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Clutha Mackenzie - papers

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  • Description
    War diary and papers relating to Clutha Nantes Mackenzie
  • Other Number
    2016/8, MS-2016-8
  • Collection area
  • Record richness


  • Catalogue title
    Clutha Mackenzie - papers
  • Identifiers
    • MS-2016-8  (Reference Number)
    • 2016/8  (Registration Number)
  • Creator
  • Period
  • Description
    War diary and papers relating to Clutha Nantes Mackenzie
  • Contains
    9 items in this collection. View all items.
  • Physical description
    2 folders
  • Production
  • Medium
    • Holograph
    • Typescript
  • Subject
  • Keywords
  • Associated material
    • MS-1078
    • MS-90-34
    • MS-2005-11
  • Citation
    Clutha Mackenzie - papers, 1914-1916, Auckland War Memorial Museum, MS-2016-8
  • Notes
    • On return to New Zealand, MacKenzie was a Member of Parliament from 1920-1922 and Director of the Blind Institute (Auckland) from 1923-1938. He was awarded the Knight Bachelor, in 1935, for services to the blind.
    • Clutha MacKenzie’s father was Sir Thomas Noble MacKenzie; New Zealand High Commissioner in London from 1912 – 1920. He is mentioned in Volume II of the diary – as part of a delegation to Egypt.
    • Clutha Nantes MacKenzie (service no.: 11/171) embarked on the Main Body from Wellington in October 1914. He was part of the Wellington Mounted Rifles and was blinded at Gallipoli, after Chunuk Bair.

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