Contributors

Alexander Turnbull Library
Archives New Zealand Te Rua Mahara o te Kāwanatanga
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki
Auckland City Libraries
Auckland War Memorial Museum Tamaki Paenga Hira
Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu
Christchurch Libraries
Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa
New Zealand Electronic Text Centre
The New Zealand Film Archive Ngā Kaitiaki o Ngā Taonga Whitiāhua
Otago Museum
Puke Ariki
The University of Auckland Library
University of Canterbury Library, including the Macmillan Brown Library Collections
University of Otago Library, including Hocken Collections
Wairarapa Archive – Te Puranga Korero o Wairarapa

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Alexander Turnbull Library

The Alexander Turnbull Library is a division of the National Library of New Zealand, and holds the nation's pre-eminent collection of books, manuscripts, music, maps, sound recordings, ephemera, photographs, cartoons, paintings, drawings and prints.

Hundreds of thousands of Turnbull images are findable through the National Library website, many of which are available to order as high-resolution downloads.

The collections include items of cultural value to Māori and other New Zealanders. The taonga carry the mana of their iwi (people), whichever medium may be used.

The National Library's website includes information about copyright and usage, and you can submit pictorial or general reference queries online.

Contact:
Alexander Turnbull Library
National Library of New Zealand
PO Box 1467
Wellington
New Zealand

Phone +64 (0)4 474 3000
Fax +64 (0)4 474 3035
Email atl@dia.govt.nz
Website http://beta.natlib.govt.nz

Archives New Zealand Te Rua Mahara o te Kāwanatanga

Archives New Zealand, Te Rua Mahara o te Kāwanatanga is the official guardian of New Zealand’s public archives. Archives New Zealand gathers, stores and protects an extremely wide range of material. Its holdings include the originals of the Treaty of Waitangi, government documents, maps, paintings, photographs and film.

Descriptive information about almost three million of the records held by Archives New Zealand can be found through Archway, along with information about government functions and agencies.

The first collection of digital images was also launched in July 2007. This is War Art Online - containing over 1,400 images of art works from the National Collection of War Art.

The images made available by Archives New Zealand are for private use and study only. You may not make copies, sell or otherwise distribute the images and must apply to the copyright holder for permission to publish or reproduce any of the images.

Contact:
Archives New Zealand Te Rua Mahara o te Kāwanatanga
PO Box 12-050
Wellington
New Zealand

Telephone +64 (0)4 499 5595
Fax +64 (0)4 495 6210
Email communications@archives.govt.nz
Website www.archives.govt.nz

Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki

Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki is the largest art institution in New Zealand, with a collection of more than 14,000 works from 1376 to the present day. These include:

- major holdings of New Zealand historic, modern and contemporary art
- outstanding works by Maori and Pacific Island artists
- European painting, sculpture and print collections.

In 2003 the Gallery made its electronic catalogue accessible to the online visitor at http://www.aucklandartgallery.com/the-collection/. The database includes a catalogue record for every work and nearly 10,000 images are reproduced online.

The Gallery’s Terms and Conditions for using items are available at http://www.aucklandartgallery.com/the-collection/. Items from the Gallery may not be reproduced, transmitted or copied without permission, except for the purposes of private study and research, criticism and review, or education, consistent with the New Zealand Copyright Act 1994.

Information about ordering and reproducing images can be found at http://www.aucklandartgallery.com/the-collection/reproductions

Contact:
Auckland Art Gallery
PO Box 5449
Auckland
New Zealand

Telephone +64 (0)9 307 7700
Fax +64 (0)9 302 1096
Website http://www.aucklandartgallery.com/

Auckland Libraries

The Auckland Libraries Photograph Collection contains 500,000+ images of New Zealand (Auckland Region in particular) from the 1840s to the present day. Photographs can be viewed at Sir George Grey Special Collections Reading Room in the Auckland Central Library.

A growing number of collections is also available online at Heritage Images, which is updated regularly and now has over 75,000 records. Three significant collections are:

- Henry Winkelmann’s Auckland City photographs from the early twentieth century
- a selection of Clifton Firth portraits from 1940s-1970s
- Herman Schmidt’s First World War Soldier Portraits.

Photographs may be printed for private research purposes only. You need permission from Auckland Libraries before reproducing items for publication or display.

