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German Crimes Calendar. 1918. One month per page and printed on both sides. Medium:- heavy paper. 30.5 x 24cm
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British Victory Calendar. 1918. One month per page and printed on both sides. Medium:- heavy paper. 30.5 x 24cm
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Buy ANZAC Stamps. Remembrance 1915-1936. 1d postage. 21st Anniversary of 1915 ANZAC. Half of the proceeds for the benefit of returned Soldiers Medium:- paper. 57 x 45cm
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Military Theatre. Marsland Hill. Amateur Performance, 3 July 1857. Printed by W. Collins, Taranaki News Office.
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Poster. 'Henry Brown & Co. Ltd: A Century of Service to the Community'. Depicts aerial photograph of Factory.
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Poster. 'Taranaki Museum Education Service'. Depicts illustration of Mount Taranaki. Artwork by Peter Lambert.
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Poster. Hurworth, New Plymouth. Depicts photograph of Hurworth Cottage. Produced by New Zealand Historic Places Trust.
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Poster. 'Govett Brewster Art Gallery: Bug House Committee'. Depicts photograph of Regent Theatre.
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Poster advertising the Parihaka Cabaret. 19 September 1992, at the Devon Motor Lodge, raising funds for the restoration of the house Rangi Kapuia at Parihaka.
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Title:- Taranaki Aviation Transport and Technology Museum Display Day. 1992
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Poster. '125th Anniversary of Taranaki Rifle Volunteer Corps'. Display of photos, paintings, documents and general militia. Poster for exhibition held at the War Memorial Hall, New Plymouth.
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Poster. 'Gallipoli: The Cape Helles Campaign'. 5 April-26 May. Depicts photographs of soldiers at war. Exhibition Poster for the Taranaki Museum.
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Poster. 'Beware of Spies! "Loss of Innocence - Sketches Made at ANZAC". Exhibition Poster for Taranaki Museum. c.1990.
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Title:- Open House. Text advertises an open house tour of the new administrative building. New Plymouth District Council . c.1990.
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Title:- A Time Trip; The Past to the Present. TATAM Open Day. Not dated.
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Title:- Taranaki Museum Education Section. Depicts Mt Taranaki by Peter Lambert. Advertises the Education section. Produced by Taranaki Education Board & Taranaki Museum.
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Title:- The Good Old days. Has three illustrations. Describes a colonial "Live" weekend at Taranaki Museum. September 1989.
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A paper covered cloth diagram of a British No. 5 hand grenade showing its components in purple. Parts include the lever, retaining pin, spring, cast iron body, detonator, striker, high explosive, cap, cap chamber, safety fuse and base plug.
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Plan showing additions to the Te Henui Vicarage (stone portion still remaining), Courtenay Street, New Plymouth. Showing the site, front elevation, plan and section of chimneys.
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Proclamation by Governor Thomas Gore Brown authorising the formation of the Taranaki Volunteer Rifle Company under the Militia Act 1858. The proclamation is dated 13 January 1859.
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Scroll of Taranaki Mounted Volunteers 1860-1866, with battle honours. Signed by F. Mace and J.C. Davies. Lithographed by Hooker & Co., New Plymouth.
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Francis Joseph (Frank) Mace's "Taranaki Mounted Volunteers 1860-1866" scroll.
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Certificate pertaining to the gun used at the battle of Mahoetahi on 6 November 1860, presented to the Taranaki Rifle Volunteers on 17 March 1908.
Inscription on certificate reads:
"After the battle of Mahoetahi J.C. Davies was presented with this gun by George Cook, Bugler No. 1 Taranaki Rifle Volunteers, who stated that he had taken it from a Maori at that engagement. Richard Longman, who was wounded there, now states that having shot a Maori and taken his gun, he handed it to George Cooke, but on applying for it shortly after, the gun could not be found.
The gun is therefore now presented to the Taranaki Volunteers, to be kept as a memento of the battle of Mahoetahi, where the Volunteers so nobly distinguished themselves and assisted to capture the position."
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World War II poster advertising the 3rd Liberty Loan and "Army Week". Image depicts a soldier in battledress about to throw a grenade. Text above soldier reads: "ARMY WEEK". Text is red on a yellow ground. Text below soldier reads: "Throw YOUR weight into the / 3RD LIBERTY LOAN". Text is in black and white on a red ground. Unknown maker. 1943.
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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.
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