death. The first transfer comprised working files from his office in the History Department, and electronic copies of his email correspondence. The second transfer added index cards to do with his electoral history research, and photograph albums chiefly covering his interest in buildings in North America.
The collection comprises files of union publications, news clippings, and other documents used in the compilation of Dr. Hare's Social Relations fellowship reports. Items are arranged by subject. Other users have commented on their usefulness as a background for union records and for more public sources on the economic and social conditions during the war.
The collection consisted of correspondence, papers and reports related to banking and finance in New Zealand, mostly in the 1930s, as well as a number of pamphlets about economics and socialism and a notebook of prayers and biblical verses. Most of the pamphlets have been catalogued and integrated into the general pamphlet collection, with some duplicates being discarded. Remaining material is held in the archival collections. The correspondents include Michael Savage and Walter Nash.
Julius McLachlan Hogben was active in several University clubs before his graduation LLB in 1922, but the only records which are held are those to do with his involvement in debating and with capping productions.
Two A2 size map folders of photostat copies of 14th C texts on Buridan Logic. These texts may well be available online. One transit box of foolscap folders contains similar material, and one folder of handwritten notes.
Hunt, Diane: Submissions to Defence Committee of Enquiry - (Chair CORNER, Frank H) working set of Diane Hunt
John Hursthouse - Journal of a voyage [in the ship Thomas Sparks] from Gravesend, England, to New Zealand, 26 July - 2 December 1842
International Institute for Modern Letters (IIML). Interview between Prof. Bill Manhire and Catherine Vidler, 2002
Two audiotapes covering Prof. Bill Manhire's experience with the Creative Writing Courses run at VUW and especially questions to do with the arrangement and description of the records from these courses, which Catherine Vidler had arranged and described.
1. New Zealand Committee of Women including meeting minutes; newsletters; regional IWY reports/newsletters; handouts; 2. Conference on "Education and the equality of the sexes" November 197: minutes, adminstration, information; 3. Conference for "Women in Social and Economic Development" March 1976; 4. Research material including sex roles and sterotypes, psychology, Wairarapa Community Action Project (CAP), women and law, women and unions and environment