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COYLE, David John interviewed by Joy Lietze

 Record Group — Box: 28
Identifier: H0189
Dates: 2013

EVANS, Lenard Hugh interviewed by Lloyd Esler

 Record Group — Box: 26
Identifier: H0122
Overview Len was born in Riverton and describes his early life growing up at Pourakino Valley. He looks at his education, the railway and timber milling, and his employment in saw mills and meat works. He goes onto talk about the Chemical Works i.e. construction of, and father’s employment there. Len has a series of family photos and photos of the various aspects of the area that he talks about e.g. Tecofsky Track, Buchanan Mill, chemical works, and his mother with supplies and bullock. He continues on...
Dates: 2008

McINTOSH, Murray interviewed by Anne McCracken

 Record Group — Box: 29
Identifier: H0193
Dates: 2014

Port Craig and South Island Photographs and Postcards

 Record Group
Identifier: A0639
Overview Processing Note: This collection is awaiting arrangement and description. Please contact Archives staff for further details of collection content.Contains: 19 black and white photographs from envelope labelled Port Craig, includes pictures of a boat, the dock, the mill, timber yards, group on a horse and buggy, woman on a bridge, machinery, the forest, a train/bush tram, huts.11 other black and white photographs of...
Dates: Majority of material found within c.1910 - c.1940

Richard Soper Photographs

 Record Group
Identifier: A0120
Dates: c.1900 - c.1920

STANCOMBE, Clara Faulds interviewed by Rebecca Amundsen

 Record Group — Box: 28
Identifier: H0185
Dates: 2013

TEMPLETON, Allen James interviewed by Lynne Grove

 Record Group — Box: 11
Identifier: H0165
Overview In this interview Allen talks of his interest in poetry and writing his own poetry as well as detailed accounts of hunting trips taken as a child. He describes trapping possums, hunting pigs and deer and training hunting dogs. He tells of a trip to England by boat in 1963. On returning to Tuatapere he returned to possuming and worked at sawmilling. He goes onto to describe and explain the workings of the mill and machinery.
Dates: 2007