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Object Detail


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.
Maker
Arden, Neville Henry
Primary Maker
Neville Arden
Department
Archives
Classification
Primary Prod Period
World War I (1914-18)
Subject Person

Archive Contents

  Part 1

Newspaper clipping. “The Late Captain Arden. How He Met His Death.” Undated.

Writing set. “The Active Service Writing Companion”. Containing notepad, 5 envelopes and one pencil. Belonging to “No. 22/1277 2nd Lieut. N.H. Arden, 13th Platoon, D. Coy, 1st Batt, N.Z. Rifle Brigade.”

Photocopy (6). Set of cartoon drawings by Neville Arden.

Accession No
ARC2012-151

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