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(Ex “Empire Jane”). An article appearing in the 1998 "Souvenir Book" subtitled "Take a walk in living history". May contain minor OCR errors.
2014
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Proudly on display in Nga Wahi Rangahau: Research Collections at the Tauranga City Library are three cannonballs whose mysterious origins were thought, but not confirmed, to be from the Battle
2012
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In 1959 Onna Joustra designed a playground for Memorial Park that was submitted to a Borough Council competition by the Tauranga Jaycees. The playground includes a statue of Humpty Dumpty,
2017
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The Granite Soldier and Stone Plaque at Pyes Pa Cemetery in Tauranga are together known as the Veteran Memorial. The memorial was unveiled on Sunday, 20 August 2008, as part
2015
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Peter Pratt's entry in the Topic: 2012 Memoir and Local History Competitionis inspired by his search for the Empire Jane’s whereabouts.
2013
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The Military Record of Andrew Dougall Blair is at the United Kingdom National Archives. Reference ADM 240/38/782, it is subject to Crown Copyright, which allows for a transcription to be
2015
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A. I. Still, collected a bundle of Kiwi Newspaper issues covering the period from March 1943 when they were first published until his collection finished in June 1944. He have
2013
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Excerpts from the magazine created by soldiers returning to New Zealand aboard the Aquitania in 1945.
2013
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Prior to WW1 the troopship ss Tahiti worked the New Zealand to San Francisco service for the Union Steamship Company. In 1914 it was converted into a troop transport taking
2012
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Cedric Graham wrote this postcard to his sister in New Zealand in June of 1916, just prior to boarding a train to the front line in France. He was killed
2012
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Cedric Kenny Onslow Graham was born in Hamilton on the 21st December 1889, the 10th child of parents William Australia Graham and Alice Graham. He died leading his men "over
2012
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A photo and note home in which Cedric Graham delights in the many 'sisters' looking after him. Cedric Kenny Onslow Graham was born in Hamilton on the 21st December 1889,
2012
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A letter from William Graham (Mayor of Hamilton in the late 1800s) to his son Cedric in the first days of the war. Cedric was already in England studying when
2012
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An undated letter sent to Cedric Graham from his father (Mayor of Hamilton during the late 1800s), most likely just prior to the war. Cedric Kenny Onslow Graham was born
2012, 1909, 1919
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Does this article look wrong? Click here for an archived version. Corporal Claude Patrick Quinlan (12/2916) was of Matamata in the Waikato. His service record identifies he served in several theatres of operations:
2014
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Taken at sunrise on 29 April 1864, the morning of the attack on Gate Pā. General Sir Duncan Cameron (centre right, hands in pockets, leaning against the wheel of a
2014
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Kōkiri (Meaning in Māori: empowerment through knowledge and education), is the name of the building purchased by the Tauranga Waldorf School in 2008 and relocated to the school grounds in
2012
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A review of Write Fantastic Nonfiction & Get it Published by Claire Gillman (Teach Yourself Series).
2014
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This World War I (1914-1918) silk embroidered postcard was made in France. It is from the private collection of Penelope McLeod.
2015, 1912, 1922
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This model was installed into the Tauranga City Libraries Research Collections Room for part of March and April 2014.
2014