Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Record Group — Box 17
Overview In this interview Heather tells of her family and education at: Morton Mains School, Mataura Primary School and Gore High School as well as her tertiary education at Dunedin Training College and subjects at University. Heather recalls her reasons for becoming a teacher and her teaching career. She goes on to talk about her marriage to Peter, the building of their home, the neighbours, neighbourhood and the history behind the naming of their street (North Terrace.) In retirement she and Peter...
Record Group — Box 25
Record Group — Box 39
Overview Processing Note: This collection is awaiting arrangement and description. Please contact Archives staff for further details of collection content.Contains 204 black and white and colour postcards from around Invercargill and Southland. Includes Estuary, Botanic Gardens, Tay, Dee and Esk Streets, Cathedral, Hospitals, Post Office, Oreti Beach, Town Hall, views from Water Tower, Thomson's Bush, Makarewa Bush, St Paul's Church, First Church, St John's Church,...
Dates: Majority of material found within c.1910 - 2000
Dates: Majority of material found within 1898 - 1950
Record Group — Box 4
Overview In this interview Graeme recalls a variety of subjects, events and identities around the Wyndham, Mataura, Mokoreta areas. He talks of his father’s hunting of possums, rabbits, wild pigs and his father’s work history at the Titiroa Dairy Factory and the Rabbit Board; as well as his parents’ marriage and his siblings. He goes onto talk of his own employment as a plumber and being responsible for the issuing and renewing of firearm licenses in the Wyndham and Mataura Districts. He was also a...
Overview Processing Note This collection has been partially arranged and described. A small amount of unprocessed material remains in Accession ICA01.004. Contact Archives staff for details.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1890 - 1996
Record Group — Box 31
Overview In this interview Reginald starts his story in the 1940s around Gore/Mataura looking at general living, farming practices and culture of the times. He talks of his interest in rugby and support of Pirates Rugby Club. Reginald also gives a detailed account of his working career as an electrician, becoming an electrical inspector and supporting the police 1988-1996.