NRAM: The Community Archive entry
Found in 152 Collections and/or Records:
Only copies of Sir Charles Cotton's publications are held.
Currie, George Alexander - Submissions by the Vice-Chancellor to the Committee on Universities, 1959
Davin, D. : The MacMillan Brown lectures, 1959, delivered at Victoria University of Wellington (Unpublished typescript).
Unpublished typecript of the Macmillan Brown lecture series (3 lectures) on the topic of Joyce Cary, delivered at Victoria University of Wellington, 11, 12 and 13 March, 1959. Donated by Ian Gordon..
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.
1. Letters from Ralph Bodle on collecting Swiss Family Robinson 2. Bibliography by Rowan Gibbs of Rosemary Rees 3. Note on pseudonym
There have been two transfers of Prof. Hamer's papers, following his untimely death. The first transfer comprised working files from his office in the History Department, and electronic copies of his email correspondence. The second transfer added index cards to do with his electoral history research, and photograph albums chiefly covering his interest in buildings in North America.
The collection comprises files of union publications, news clippings, and other documents used in the compilation of Dr. Hare's Social Relations fellowship reports. Items are arranged by subject. Other users have commented on their usefulness as a background for union records and for more public sources on the economic and social conditions during the war.
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.