NRAM: The Community Archive entry
Found in 153 Collections and/or Records:
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].
Only one item is held, a diary collected by Horace Fildes and bequeathed to the University Library together with Fildes' papers. Fildes also collected copies of Angas's published work 'Savage life and scenes'.
A collection of 57 catalogues and manuals from type founders and suppliers of printers' equipment.
Academic career with relevance to Victoria University: MSc, ME (NZ: Canterbury), PhD (Manc), ARAS, FAGU Vice-Chancellor and Principal: 1982-85; Resigned, 1985. Knighted, 1996.
This is a collection of the papers of both Ernest Beaglehole (1906-1965) and Pearl (Pam, also known as Tio) Beaglehole (1910-1979). The material includes publications, notes, correspondence, and photographs from the Beagleholes' professional and personal lives.
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.
This collection consists of a variety of clippings, posters and other material collected by Keith Buchanan in the course of hs research. Included are strong collections of material related to the Scottish National Party and Plaid Cymru (the Party of Wales), and some interesting posters from the People's Republic of China in the 1950s. There is also a wide range of smller sets of clippings reflecting Professor Buchanan's interests.
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).