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Thomas, Allan



  • Existence: 1942 - 2010

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Allan Thomas recordings

Identifier: AMPS 2022/88
Scope and Contents

The collection is comprised of field recordings, some audiovisual material, transcripts and research notes collected in Tokelau and Futuna, Vanuatu.

Dates: 1980 - 1992

Funeral of Palehau Leone, 1986

 File — Crate R043821265: [Barcode: R043821265], cassette: 5000027022321
Identifier: AMPS 2021/03. File 11
Scope and Contents

RESTRICTED. Access to items marked 'Restricted' requires the permission of the AMPS Team Leader.

Dates: 1986

Judith Huntsman papers.

Identifier: MSS-Archives-2012/13
Scope and Contents Collection comprises field notes, correspondence, research papers, drafts of publications, transcriptions of Tokelau folktales, teaching materials, maps and genealogies, created and maintained by Huntsman in the course of over 40 years research on the history and ethnography of Tokelau.In addition to Huntsman's own papers the collection contains material created by Antony Hooper, Robin Hooper, Allan Thomas, Kelihiano Kalolo and Maureen Molloy among others, with whom Huntsman...
Dates: 1928 - 2012; Majority of material found within 1966 - 2011

Songs performed by Kimi Paselio in Petone, Wellington, New Zealand, 1980-05-09

 File — Crate R043821453: [Barcode: R043821453], cassette: 5000027046677
Identifier: AMPS 2021/03. File 9
Scope and Contents

Songs performed by Kimi Paselio in Petone, Wellington, New Zealand on 9 May 1980. Originally recorded by Allan Thomas.

Dates: 1980-05-09

Survey of the Music of Futuna, Vanuatu, 1990

Identifier: AMPS 2022/88. Series 2
Scope and Contents A recording survey of the music of Futuna was made in August and September 1990 by Takaroga Kauautoga, resident of Futuna and fieldworker of the Vanuatu Cultural Centre, and Allan Thomas, Lecturer in the School of Music, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. The aim of the survey was to record examples of each kind of music in Futuna for archiving and study purposes. Archive copies were deposited in Futuna, Port Vila, Wellington and in the various Archives involved in...
Dates: 1990

UNESCO Survey of the Traditional Music of Tokelau, 1986

Identifier: AMPS 2022/88. Series 1
Scope and Contents A survey conducted as part of a 'Territorial Survey of Oceanic Music' funded jointly by UNESCO, The Institute of Polynesian Studies in Hawai'i, and the University of Auckland. Nine weeks from 22 September 1986 were spent in Nukunonu, Tokelau with a preliminary week in Apia, Samoa in preparations for field work. The Tokelau co-worker who fully participated in all aspects of the survey work in Nukunonu was Kotelano Kele; Dance ethnographer was Jennifer Shennan; Research assistant...
Dates: 1986

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Archival Object 4
Collection 2
Iwi taketake 1
Legends -- Tokelau 1
Tokelau -- Folklore 1
Tokelau -- Social life and customs -- Sources 1
Tokelauans -- Kinship 1