More information about conditions of use is available at www.aucklandcity.govt.nz/dbtw-wpd/HeritageImages/termsofuse.htm

Contact:
Sir George Grey Special Collections
Auckland Libraries
Private Bag 92300
Auckland 1142
New Zealand

Telephone +64 (0)9 307 7758
Fax +64 (0)9 307 7741
Email library_photos@aucklandcouncil.govt.nz
Website www.aucklandlibraries.govt.nz

Auckland War Memorial Museum Tamaki Paenga Hira

Auckland War Memorial Museum (or Auckland Museum) is one of New Zealand’s larger heritage institutions, and includes a major research library.

The Auckland Museum Library’s collections comprise publications, manuscripts, maps, bookplates and ephemera. The collections are especially strong in early New Zealand and Pacific history and culture, natural history and New Zealand’s involvement in war.

The Library also provides public access to the Museum’s extensive pictorial collection, with over 1.5 million photographs, paintings, drawings, posters, and plans.

Collection databases created to date have focused on the areas of natural history, social, local and military history, ethnology, archaeology and the applied arts.

A growing number of images from items in the pictorial collections and the Library are available online through the library catalogue at: http://muse.aucklandmuseum.com/databases/general/basicsearch.aspx?dataset=Muscat. You can also access a selection of other collection databases online at: http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/59/collection-&-research-databases.

Contact:
Pictorial collection, Auckland War Memorial Museum
PO Box 92018
Auckland
New Zealand

Telephone +64 (09) 309 0443
Fax +64 (09) 379 9956
Email pictorial@aucklandmuseum.com
Website www.aucklandmuseum.com

Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu

Christchurch art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu opened in 2003. It is the public art gallery of the city of Christchurch. It succeeds the Robert McDougall Art Gallery which opened in 1932. The Gallery is the largest public art institution in the South Island and contains an important collection of New Zealand and international art.

None of the images provided here may be reproduced, transmitted or copied without permission from the Gallery and any relevant copyright holder, except for the purposes of private study and research, criticism or review as defined by the New Zealand Copyright Act, 1994.

Information about ordering and reproducing images, including an online order-form, can be found at http://www.christchurchartgallery.org.nz/Collection/Reproductions/.

Contact:
Librarian
Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu
Cnr Worcester Boulevard and Montreal Street
PO Box 2626
Christchurch 8140
New Zealand

Telephone +64 (0)3 941 7300
Fax +64 (0)3 941 7301
Email art.gallery@ccc.govt.nz
Website http://www.christchurchartgallery.org.nz/

Christchurch City Libraries

Christchurch City Libraries (formerly Canterbury Public Library) is the second largest library system in the country. Thirteen libraries, a mobile library and a virtual library provide phone, fax, email and live online services to around 317,000 residents.

The Library has a collection of historical photographs online at http://library.christchurch.org.nz/Heritage/Photos/. The selection of images depict local people, places and events from around 1860 to 1975 and have been reproduced from newspapers, archival sources, early books and reports.

The selected images are part of the collection held in the Aotearoa New Zealand Centre. This research and heritage resource holds contemporary and historical material about New Zealand with a special focus on Christchurch and Canterbury. Material includes genealogy resources, newspapers, archives, photographs and more.

Contact:
Christchurch City Libraries
PO Box 1466
Christchurch
New Zealand

Telephone +64 (0)3 941 7923
Fax +64 (0)3 941 7848
Email library@ccc.govt.nz
Website http://library.christchurch.org.nz

Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Te Papa is New Zealand's national museum, founded on the concepts of:
- unified collections
- narratives of culture and place
- the idea of forum
- bicultural partnership between tangata whenua (Māori) and tangata tiriti
- a multidisciplinary approach to delivering a national museum for diverse audiences.

The museum’s mission is to be a forum for the nation to explore and preserve New Zealand's unique cultural and natural heritage.

Collections are central to Te Papa's existence, and span across five main areas:
- Art and Visual Culture
- Natural History
- New Zealand History and Heritage
- Pacific
- Taonga Māori (Māori cultural treasures).

Te Papa has particularly rich collections of New Zealand plants and animals, taonga Māori, and Pacific material.

Te Papa’s collections contain several million items. Information about only a small proportion of the holdings is available online, but the museum constantly adds to the Collections Online database at http://collections.tepapa.govt.nz.

Contact:
Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa
PO Box 467
Wellington
New Zealand

Telephone +64 (0) 4 381 7000
Fax +64 (0) 4 381 7070
Contact form www.tepapa.govt.nz/onlineforms/enquiryform.aspx
Website www.tepapa.govt.nz

New Zealand Electronic Text Centre

The New Zealand Electronic Text Centre (www.nzetc.org) provides a free online collection of New Zealand and Pacific Islands texts and heritage materials.

