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Name/Title/Object Brief Description Accession No Photographic Reference number Other Reference Numbers
Tunnicliffe history
UMS1649
The family of Thomas and Ann Cropp
n.d.
NPM2015.32.2
UMS1648
The family of Beatson : supplementary notes about George and Constance Beatson and their descendants
A5070.2
UMS1609
The Sowman House, Nile Street East, Nelson
Outlines biographical details of William and Sarah Sowman. Research proves that the Sowman Family did not live in the house named "Sowman House Nile Street" shown in the Tyree Studo Collection image T1/2 43496/3.
UMS1622
Scrapbook no. 4 : personalities [copy]
Field scrapbook of newspaper cuttings on Nelsonians: No. 4 Personalities series NEM. Photocopy at LS28.4.5. Original at AG 412 LS27.7.5.
Indexed by Alison Johnston for The Nelson Provincial Museum, 2005.
qMS FIE
Rawson family history [copy]
Includes war letters and extracts diaries of Herbert Jack Rawson from World War I ; also extracts re the brothers, Henry, Fred and Charles Rawson's experiences at the Battle of Waireka in 1860. Photocopy.
NPM2007.127.2
UMS1639
Papers
Copies of 10 letters from James Dall to T.F. Cheeseman re Pittosporum Dalli 1901-1909; 1 letter to Mr Matthews; copy of Melbourne International Exhibition certificate; birth registration, 1840
A4866
UMS1646
Newport family
A5141
UMS1683
Narrative of Mr Hartley Valentine Palmer of Richmond, formerly a farmer of Brightwater, and a soldier in Gallipoli tape recorded on 5 December, 1983; [Copies of newspaper articles on and photographs of Hartley Palmer from a family album]
Newspaper articles [33] p., 1908-1987. Mr Palmer is a (sic) the brother of Mrs Ruth Haycock of Nelson. Mr Palmer offers some recollections of school days before WWI, early transport, farming in the early 1900's (sic), and some recollections of his experiences during the first world war until his return to New Zealand in 1917.
Biography File
Montage of Maungatapu murderers portraits
Small, faded photocard with the four Maungatapu murderers on the front and a name and address written in ink on the back.
UMS209
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