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Papers (4)

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  • Description
    Philip Williams's research interests were centered on New Zealand history, Maori history, Church history and the Williams family. The 73 articles and research notes he left, written after his retirement during the 1960s and 1970s, reflected these four areas of interest.
  • Other Number
    MS-1994-12, 94/12
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  • Catalogue title
    Papers (4)
  • Identifiers
    • MS-1994-12  (Reference Number)
    • 94/12  (Registration Number)
  • Creator
  • Period
  • Unit
    A total of eighty-three (83) items arranged into the following three series: Series A -- Personal papers. Series B -- Articles and notes. Series C -- Papers by other than P.L.B. Williams.
  • Description
    Philip Williams's research interests were centered on New Zealand history, Maori history, Church history and the Williams family. The 73 articles and research notes he left, written after his retirement during the 1960s and 1970s, reflected these four areas of interest.
  • Physical description
    3 transit boxes
  • Production
  • Medium
    • Holograph
    • Typescript
  • Subject
  • Associated material
    • MS 213; MS 335; MS 561; MS 583; MS 742; MS 791; MS 796; MS 813; MS 898; MS 1001; MS 1065-67; MS 1147.
    • PD160.
  • Citation
    Williams, Philip Leslie Bruce. Papers. Auckland War Memorial Museum Library. MS-1994/12.
  • Notes
    • Philip Williams was the son of Arthur Frederick Williams and a great grandson of Henry Williams.
    • Articles marked with an asterisk (*) in the inventory are duplicate copies of earlier donations from Philip Williams. [see Associated Material]
    • Photographs transferred to Pictorial Department.
    • Books incorporated into New Zealand Collection.
    • Cartoon by Harry Dansey transferred to Paintings & drawings Collection. [Call No. PD160]

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