Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
A Log, or diary of what befel A. Christie from August 8th till December 3rd 1879 which was the period taken up by a journey to New Zealand.
A photocopy of Pete Gordon R. Arnott’s training diary from 1941. Lists the different camps he had trained at. Provides information on morse code, incendiaries, missiles, grenades, and the general day to day activities at the camps.
A collection of handwritten notes, newspaper clippings, printed articles and the photocopied Y.M.C.A. diary of B. Shepherd. The general theme of the collection is the soldiers’ experience in Cairo during the North African campaign. This includes entertainment and music, sites and activities, and one specific report of Indian hemp in the soldiers’ cigarettes. The publication date range is c. 1940-1984. The subject matter includes dates from 1915 onwards.
Charles Smith MSS
Mr Richard Chilman's diary (or part of it)
The first five pages appear to be a record of correspondence June-December 1843 regarding land transactions. The remaining 41 pages are the diary, from the time of taking possession of a house at "Ewatoke" in Taranaki until the end of that year. Records the unfortunate accident of Captain Liardet with a gun on the Regina in November.
Diary of G. Collenson, Suva, Fiji, 1941
Diary of G. Collenson, Suva, Fiji, 1941.
Diary of W.R. Lealand, 2NZEF, 1941
Diary of W.R. Lealand, 2NZEF, 1941.
Jenkins, William (1813 - 1867)
Journal of voyage from England to New Zealand on the ship 'Thomas Sparks', 26 July - 2 December 1842
John Hursthouse's journal of voyage from England to New Zealand on the ship Thomas Sparks. Arrived at Wellington 31 January 1843. Finishes at Cape Town. Foolscap typescript.
Journals, 1863 - 1864
Medley, Mary: Papers
Accounts of two journeys made in 1853 to Otaki, and in 1854 to Auckland, recounted in later life. Leaves embossed with official Government House seal and written on both sides (J.C. Beaglehole Room Card Catalogue entry)
Morale Notes 4
Contains two drafted chapters of an unknown piece of writing titled ‘Sexual Fantasy’ and ‘Problems of Social control in 2NZEF’ with a WWII time frame (c. 1939-1945). Also included are a series of photocopied diary entries, at least one of which is attributed to Bert Shepherd. The diaries range from 1942-1944. The date of the drafts are unknown, however the subject matter of all the folder documents is c. 1916-1980.
This collection consists of four series of working papers:
Series 1 to do with Commonwealth Secretariat
Series 2 to do with Transparency international
Series 3 TIRI publications and resources
Series 4 Diaries
Please refer to the relevant series descriptions for further information.
Robert [Robin] Hamley
Contains a typed copy of Private Robin Hamley’s diary from 1917 and handwritten notes. Also included is a series of correspondence between LC, Bob Clark and Nicholas Boyack that concerns the publication of the diary. The correspondence occurred in 1983 and 1987.
A collection of both photocopied originals and transcribed versions of the Diary of Charles Smith. The diary primarily documents his experience during the Greek and Italian campaigns during WWII. The diaries cover the time periods of 1941-1942 and 1944-1945.
Typescript journal, 1863 - 1864
Typescript journal of a visit of Maori chiefs to England 1863-4. Transcribed in 1957 from the original.
Typescript of a journal volume of Arthur John Empson, [1839-1840]
Typescript made in 1951 from the original of a journal written by Arthur John Empson. England to Canton, China, kept during Empson's 20th year, and Australia and New Zealand 1840. Also contains an errata note and letters from Mrs Judith Williams regarding the transcription, and letters from family to Dr. R. Stout tipped in. Pagination indicates two volumes have been bound together.
Typsecript diary, 1863
Typescript of a diary by Mr W. Jenkins, conductor of a historic visit of a party of Maori to England in 1863. Foreword by H. Fildes.
Preceded by two letters, from H. R. Jenkins (Grandson) to Fildes and Sir M. Pomare to Jenkins, plus articles from the Methodist Times and Cassell's Illustrated Family Paper.