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Benjamin and Esther Lovell family tree
At bottom of page: Passengers on the Lord Auckland sailed 27 Sept 1841, arrived Nelson 27th Feb. 1842;
A4886
UMS1658
Descendants of Edward Edgecumbe
Copy of photograph of Jean Coulthard 1914 and Family Tree, Edgecombe
NPM2004.95.1-2
UMS1619
Mary Fanzelow née Kruse & her daughter Sophia Wichmann and most of their descendants in New Zealand
NPM2012.111.2
UMS1689
Letter from Aunt Jean to her niece, Muriel Cumming (Saunders) dated 15 Dec. 1942; Christmas card with information on Aunt Jean and her paisely shawl by Muriel and envelope addressed to Mrs A.L. Garbett, Lyell Bay, Wellington, 1 Dec.
Christmas Card, letter and envelope. Card written by Muriel Rodie Saunders; letter dated 15 Dec., 1942 written by Jean Rodie (Muriel's aunt).
NPM2013.76.11
MS SAU
Final page of a letter with YMCA H.M. Forces on Active Service letter heading and envelope addressed to Mrs C.L. Baigent
At end of page: From your loving brother [Geo? or Hea?]
NPM2002.127.14.1
AG384 Box 2
Letter from Sling Camp Dec. 23, 1917 from loving brother Ted to Will Letter from Sling Camp Dec. 23, 1917 from loving brother Ted to Will
NPM2002.127.14.2
AG384 Box 2
Letter from Victor Baigent at the Military Camp, Trentham, 28 Sep. 1918, to his brother Alick and Lulu
Victor Clarence Baigent writing to his brother Alick and Alick's wife Lulu during World War I.
NPM2002.127.14.3
AG384 Box 2
Letter from Victor Baigent to his brother Alick and sister-in-law Lulu, from Featherston Military Camp, Tauherenikau, dated 17 June 1918
Victor Clarence Baigent writing to his brother Alick and Alick's wife Lulu.
NPM2002.127.14.5
AG384 Box 2
Ration book
Your ration book “C L Baigent, Wakefield Nelson” and envelope, Mrs Alick Baigent
NPM2002.127.15.2
AG384
Homemade bookmark, embroidered with ‘Hope in God’
NPM2002.127.15.16
AG384 Box 2
Red Cross jottings from day to day, July 5th 1918, J. Tomlinson, Hon. Sec., Nelson Red Cross
Title from the verso of front cover; Book written in from both ends;
A1965.1
AG222
Letter signed Stanley [Allen?], regarding Herr Lemmer, 2nd August 1918
Lists seven points regarding the accusation that Mrs Leggo had stated Herr Lemmer had a way to contact Germany during the war.
AG85
Letter addressed to F.G. Gibbs from S.L. Moffett, 3rd June 1918
Letter concerns the accusation that Mrs Leggo had stated Herr Lemmer had a way to contact Germany during the war. The writer states they had only heard that Mrs Leggo had a way to contact Germany and that there is no evidence to prove it.
AG85
Letter addressed to the Honourable J.A. Hanan, Minister of Education, from the Headmaster of the Nelson Boys' Public School, 9th March 1918
The letter concerns the complaints against Herr Lemmer and the School of Music's defence of him. It is typed except for the postscript on page [3]: I may add that the present agitation is being engineered chiefly by the Wellington "Truth". It is scarcely necessary to say more.
AG85
Letter addressed to H.G. Berryman, Esq. Kohatu, from F.G. Gibbs, 12th March 1918
The letter is in response to Berryman's letter of the 11th March 1918, stating F.G. Gibbs will write a full response after the Nelson School of Music Trust Board meeting.
AG85
Letter to Captain Charles Dickson Harkness from B.[M]. Pym, 3rd September, 1918
Letter addressed to Cpt. C. D. Harkness, Forest Park Hospital, Brockenhurst, Hants, England. The letter concerns the writer's journey by train to an unknown location.
NPM2014.76.1
MS PYM
Painting of a nut on a small branch with two green leaves
Not dated. Painting attributed to Hilda Baigent; Painted at bottom of the picture: A nut from Hilda don't eat it; At top left of card in blue ballpoint ink: Ted took this all through the war, 1914-1918;
NPM2014.116.2
Ephemera Box 3 folder 8
Harbour and shipping research papers
Research papers of Pat William Win relating to Nelson's colonial waterfront, ships and shipping and sea-going memories;
NPM2015.64
UMS1686
The family of Thomas and Ann Cropp
n.d.
NPM2015.32.2
UMS1648
Tunnicliffe history
UMS1649
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