Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
Contains a script copy of ‘The New Zealand Y.M.C.A. with 2 N.Z.E.F. in Middle East and Italy, 1940-1945’, by B.W. Potter. Chronicles the role of the Y.M.C.A. in WWII conflict involving New Zealand soldiers. Also includes photocopied newspaper clippings of Y.M.C.A. advertisements from 1918 and 1921. The date of the script is unknown, however the subject matter of the folder as a whole is c.1918-1945.
Poster stating that "Behind every great woman ... is a man who tried to stop her." Advertisement for 'Broadsheet Feminist Magazine P.O. Box 56147 Auckland Aotearoa (New Zealand)'. The quotation is from Katherine Mansfield, and the poster image is a large, pop art type print of the author rendered in purple, red, mint and white.
Christchurch Arts Festival pamphlet January 21-February 2 [Year unknown].
A collection of research documents such as handwritten notes, newspaper clippings, printed articles, correspondence and advertisements. Details the social and political features of wartime. The Boer War, WWI, WWII, Vietnam, the Gulf war and the Afghanistan war are all topics of the discussions. Also includes are modern perspectives on remembrance, commemoration and the military in general. The publication date range is c. 1943-2004. The subject matter includes dates as far back as 1899.
A single newspaper clipping advertisement for copyright licensing. 'The Herald', 11 July, 2007, p A5.
Ephemera: Correspondence with Leo Bensemann and Others at Caxton Press Concerning Publication and Editing of 'The Silent Land' [Folder]
A collection of correspondence, pamphlets, printed photographs, plane tickets, tobacco advertisements and advertisements for the publication of 'The Silent Land'. Correspondence is primarily between LC, Caxton Press and Angus and Robertson Ltd. The publication and subject matter date ranges are c. 1958-2002.
Contains information on Wai-te-ata Press ephemera, printed font styles, theatre posters, handbills, invitations to social functions and personal cards and invitations. The publication date range is 1963-1998.
A collection of correspondence, Godwit Press/Publishing catalogues, newspaper clippings and advertisements for LC’s ‘The Great New Zealand Songbook’. The correspondence is primarily regarding updates to Godwit, including the resignation of its Director, change of address and its mergence with Reed Publishing to create the overarching Godwit Publishing. The date range is 1991-1998.
Contains an enveloped pamphlet of the Photo Review’s National Photography Competition for 1998, with rules, packing tips, a checklist and an entry form attached. Was sent February 26 1998 and received on March 27, 1998.
Contains an ‘Inventory Reduction Sale’ catalogue from The Bowling Green State University, along with a letter addressed to them by LC, stating that they sent the wrong publication amongst his purchases. He requested ‘Symbiosis’ by Browne and Fishwick and was given ‘Dominant Symbols in Popular Culture’ by the same authors instead. The only date provided is for the inventory sale, c. November 1993.
A collection of newspaper clippings, printed articles and a Wellington City Library information brochure. The central topic of the collection is the restructuring of Wellington Library’s services, including more utilisation of technology and the controversial proposed 36 per cent staff cut. The newspaper articles in particular demonstrate an anxiety around how technology will impact the workforce. The publication date range is 1991-1997.
A collection of printed articles and an advertisement for an Antarctic and South American Cruise. The articles have a predominant focus on tourism and the impact on cultures and environment. There is also a focus on the concept of ‘leisure’ and the escapism of travel. The publication date range is 1979-2004. In talking about New Zealand’s “back country culture”, the subject matter includes dates from 1840 onwards.
Contains both original and photocopied newspaper clippings. Predominantly advertising for war and interwar period organisations such as The Church Army, the Y.M.C.A., the National Patriotic Fund, the Red Cross and the Anzac Art Union. The publication and subject matter date ranges are c. 1918-1991.