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‘Gold Country’ by Henry Rawle (donated by Miriam Heberley)
‘Turua School & District Centenary 1877 ­ 1977’ (donated by Miriam Heberley)
‘The Haurakian 1880 ­ 1955’ (donated by Miriam Heberley Miriam Heberley)
‘The Trial of the Cannibal Dog’ by Anne Salmond (donated by Marilyn Dodds)
‘Bulls Battery’ by Ross Dreardon (donated by Janie Swanston)
‘Vanishing Auckland’ by Hilda Altman (donated by Janie Swanston)
‘Five Gentlemen’s Residences, Princes Street, Auckland’ by Nola Easdale (donated by Janie Swanston)
‘The Haurakian 1956, 1957, 1958’ (donated by Miriam Heberley)
‘Haurakian 1880 ­ 1980’ (donated by Miriam Heberley)
‘Thames High School 1880 ­ 1980’ (donated by Miriam Heberley)
‘Structural Controls of the Sylvia Reef, Tararu, Thames’ by J.D. Dodd (a thesis)
‘Adventurous Times in Old New Zealand. First-hand Accounts of the Lawless Days’ by Sarah & Gordon Ell
‘Waihi A Unique Heritage’
‘Winds of Change’ John Greehalgh ­ Waihi
‘Coromandel Gold ­ A guide to the Historic Goldfields of Coromandel Peninsula’ by Phil Moore and Neville Ritchie
‘A History of Goldmining in NZ’ by J. H. M. Salmon
‘Hauraki Plains Ladies Hockey Assn 40 Years Jubilee
’ ‘Karangahake Goldtown’ by M. Roebuck & E. Grims
‘Lodge of Light Diamond Jubilee Celebrations’ by Frank McCullogh
‘The Thames Una Occidental Gold Mining Company Ltd’ ­ Prospectus
‘Waihi Women’ ed Rose McBeth
‘History of Mines at Tairua Broken Hills & Neavesville’ by D. Arbury
‘Hauraki Contested’ by Paul Monin (donated by Althea Barker)
‘The Goldfield Hospital ­ The History of the Thames Hospital and Hospitals included in the Thames Hospital District 1868 to 1964’ by G. W. Price (donated by Ian Vedder-Price)
‘New Zealand Electoral Atlas’ by Alan McRobie (donated by Althea Barker)

The Arbury Collection is now on the shelves and contains too many items to list separately. This is an extremely interesting part of the collection and of great value to researchers. It contains many out-of-print and little known items, as well as David’s own research folders. It covers everything from general information about gold to specific information about the old Hauraki Goldfields, to gold in other parts of NZ to living) & many folders such as ‘Mine Managers’ Deaths’, ‘Non Fatal Accident Clippings’, ‘Diary of Charles Costar’

The Oxner Collection - Captain Cook. As well, many other books which slot in to different areas of The Treasury collection. This collection is also too large to list but to let you see the wide area these books cover and to tempt you in to look at them we will list some:
‘Land of the Three Rivers : A Centennial History of Piako County’ Vennell, C. W. & More, David
‘Saltspray and Sawdust’ ­ Janet Riddle
‘Tairua’ by Francis Bennett
‘The Red & the Gold : An Informal Account of the Waihi Strike 1912’ by Stanley Roche
‘A History of Goldmining In New Zealand’ by J. Salmon
‘Migrant Ships to Australia & New Zealand 1900 - 1939’ by Peter Plowman
‘The Dictionary of New Zealand Biography Vol. I-V’
‘Extracts From the Journals of the Ship St Jean Baptiste : Early Eyewitness Accounts of Maori Life’
‘M?ori Peoples of New Zealand’ ­ Te Ara
‘Nga Tam Toa : The Price of Citizenship : Company 28 (Maori) Battalion 1939 ­ 1945’’ by Monty Soutar
‘Waihou Journeys : The Archaeology of 400 Years of Maori Settlement’ by Caroline Phillips
‘Diary of a Voyage to Australia & New Zealand 1885’ ­ Henry Young
‘Gallipoli : The Battlefield Guide’ by Mat McLachlan
‘Kauri : Witness to a Nation’s History’ by Joanna Orwin
‘Over the Mountains of the Sea : Life on the Migrant Ships’ by David Hastings
‘Settlers : New Zealand Immigrants from England, Ireland & Scotland 1800-1945’ by Jock Phillips & Terry Hearn
‘The Gold Rushes’ by Robin May
‘Town & City Maps of the British Isles 1800 ­ 1855’ by Ashley Bayton-Williams

Isdale Manuscripts:
James Preece & Family, John Calloway, The Thames Police Station
Other Manuscripts:
The Una GM and QC Co., and John Gibbons ­ by David Wilton;
updates on The Streets of Thames and Thames Hotels - Althea Barker
Photographs ­ from Bryan McMahon . Early Tapu and the McMahon family. Brian also provided written accounts of the McMahon family and their activities.
Genealogy CDs ­ from Linda Hansen.
Herefordshire Census 1841; Worcestershire Census 1841 (6 disks),
Warwickshire Census 1841 (8 disks), Kent Census 1842 (4 disks),
Family Search ­ Family History Library Catalogue (1 disk),
Judd Memorabilia. We are delighted to have this as we don’t have a lot of information on this family.
Bequest from Max Hawkes ­ including framed photos, books and papers
Family information from Bruce Mathers (Australia) ­ includes trees, certificates and photos about the following families: Coldicutt, Fleming, Birdwood, Mathers