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University of Auckland

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administrative history

Found in 54 Collections and/or Records:

Dame Anne Salmond collection on the establishment of Waipapa Marae.

 Collection
Identifier: MSS Archives-Maori 91/3
Scope and Contents

Papers relating to the establishment and construction of the University Marae.

Dates: 1979 - 1987

David Bedggood manuscript.

 Collection
Identifier: MSS-Archives-A-148
Scope and Contents

Collection contains manuscript titled Social problems in New Zealand. The 174 page manuscript comprises an introduction: The open and closed society and six chapters as follows; Chapter 1: The use and abuse of social research in New Zealand, Chapter 2: Social problems and the 'good society' Chapter 3: The state of welfare in New Zealand,Chapter 4: Inequality and discontent, Chapter 5: Alienation and apathy and Chapter 6: Social action and reform.

Dates: n.d.

Duncan Timms papers.

 Collection
Identifier: MSS-Archives-A-250
Scope and Contents

In 1971 Timms published The urban mosaic (Cambridge University Press) which contained references 'in passim' to the Auckland region. The collection consists of two papers: 'The social ecology of Auckland' and 'Key New Zealand urban areas - social area variables 1966', both of which relate to the above publication.

Dates: 1966; 1971

Harold Rodwell further papers.

 Collection
Identifier: MSS-Archives-Accession-1231
Scope and Contents

Articles, speeches, lectures, scripts of radio broadcasts, Busby research notes, Auckland provincial history notes (1940), book reviews, and clippings. Telegraph book, Te Awamutu, 1875-1876. Typescript copies of Judge Mair's diaries, 1908, 1910-1912. Unprocessed materials. Associated materials: Rodwell, Harold Rione, 1894- . Papers 1940s- 1950s. MSS & Archives A-291.

Dates: 1920s-1960s

Harold Rodwell research papers on James Busby and Gilbert Mair.

 Collection
Identifier: MSS-Archives-A-291
Scope and Contents During the late 1940s Professor Rodwell and Mr Bruce G. Hardie, of the Economics Department, Auckland University College, intended to write a history of James Busby. In 1948 Miss Agnes Busby made family papers available to them for their research. Some of the papers in this collection are, presumably, copies of that material; and there are copies of other material relating to early New Zealand history. The book was never published. Folder 1 contains a checklist of material in the...
Dates: 1940s-1950s

John Cowie Reid collection of Charles Dickens material.

 Collection
Identifier: MSS-Archives-A-114
Scope and Contents

A collection of material relating to Charles Dickens. The collection includes a first day cover, 3 June 1970, of British stamps commemorating the death of Dickens, a letter from Dickens to F.A. Fair, 5 September 1851, and 'Master Humphrey's Clock', by "Boz", issue no.12, 20 June 1840.

Dates: 1840-1851 ; 1970

John Cowie Reid papers.

 Collection
Identifier: MSS-Archives-89/14
Abstract The papers are unique as being the only papers of a university teacher of English that have survived more or less intact and are in a public institution. The largest series consists of Reid's handwritten lecture notes on English literature from Chaucer to the 1960s, delivered mainly to university classes, but also on a variety of extra-mural occasions at summer schools and the like. His literary efforts occupy two series that consist of research notes and manuscripts of 10 of the...
Dates: 1910 - 1976; Majority of material found within 1932 - 1972

John Cowie Reid poems and lecture notes.

 Collection
Identifier: MSS-Archives-A-159
Scope and Contents

Miscellany. Includes offprints sent to Reid; a small collection of poems (typescript) and manuscript lecture notes.

Dates: n.d.

John MacRae research papers.

 Collection
Identifier: MSS-Archives-A-153
Scope and Contents

A computer print-out of Maori incomes/expenditure survey. Results of survey incorporated in doctoral thesis: 'A study in the application of economic analysis to social issues, the Maori, and the New Zealand economy, (University of London, 1975), two copies of which are housed in the University of Auckland Library

Dates: ca 1975

Judy Siers collection of James Chapman-Taylor photographic prints.

 Collection
Identifier: MSS-Archives-2010/12
Scope and Contents Black and white photographic prints collected by Judy Siers, author of the bookThe life and times of James Walter Chapman-Taylor . Series 1 comprises photographs of a number of well-known Auckland landmarks, including the University of Auckland clock tower. All of these photographs have been mounted for exhibition; the original mounts include Chapman-Taylor’s pencil captions and signature. The photographs in Series 2 are all of Maori subjects, including...
Dates: 1920s-1940s