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Granny Higgins' diary [transcript copy] : Sarah Higgins' reminiscences
Note: The transcription is not totally verbatim, some phrases missed, some sentences rearranged to flow better A. Wilkinson Mar 2008; Reminiscences written between [1912?]-1919. Her memoirs describe the voyage out, early pioneer life, her marriage, and subsequent events. Reprinted with corrections in: Married and gone to New Zealand by A. Drummond, p.83-96;
MS COPY - 026
Handbook : Baigent family reunion...Edward & Mary Ann Baigent's arrival in Nelson, NZ, 13 May, 1842
929.2 BAI
Harbour and shipping research papers
Research papers of Pat William Win relating to Nelson's colonial waterfront, ships and shipping and sea-going memories;
Harley family information
Contains: Notes re Charles and Sarah Harley and their family. Includes the Satchell family that married into the Harley family in Nelson. A4931 is information on Joseph Auty Harley, a chairmaker and his son Charles Harley who marries Sarah Auty and worked as a carpenter at Buckingham Palace. Includes information on Fifeshire House and Rutherford Hotel site. Copy.
Jubilee history of Nelson : index [copy]
Index to The Jubilee history of Nelson by Lowther Broad;
993.15 BRO
Last will and testament of Francis Otterson, 26 July 1852
Donald Sinclair solicitor; 2 double page manuscript copy
Les Misérables : choir songs [sheet music]
Photocopied music for the production of Les Misérable, The Nelson Youth Theatre Company production in 2012.
Musical theatre box 1 MIS
Letter from Ella A. Crofts, London, to Ralph Catley, in New Zealand, at the time of the influenza epidemic. Letter from Ella A. Crofts, London, to Ralph Catley, in New Zealand, at the time of the influenza epidemic.
Letter, 24 Feb, 1919. Part of the Catley collection, AG 278.
AG 278 Cat 371; AG278
Letter from Gertrude (Gertie) Sutton [nee Palmer] to her sister Ruth Haycock [nee Palmer], Brook Lynn, July 15th, 1915 : [transcript]
Photocopies of the original and a transcription.
Letter to Hartley Palmer about the mix-up notification of his death [transcript]
Not dated. Begins: Mr Snodgrass who wired a long telegram to Mr Allen
Photocopies of the original and a transcription.