The collection includes an ever-expanding range of full-text books, images, manuscripts, dictionaries, letters and journals. All resources are fully searchable and delivered through an open-source framework. Multiple formats are available for download or online browsing.

Particular projects include:

- the 50-volume Official History of New Zealand in the Second World War -http://www.nzetc.org/tm/scholarly/tei-corpus-WH2.html
- the Tidal Pools collection of pacific resources -http://www.nzetc.org/tm/scholarly/tei-corpus-pacific.html
- the literary journals Sport, Turbine and Kōtare - http://www.nzetc.org/tm/scholarly/tei-corpus-Sport.html, http://www.nzetc.org/tm/scholarly/tei-corpus-turbine.html, and http://www.nzetc.org/tm/scholarly/tei-corpus-kotare.html.

There are many notable resources in the collection, including:

- George Pratt's Grammar and Dictionary of the Samoan Language (http://www.nzetc.org/tm/scholarly/tei-PraDict.html)
- Edward Tregear's Maori-Polynesian Comparative Dictionary (http://www.nzetc.org/tm/scholarly/tei-TreMaor.html)
- George Grey's Ko Nga Moteatea (http://www.nzetc.org/tm/scholarly/tei-GreKong.html) novels by New Zealand authors such as Katherine Mansfield, Jane Mander and Bill Pearson.

Information about conditions of use is available at the website - http://www.nzetc.org/tm/scholarly/tei-NZETC-About-copyright.html.

Contact:
New Zealand Electronic Text Centre
PO Box 600
Wellington
New Zealand

Telephone +64 (0)4 463 6847
Email director@nzetc.org

The New Zealand Film Archive Ngā Kaitiaki o Ngā Taonga Whitiāhua

The New Zealand Film Archive Ngā Kaitiaki o Ngā Taonga Whitiāhua, has three principal functions - to collect, protect and project New Zealand's moving image heritage.

The collections of predominantly New Zealand film and video date from 1895 to the present and include features, documentaries, short films, advertisements, home movies, newsreels and television programmes. A large documentation collection is also held, including publicity materials, stills, posters, production records and equipment.

The Film Archive maintains a kaitiaki role over the collections. This guardianship ensures the ownership of the original item remains with the depositor and copyright of the material is maintained by appropriate parties. More information can be found at http://www.filmarchive.org.nz/services/loans.html.

The Archive's collections are available for viewing, either at the mediaplex in Wellington, the Auckland Office, or at a network of Video Access Sites in galleries, museums and libraries around the country. For further information visit: http://www.filmarchive.org.nz/viewing/viewing.html.

The Film Archive's catalogue is online at http://filmarchive.org.nz/catalogue/simplesearch.htm.

Contact:
Diane Pivac
Web Projects Developer
Ngā Kaitiaki o Ngā Taonga Whitiāhua
The New Zealand Film Archive
84 Taranaki Street
PO Box 11-449
Wellington
New Zealand

Telephone +64 (0)4 384 7647
Fax +64 (0)4 382 9595
Email info@nzfa.org.nz
Website http://www.filmarchive.org.nz

Otago Museum

The Otago Museum was established in 1868. This important historical and scientific institution today houses collections and displays of international repute, including:

- Natural Sciences: Botany; land invertebrates (particularly New Zealand spiders and insects), marine biology, birds, mammals, geology and palaeontology
- Humanities: Māori and Pacific ethnography, selected branches of foreign ethnology, world prehistory; classical and near eastern antiquity
- Decorative arts: World ceramics, glass, costume and textiles
- Technology and New Zealand history: Maritime history, numismatics (coins), medals, firearms, philately (stamps), and photographic history

Print or digital copies of images from the Otago Museum may be obtained by contacting the Museum with the registration number. A list of rights and reproduction charges is available. Copying of images is not permitted without written consent.

Contact:
Otago Museum
419 Great King Street
PO Box 6202
Dunedin

Telephone +64 (0)3 474 4743
Fax +64 (0)3 477 5993
Email mail@otagomuseum.govt.nz
Website http://www.otagomuseum.govt.nz

Puke Ariki

Puke Ariki is an integrated museum, library and visitor information centre which opened in June 2003. It brings together the former Taranaki Museum and New Plymouth District Library.

Puke Ariki cares for a regionally significant collection of taonga Māori, artefacts, archives and pictorial items. Puke Ariki is updating its available online collections on an ongoing basis.

