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Stewart Island/Rakiura (N.Z.)

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 37 Collections and/or Records:

Aerial View of Queens Park, the Estuary, Oreti Beach and Stewart Island, 1935

 Item — Box 2: Series S0079; Series S0094
Identifier: S00940008
Overview Aerial view of Invercargill focusing on Queens Park, looking out towards Stewart Island. The Estuary and Oreti Beach can also be seen.
Dates: 1935

Alan K Buckingham Collection

 Record Group
Identifier: A0617
Overview Processing Note: This collection is awaiting arrangement and description. Please contact Archives staff for details of collection content.
Dates: Majority of material found within c. 1959 - 1971

Collected Historical Maps, 1793 - 1986, 1793, bulk: c.1824 - 1986

 Series
Identifier: S0010
Dates: 1793 - 1986; 1793; Majority of material found within c.1824 - 1986

COX, Andrew: interviewed by Christine Wickes

 Record Group — Box 22
Identifier: H0394
Overview This interview looks at Any Cox's involvement in the early days of kakapo recovery programme in Stewart Island and Fiordland and elsewhere.
Dates: 2019

F.G. [Frederick George] Hall-Jones Collection

 Record Group
Identifier: A0001
Overview This collection contains material from noted Southland historian Frederick (Fred) George Hall-Jones. It includes a large number of maps (originals and copies), many with hand-written notations. Also included are his research notes on Southland history, newspaper clippings, as well as various historical pamphlets and publications.
Dates: Majority of material found within c.1793 - 1986

Foster Postcard and Photograph Collection

 Record Group
Identifier: A0630
Overview Processing Note: This collection is awaiting arrangement and description. Please contact Archives staff for details of collection content.
Dates: Majority of material found within c.1910 - 1917

GIBB, Aroha Maria interviewed by Rebecca Amundsen

 Record Group — Box 26
Identifier: H0102
Overview This interview is part of the Headcases Collaborative Art Project, done in conjunction with the Southland Festival of the Arts and the Cancer Society. In this interview Aroha gives a history of her family, education, employment, her engagement in Maori Culture and her children’s interests. She then tells of her diagnosis with cancer and her journey through this e.g. treatment, how she and her family coped, and getting involved in Headcases.
Dates: 2012

Halfmoon Bay School

 Record Group
Identifier: A0234
Dates: Majority of material found within 1883 - 1957, 2003; 2003