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The collection consists of cartoon style drawings by Murrary Moorhead. No dates:
'Famous Last Words' - a series of 43 pen and ink cartoons depicting New Zealand scenes and situations from contact to mid 1880s - often showing interaction between Maori and settler.
'All Blacks Can Laugh Too' - a series of preliminary sketches (loose) and a sketch book " 'Idea' sketches for Book 'All Blacks Can Laugh Too." published by Taranaki Newspapers 1991. Includes a larger water coloured pen and ink drawing 'Yours!' showing an All Black and Spring Bok encounter.
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Collection of items belonging to Neville Henry Arden.
Neville was the first son of Francis Hamar and Fanny Arden. He was brought up at the family homestead in New Plymouth, ‘Ardendale’. He was killed while on active service in World War One during the battle at Passchendaele on 4 October 1917.
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A collection of illustrated poems written by Leslie Mackie for his grandson Winston Miskelly.
Photocopy of poetry and illustrations written to Winston Miskelly by his grandfather (Uppa) Leslie Mackie between 1939 - 1942
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A collection of research files, newspaper supplements and ephemera collected by staff at The Taranaki Herald newspaper offices.
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Includes a typescript manuscript of The New Plymouth Highwayman, an ink illustration of troop positions at Puketakauere and 17 sports and political cartoons published in the Taranaki Herald during the 1960's by Murray Moorhead.
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