Found in 122 Collections and/or Records:
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.
1. Letters from Ralph Bodle on collecting Swiss Family Robinson 2. Bibliography by Rowan Gibbs of Rosemary Rees 3. Note on pseudonym
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.
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The Pat Lawlor collection consists of published books, which can be found catalogued on Te Waharoa (Z992 L418), ephemera relating to books, writing and publishing in New Zealand, sample copies of 'The Artist's Annual', which he published, and correspondence with writers.
Mostly drafts of various publications.
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.