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Name/Title/Object Brief Description Accession No Photographic Reference number Other Reference Numbers
Account of leaving Patea and the journey on the HMNZT 36 Tofua to Hobart : 9 Jul - Friday 19 Nov
Photocopy of a handwritten account by G.A. Robbie leaving New Zealand in the ship H.M.N.Z. 36 Tofua for Hobart. The transport ship will travel onto Egypt.
NPM997.112.20
AG309
Ben Hall, the Bushranger
Small, faded photocard with a copy of page 79 of The Illustrated Melbourne Post. Comprises an article surrounding a sketched portrait of Ben Hall. The lower half of the page comprises a sketch which may be the arrest of Ben Hall.
UMS209
Benjamin Strachan, cooper : family research
A2192.2
UMS1671
UMS1671
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
Cotterell, J.S. 1842-1843 : extracts from letters of J.S. Cotterell
Extracts from letters sent to England which were published in The Friend, May 1845; See AG445 for a Cotterell family tree;
UMS259
Diary extracts, 1895-1899
MS BRO
Diary of John Tutbury [transcript]
The diary transcript records daily farming activities, particularly the growing of hops. It also contains iinformation on the family and names mentioned. There is also a photocopy of the original diary.
A4816
qMS TUT
Diary, 11 May 1916 - 16 Nov 1916
Use the transcription copy at MS-Copy- 018, LS24.1.H.6 Box 4.
Francis Lionel Weeks. Diary from arrival at Armetieres, on the Western Front, on 11 May [1916] describing every day life in trenches. The last entry is dated 19 November [1916].
Frank Weeks was a gunner in the 3rd New Zealand Light Trench Mortar Battery. He was killed in action in France, aged 19 years.

Includes a letter written in Weeks' diary by A.J. Waysh to Frank's mother about Frank's part in the battles, and expressing sympathy and regret at Frank's death.
A2929
MS WEE
Diary, 1883-1884
The first volume of the diaries (1883-1884) describes progress on the Wairau Gorge road with observations on the weather and people passing through the gorge.
MS BRO
Diary, 6 February 1914 - 6 February 1915 : [copy]
Daily entries covering Huffam's life in Nelson, voyage to Fiji during February 1914, his stay in Fiji, voyage to Brisbane working aboard "Amra" (May 1914), and life in Brisbane until his return to Nelson in January 1915. Comments about progress of the war during his stay in Australia, where he enlisted in the Naval Reserves and Expeditionary Forces in the hope of being called up. Original held at MS HUF. Photocopy.
UMS351
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