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Jinty Rorke at Rotorua Museum (16 April 2008.
Tauranga historian, archivist and librarian, Jinty Rorke (QSM), arrived in New Zealand with her family on board the yacht 'Palantir' in 1976. She passed away on Waitangi Day 2014. Photograph:
2014
Jinty Rorke at St Andrews Castle (1962.
In December 1962 Jinty met fellow student, David Rorke, at St Andrews University in Scotland. Jinty was studying French and German, whilst David was studying physics. The couple married at the St
2014
Jinty Rorke at the Otumoetai Pa Reserve Opening (2012.
The Otumoetai Pa Reserve was officially opened to the public in 2012 with the blessing of the Waharoa (gateway). Tauranga historian, archivist and librarian, Jinty Rorke (QSM), arrived in New
2014
Jinty Rorke at the Otumoetai Pa Site (c2012.
Tauranga historian, archivist and librarian, Jinty Rorke (QSM), arrived in New Zealand with her family on board the yacht 'Palantir' in 1976. She passed away on Waitangi Day 2014. Photograph:
2014, 2007, 2017
Jinty Rorke and Jill Best (6 December 2007.
Tauranga historian, archivist and librarian, Jinty Rorke (QSM), arrived in New Zealand with her family on board the yacht 'Palantir' in 1976. On 6 December 2007 Jinty retired from the
2014
Jinty Rorke and grandson (6 December 2007.
Tauranga historian, archivist and librarian, Jinty Rorke (QSM), arrived in New Zealand with her family on board the yacht 'Palantir' in 1976. On 6 December 2007 Jinty retired from the Tauranga
2014
Jinty Rorke's retirement (6 December 2007.
Tauranga historian, archivist and librarian, Jinty Rorke (QSM), arrived in New Zealand with her family on board the yacht 'Palantir' in 1976. On 6 December 2007 Jinty retired from the Tauranga
2014
Alister Hugh Matheson (1925-2011.
Alister Matheson was a respected Tauranga Historian whose family arrived in Otumoetai in the late 1860s. In 1999 he received the Tauranga Heritage Award from the Bay of Plenty branch
2014, 2005, 2015
Dear Mary: A poem from Stalag 18A by Peter Muir (1943.
Born in 1914, Eric William Henry Muir (known as Peter) signed up for World War II as a Lance Bombardier with the 7th New Zealand Anti-Tank Regiment. He was captured
2014
Tauranga Camping Grounds, 6th Avenue, Tauranga (c1930.
A black and white photograph of the 6th Avenue Camping Grounds (now Memorial Park) from a collection of photographs by Tauranga photographer Alf Rendell used to print postcards in the
2012, 1925, 1935