Brent Mackrell - Papers
- MS-2003-107 (Reference Number)
- 2003/107 (Registration Number)
Boxes 1 - 14 -- Scrapbooks.
Box 15 -- Visitor books and Album.
Boxes 16 - 17 -- Scrapbooks and envelopes of information.
Box 18 -- Books and documents.
Boxes 19 - 20 -- Scrapbooks and documents.
Boxes 21 - 22 -- Pilots' log books.
Box 23 -- Books and scrapbooks, A.C. Johns.
Box 24 -- Scrapbooks.
Box 25 -- Log books, envelope, photographs, certificate and medal information.
Collection consists of large scrapbooks containing information on individual persons and families; pilots' log books, 1918 - 1977; framed certificates and documents; and some visitors' books. Scrapbooks include photographs and documents covering a period from the New Zealand Wars to World War II.
22 large flat boxes and 3 transit boxes
- Press cuttings
Mackrell, Brent. Papers. Auckland War Memorial Museum Library. MS-2003-107.
- Some items include detailed listings produced by the Auckland Museum's Human History Department.
- QAIMNS scrapbook [Box 16] - Photograph featuring Russian Royal family with nursing staff (p. 155) contains Gladys Annie Dinah Statter (front row, sitting on ground, 3rd from left). Information supplied by Helen Yorke, granddaughter of Gladys Statter.
- Identification of nurses in photograph from scrapbook re. Cora B. Roberton (nee Anderson) [Box 9] as follows: Front row (left to right); Army Officers, Harvey, Wallis, Armitage, unknown, Rev.Mackenzie-Gibson, Barnett, Matron Bertha Nurse, DDMS Parkes, Maguire, Bowerbank, Scott, Hogg Curtis, Fergus. 2nd row, Sisters J. James, C. Donohue, A. Stephenson, M. Boyed, M. Affleck, I. Bennett, V. McLean, F. Wilson, I. Willis, E. McAllum, M. Ellis, M. McBeth, R. Fanning and M. Mitchell. 3rd row, Sisters, J. Naismith, K. Carter, A. Philpotts, A. Holmwood, K. Booth*, I. Stewart, D. Commons, C. Anderson, A. Williams, E. Porteous, I. Gordon Boyd, L. Newell, K. Kitching, Mary Anderson. 4th row, Sisters, M. Samson, A. Whitta, N. Hughes*,W. Brook-leers and 5th row, M. Hobbs, K. Welch. visiting from Aotea Convalescent Home. (Information supplied by Sherayl McNabb, of the New Zealand Army Nursing Service)
Images and documents
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