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Subject Source: Local sources
Scope Note: A note to enable inhouse administrative reports

Found in 121 Collections and/or Records:

Diary of John Aldred

 Fonds — Box MSS A365 D
Identifier: aldj
Scope and contents note

Aldred was a Methodist minister with the Wesleyan Missionary Society, who arrived in New Zealand in 1840 and served at Kawhia, Nelson, Christchurch and Wellington. See DNZB / Scholefield (Vol 1, p9). [Source: TAPUHI online catalogue 08 Jan 2007].

Dates: 1839-1864

Ansley, Alfred. Script for a play titled 'Barabbas: a fable in three acts.'

Identifier: 1
Scope and Contents note

Carbon typescript of 'Barabbas: a fable in three acts.'

Dates: 1900s

Article: 'The changing face of Maori leadership', 1956?

 Series — Folder MSS W772 C: Series winms01
Identifier: winms01
Scope and Contents note

'The changing face of Maori leadership', 37 p., 19 leaves, typescript. Two copies in different formats.

Dates: 1956?

Berendsen, Carl - Memoirs

 Fonds — Folder MSS B488 R 1-5
Identifier: bere

Boffa, William: Miscellaneous items mainly of musical and theatrical interest

 Collection — Box MSS B474
Identifier: bofw
Scope and Contents Includes programmes of Sousa’s Band, 1911, Wellington Professional Orchestra, Bland Holt, Charley’s Aunt etc. with playbills, visiting Italian opera singers, timetables of Huddart Parker and Union Steamship.S.S. Co., and certificate of membership Grand Orient Lodge, 1936 wages book, etc. Detailed listing - Part 1 1. Business card - A.T.McWilliam Cab, Drag and Gig Proprietor -- 2. Wage book titled 'Shop and Saloon' (1945-1949) -- 3....
Dates: 1897-1949; Majority of material found within 1911 - 1936

Papers of Mary Boyd

 Fonds — Box 50 boxes and 2 map folders
Identifier: boym

Brancepeth Station Library archives c1884-1929

 Fonds — Multiple Containers
Identifier: bran
Scope and contents note

The records consist of Minutes, versions of the catalogue, and some financial records; there is no membership register nor any record of borrowing patterns. Other administrative records for Brancepeth Station were retained by the owners.

Dates: 1884?-1929

Burnett's Face Band records, 1914-1916

Identifier: 2
Description From the Collection:

The collection consists of records salvaged by Les Cleveland. They concern the Athenaeum, the Brass Band, and the Crown Hotel only.

Les Cleveland contributed photographs for the article 'Survivors of ghost town recall a bygone era', 'New Zealand Truth', 11 February 1958, p.22 (clipping held with collection).

Dates: 1914-1916

Burnett's Face records salvaged in 1957

Identifier: burn

The collection consists of records salvaged by Les Cleveland. They concern the Athenaeum, the Brass Band, and the Crown Hotel only.

Les Cleveland contributed photographs for the article 'Survivors of ghost town recall a bygone era', 'New Zealand Truth', 11 February 1958, p.22 (clipping held with collection).

Dates: c1905-1956?

Campbell, Alistair Te Ariki - Papers of Alistair Te Ariki Campbell

 Fonds — Box 1-14 at 66/B/3 - 66/B5
Identifier: cama
Abstract The collection includes material from the middle to late period of Campbell's career as a writer, in the form of drafts of published and unpublished work, annotated proofs, marked up final proofs, notes and notebooks, correspondence with publishers and with one critic. There are no reviews or press clippings, and very little publicity or personal material. The unpublished works consist of poetry. The published works consist of all works since 1993. The collection includes an unpublished...
Dates: 1964; 1993-2009

Cleveland Papers

Identifier: clels4
Scope and Contents

Contains a signed copy of LC’s written bequest of his papers to the J.C. Beaglehole collection. Also includes a copy of the record details for a collection of papers donated to Alexander Turnbull Library by LC in 1998, as well as an accompanying letter of correspondence from then-curator, David Colquhoun. The documents are all dated in either 1998 or 2011.

Dates: Collection covers ca 1960-2010

Compton and Kirkwood

 Fonds — Box 709/1
Identifier: coki

Compton Family Papers

Identifier: comf
Scope and Contents Legal and other papers (some parchment) plus correspondence of the Compton Family, orignally of Paignton in Devon, England. Deposited by A. H. Angelo November 15, 1991. Brief listing as follows:17-- 6 docs, brother's letters etc.17-- 13 docs, brown envelopec.1772 (3 docs)1772 Indenture[Names mentioned in the 18th century papers above include James Compton, Ian Compton, Charles Spencer Compton and Samuel Compton]....
Dates: 1746-1932; Majority of material found within 1746 - 1932

Cook, Freda

 Fonds — Multiple Containers
Identifier: coof

Currie, Sir George. Submissions by the Vice-Chancellor to the Committee on Universities, and other papers relative to the University of New Zealand., 1959

Identifier: 1
Listing ‘Entrance to the University: particularly relating to technological studies’ (typescript, 12pp.); ‘Entrance standards’ (typescript, 4pp.); ‘Entrance: admission to universitites in U.K. (reproduction, Chapter 8:Summary); Graph of passes and failures (ms, 1p.); Table: ‘Guestimate: VC Report (ms 1 p.); Graph by G.W.Parkyn ‘A very rough estimate of a school-leaving age-group likely to enter university’ (Ms, 1 p.); Currie to all Senate Members, June 1956, re University Entrance (typescript,...
Dates: 1959

Fildes, Horace (1875-1937): Papers

 Fonds — Box 849/3 ['newspaper cutting framed']
Identifier: Fildes

The papers of Wellington book collector and historian Horace Edwards Manners Fildes, 1875-1937, including correspondence, clippings indexes and research notes, and collected manuscripts and other items.

This collection covers over forty years of Fildes' interest in New Zealand history and historical resources, and a corresponding period of indexing and scrapbooking.

Dates: 1863 - 2004

Folio 7: Jokes and Sayings

Identifier: clels4
Summary of contents

A section of the underwood collection that contains, typed script, handwritten notes, photocopied newspapers and articles and correspondence. Throughout the collection are featured ‘jokes’, and the articles either chronicle instances of pranking or use colloquialisms or sayings that contribute the what the overall collection is trying to demonstrate. The date range of the content is c. 1918-1947.

Dates: Collection covers ca 1960-2010