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This collection consists of manuscripts, correspondence, clippings and publications relating to the career of Gordon Mirams; predominantly to Mr Mirams' roles as a film critic and particularly as New Zealand's Film Censor in the 1950s. Also includes some material pertinent to his Mass Communications role with UNESCO.
The only records held from Frank Munro are those to do with his involvement with 'Extrav'.
The records consist of minute books and meeting reports, registers and financial records of the Institute from its establishment in 1905 to c1967 (the date varies for different types of record).
Records held include the meetings of Council and of the Standing Committee, correspondence, membership information, subject files and publications.
Records are also held for the two predecessor organisations, the Royal Institute of International Affairs. New Zealand branch (1934-1939), and the Institute of Pacific Relations. New Zealand Branch (1926-1939). These have been processed as separate record groups.
The records include the working files of the organisations, chiefly correspondence and subject files, together with some minutes and accounts, also awards, printed material on workers' compensation, and some newspaper clippings. The bulk of the union material comes from the 1940s, with all the files closed in 1948.
Please consult list in paper form.
This collection consists of the typescript of and article written by Dr John [E.P.] Thomson for Kite in 1994 about the teaching of New Zealand literature at Victoria University of Wellington, and a letter to Dr Thomson from Professor Ian Gordon outlining his impressions of the topic.
Established to 'encourage, promote and develop the practice and appreciation of culture and the arts' within the student bodies of all tertiary educational institutions, the NZSAC records include minutes, documentation of activities, and posters. The records consist chiefly of the correspondence and other documentation related to the tours and similar activities, together with financial records and council minutes, and a set of the posters advertising tours.
The records consist of correspondence files, minutes, financial records and registration files, mostly dating from the 1950s, but with some records prior to that period, including a set of NZUSA minutes from 1902, the year of the first University Tournament.
The collection consists of 9 letters from Maria Nicholson to her cousin Elizabeth Hall, dated between March 1859 and October 1861. The letters describe her voyage on the 'Eclipse' and her observations on life and events here in New Zealand.