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This model was installed into the Tauranga City Libraries Research Collections Room for part of March and April 2014.
2014
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Dear Mother and Father. Please don’t take a fright when you see this. I had it taken just after the Doc had been pulling me about. I wish they would
2011
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  Ngai Te Rangi Symbol Uenuku ‘Ko Uenuku koe tawhana i te rangi, (‘You are Uenuku, bow-like in the heavens’) Ko Ngai Te Rangi e”  Tane in the search of
2014
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The Katikati Museum holds three violins previously owned Sid and Ivy Taylor who farmed in Katikati for many years. One of the violins was handcrafted by Sid for his wife.
2014, 1960, 1970
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New Zealander Andrew Dougall Blair fought in WWI as part of the Special Services and in the Royal Navy Reserves. This is a photograph album passed down to his descendants.
2013
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Roly Hume has collected the stories, letters and documents around his relative Lloyd (Jock) Hamilton Hume who was killed in action during the Second World War. Below is a letter
2013
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2013
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Roly Hume has collected the stories, letters and documents around his relative Lloyd (Jock) Hamilton Hume who was killed in action during the Second World War. Below is a transcript
2013
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Roly Hume has collected the stories, letters and documents around his relative Lloyd (Jock) Hamilton Hume who was killed in action during the Second World War. Below is a transcript
2013
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  The word ‘ephemera’, commonly used to describe written and printed material that is unlikely to be retained, derives from the Greek meaning something short-lived or transitory. Ephemera is collected
2012
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Sometimes the most unassuming object can have a fascinating tale to tell. One such artefact in the Tauranga Heritage Collection is the Transatlantic Cable Souvenir by Tiffany, New York.  
2012
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   Expozay was started by Judy and Tony Alvos in 1976 from an office in Durham Street. As importers of swimwear Judy saw an opportunity to design and produce her
2012
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In December of 1884 Mr. T. W. Rhodes, a book seller on the corner of Hamilton Street and The Strand, began publishing The Little Un. His aim, as expressed in
2011
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  Symbolizing life and enduring love the keeping of hair has been associated with death and mourning in many cultures for thousands of years. Hair jewelry was a decorative and
2012
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Protesting her innocence Minnie Dean was executed on August 12, 1895 for murdering a baby in her care. Folklore soon sprang up that her victims numbered well over 20, and
2012
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Wedding memorabilia for Prince William and Kate Middleton will continue to be in demand for some time. While the sale of commemorative royal wedding prophylactics is no doubt a royal souvenir
2012
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  The 1911 New Zealand Police Gazette in the Tauranga Heritage Collection gives a fascinating glimpse into the not so good, good old days. The monthly publication distributed to the
2011
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  As ash fell from blackened skies the residents of Tauranga ran naked through the streets and were gripped by ‘panic and terror’. These reports, printed in newspapers throughout New
2011
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   In a classic tale of lost treasure found, thirty-two ledgers from the Northern Steamship Company were discovered and salvaged from decay during a clean up of the Cargo Shed,
2011
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  The Goodyears moved to Tauranga in 1895 and were a prominent local family. Ethel faithfully wrote to her older sister Alice, who was a school teacher in Gisborne. Here
2011