Puke Ariki’s Terms and Conditions for using items are available at www.pukeariki.com/en/resources/collections.htm. Items from Puke Ariki may not be reproduced, transmitted or copied without permission, except for the purposes of private study and research, criticism, or education, consistent with the New Zealand Copyright Act 1994.

To order and reproduce images from the Puke Ariki collection email images@pukeariki.com.

Contact:
Puke Ariki
New Plymouth District Council
Private Bag 2025
New Plymouth
New Zealand

Telephone +64 (0)6 759 6060
Fax +64 (0)6 759 6072
Email images@pukeariki.com
Website http://www.pukeariki.com

The University of Auckland Library

The University of Auckland Library is the largest tertiary library system in New Zealand.

The Library's electronic gateway, LEARN (Library Electronic Academic Resources Network), provides access to a world class collection of electronic resources and services, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

The Library has been building its own digital collections of text, images and multimedia since 2001. The collections contain significant heritage material relating to New Zealand and the Pacific. Most are publicly available.

Digitised collections accessible through Matapihi include the:
- Anthropology Photographic Archive
- Architecture Archive.

Items in the Library’s digital collections may not be reproduced, transmitted or copied without permission, except for the purposes of private study and research, criticism and review, or education, consistent with the New Zealand Copyright Act 1994.

Contact:
Digital Services (Digital Projects)
The University of Auckland Library
Private Bag 92019
Mail Centre 1142
Auckland
New Zealand

Telephone +64 (0)9 373 7599 xtn 83984
Email Digitalprojects@lbr.auckland.ac.nz
Website www.library.auckland.ac.nz

University of Canterbury Library, including the Macmillan Brown Library Collections

The University of Canterbury Library has a significant collection of unique archival materials, including more than 20,000 photographs, that are located in, and administered as part of, the Macmillan Brown Library.

The Macmillan Brown Library collects widely in the area of New Zealand and Pacific culture and history, and the photograph collection reflects this focus. Christchurch, Canterbury, and the West Coast feature strongly, but there are also photographs of people and places elsewhere in New Zealand and the Pacific Islands.

The University has started digitising its unique collections with the goal of making them accessible to the world. Thousands of historic photographs and other items can be viewed online via the Library’s resources page.

Images may only be used for private research, or study. Any additional use requires the permission of the library. The Macmillan Brown Library Special Collections site provides information about copyright, use of images, ordering reproductions, and contact details.

Contact:
Macmillan Brown Library
University of Canterbury
Private Bag 4800
Christchurch 8140
New Zealand

Telephone +64 03 364 2753
Email macbrown@libr.canterbury.ac.nz
Website http://library.canterbury.ac.nz/mb/

University of Otago Library, including Hocken Collections

The University of Otago Library presents an online collection of material held throughout the Library system, including Hocken Pictorial Collections and Special Collections. http://digital.otago.ac.nz will grow to incorporate other unique and rare treasures from throughout the library system.

The Hocken collects widely in relation to the history and culture of New Zealand, the Pacific and Antarctica, with a special emphasis on the Otago and Southland regions of New Zealand. The collections range from the seventeenth century to the present day.

Special Collections houses a number of collections including the De Beer collection, the Library's principal repository for pre-1800 material; and the Shoults collection with strengths including European history, theology, Greek and Roman literature, dictionaries, atlases, works of reference and many fine examples of early printers.

Contact:
University of Otago Library
PO Box 56
Dunedin
New Zealand

Telephone +64 (0)3 479 4002
Fax +64 (0)4 474 3063
Email digital.collections@otago.ac.nz
Website http://digital.otago.ac.nz

Wairarapa Archive – Te Puranga Korero o Wairarapa

The Wairarapa Archive was established in 1989 as a community archive, administered by the Masterton District Library. It now acts as the corporate archive for the Masterton District Council as well as holding a large collection of records and papers from Wairarapa organisations and people.

It also holds a substantial collection of photographs relating to the Wairarapa region, some of which are available through its Picture Wairarapa collection

The Wairarapa Archive’s terms and conditions explain how you may use the items on this site. Items from the Wairarapa Archive may not be reproduced, transmitted or copied without permission, except for the purposes of private study and research, criticism, or education, consistent with the New Zealand Copyright Act 1994.

To order and reproduce images from the Wairarapa Archive collection email archives@library.mstn.govt.nz.

Contact:
Gareth Winter
Archivist
79 Queen Street
PO Box 444
Masterton

Telephone +64 (06) 370-6311
Fax +64 (06) 377-1195
Email archives@library.mstn.govt.nz
Website http://archives.mstn.govt.nz