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A bound catalogue of the books in the library of Fred B. Butler, undated.
Accession No
ARC2012-171

Loose inwards and outwards correspondence belonging to Fred Butler. Covers the period 1930-1980. No index has been made.
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ARC2012-129

Two inwards correspondence books compiled by Fred Butler with correspondence he had received. Volume one (titled on spine 'Letters 1') covers the period 1917 - 3 September 1932 and volume two (titled on spine 'Letters 2') covers the period 26 September 1932 - 2 February 1934. Both volumes have a one page index at the beginning of each book listing correspondence received from (in alphabetical order by surname) and the corresponding page.
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ARC2012-128

Letter book belonging to Fred Butler kept for correspondence transcribed between 3 January 1932 to 24 July 1934.
A full digital transcript of the book is available.
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ARC2012-100

Bob talks about joining the Opunake Players in 1955, initially assisting with the lighting and sound but working in a wide range of positions over the years, he was president for ten years and a director of plays. His wife Margaret began with the players in 1959 and reminiscences about her role with the Players, the plays and the players.
Interview date: 19 February 2009
Interviewer: Heather Cormack
Abstraction:
Restrictions: none
Accession No
ARC2009-99

Name/Title
Peter joined the Opunake Players in the 1956, encouraged in part, by Mary Stronge who became his mother-in-law. He talks about learning the craft of acting, the actor's relationship with the audience and assisting with backstage tasks particularly set making and stage managment and the different venues used.
Interview date: 20 February 2009
Interviewer: Heather Cormack
Abstraction:
Restrictions: none
Accession No
ARC2009-102

Name/Title
Jenny talks about joining the Opunake Players, working in wardrobe, costume making and acting. She relates anecdotes about the plays produced and personalities within the group.
Interview date: 20 February 2009
Interviewer: Heather Cormack
Abstraction:
Restrictions: none
Accession No
ARC2009-101

Name/Title
Jim has been a member of the Opunake Players since he was a young adult. He recounts how he joined the Players, some of the plays he performed in and the personalities associated with the group, his experiences as a director and member of the New Zealand Drama Federation.
Interview date: 17 February 2009
Interviewer: Heather Cormack
Abstraction:
Restrictions: none
Accession No
ARC2009-100

Name/Title
Oral history. Molly talks to Heather Cormack about her involvement with the Opunake Players.
Interview date: 30 September 2008
Interviewer: Heather Cormack
Abstraction:
Restrictions: none
Accession No
ARC2008-324

Name/Title
An interview with Alan Love who recalls his experiences as a set, sound and lighting technician with the Opunake Players.
Recorded: 05 September 2008
Interviewer: Heather Cormack
Abstraction:
Restrictions: None
Accession No
ARC2008-312

Name/Title
Interview with Kay about her experiences as a member of the Opunake Players.
Recorded: 2 September 2008
Restrictions: None
Accession No
ARC2008-311

Name/Title
Oral history. Ian recalls his time with the Opunake Players.
Interview date: 21 August 2008
Interviewer: Heather Cormack
Abstraction:
Restrictions: none
Accession No
ARC2008-304

A collection of scrapbooks known as the '1200 series' containing family tree information. Volumes 1210 - 1213 contains family trees from the first ships; Brougham, William Bryan, Amelia Thompson, Regina, Oriental, Timandra, Blenheim and Essex. Three more volumes contain family trees from the ships Halcione, Chile and Avalanche.
Volume 1200 includes an alphabetical index to the 1200 series.
Accession No
ARC2004-1765

Formed in 1921 to promote Scottish traditions, including music, literature, Highland Dancing and games. The collection includes minutes, accounts and correspondence of the New Plymouth Caledonian Society. 1921 - 2011. The New Plymouth Caledonian Society was placed in recess in April 2011 due to waning membership numbers.
Accession No
ARC2002-852

Name/Title
The first edition of Taranaki Punch was published by the editor of the Taranaki Herald on October 31st 1860. A controversial publication, Taranaki Punch sarcastically reported current events 1860-61. A total of sixteen issues were published.
This collection has been digitised.
Accession No
ARC2002-538
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