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Research compiled by Pam Bromley relating to Peter Peterson. Peterson settled in Hawera and purchased 400 acres of land which he named “Springhill” c. 1873. During the 1880s an old house at Springhill was converted into a dairy factory, which was home to one of the first separators in the region. The dairy factor supplied Bell Brand butter to Wellington and later to England.
Accession No
ARC2011-268

World War II poster advertising the 3rd Liberty Loan. Poster depicts a large crowd of people at the top with a young man, a woman and an elderly gentleman at the forefront. Text (in black) at top of poster reads: "200,000 subscribers needed". Text below figure (bold red text on black ground) reads: "3rd LIBERTY LOAN 35,000,000". Four piles of coins and three of bank notes along lower edge. In small black lettering along lower left edge: "PRINTED BY WHITCOMBE & TOMBS LTD". 1943.
Accession No
A96.449

World War II poster advertising the 3rd Liberty Loan. Poster depicts a large crowd of people at the top with a young man, a woman and an elderly gentleman at the forefront. Text (in black) at top of poster reads: "200,000 subscribers needed". Text below figure (bold red text on black ground) reads: "3rd LIBERTY LOAN 35,000,000". Four piles of coins and three of bank notes along lower edge. In small black lettering along lower left edge: "PRINTED BY WHITCOMBE & TOMBS LTD". 1943
Accession No
A96.448

World War II poster advertising the 3rd Liberty Loan. Poster is on plain paper and depicts an image of a closed hand with finger pointing directly at the viewer. Image is on a brown ground. Text below image reads: "YOU be in the / 3RD / LIBERTY / LOAN / 35,000,000". The first line of text is in red - the remainder is in brown with red outline. Printed by Whitcombe & Tombs Ltd (printed lower left edge). 1943. 76 x 51cm
Accession No
A96.444

World War II poster advertising the 3rd Liberty Loan. Royal blue ground with the following text: "3RD / LIBERTY / LOAN / 35,000,000 / We must all be in". The first three lines of text are in yellow the fourth is orange / and the final is in white. Printed by Whitcombe & Tombs Ltd (printed along lower right). c.1939-1945.
Accession No
A96.443

Francis Joseph (Frank) Mace's "Taranaki Mounted Volunteers 1860-1866" scroll.
Accession No
A66.611

Scroll of Taranaki Mounted Volunteers 1860-1866, with battle honours. Signed by F. Mace and J.C. Davies. Lithographed by Hooker & Co., New Plymouth.
Accession No
A66.551
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