- 1950 - 1969
Canterbury (N.Z.) Centennial Association. Souvenir programme of Maori celebrations and centennial concert presented at the Civic Theatre, Christchurch, 8 September 1950. Souvenir programme
Ngati Poneke. Maori Entertainment, Wellington Town Hall, 15-16 March 1950. Souvenir programme. (Contains essay on Rangiatea Church, Otaki, by Eric Ramsden).
The Arawa Concert Party of Rotorua present Guide Rangi and Concert Party. Concert Chamber, Rotorua every Wednesday and Saturday. Souvenir programme. [Date unknown, possibly 1950s] (Acc PR-00-0353, and PR-13-0049) (2 copies)
Whakarewarewa Maori Concert Party will give their unique entertainment in the Concert Chamber [Tuesday 10th February 1953 - handwritten on front cover]. Programme
Whakatane Maori Youth Club. Grand Maori concert and All-Maori play "Tu Terangi & Kihi". Souvenir programme with folded flier for a performance on 12 October 1956 (2 copies).
Pataka Enterprises Inc presents a grand Maori concert on board the SS "Southern Cross". 24 October 1957, by Te Roopu Ngahau. Programme (with shipboard menu slipped inside)
New Zealand presents the Overseas Touring Party in "Maori", sponsored by the Auckland Public Relations Office Inc., and the NZ Travel & Holiday Association. 1958. Programme ( 2 copies - one with autographs and photographs of Touring Party members)
Wellington Teachers' College Maori Club 1958. Programme.
Guide Rangi's sensational Te Arawa Maori Entertainers. Souvenir programme [ca 1960] (Acc PR-10-0136)
Guide Kiri presents the famous Whakarewarewa Rotorua Maori Concert Party in their unique entertainment, promoted by the Public relations Office. Rotorua Printers. Programme [ca 1960] (Date assigned because it includes a photo of 12-year-old Dell Aratema, whose age was confirmed by Dr Ngahuia Te Awekotuku)
Presenting the famous Whakarewarewa Maori Concert Party in a full programme of traditional entertainment. Every Sunday at 8.30 pm. Programme and souvenir brochure of Rotorua. One shilling [ca 1960]
University of Waikato Welcome home Te Arohanui Maori Company. America loved the Maoris 
Extraordinary announcement! Maori concert, farewell appearance before leaving for overseas, lovely Kiri Te Kanawa, supported by Lou & Simon, Yvonne Thomas (The Poi Wizard), and Maori groups - compere Laurie Borck. Founders' Theatre 20 January . Flier (2 copies)
Waihirere Maori Club of Gisborne. Opera House Wellington, 28 August 1965. Programme (2 copies)
Arawa Concert Party of Rotorua presents Guide Rangi and Concert Party. Concert Chamber Rotorua, every Wednesday and Saturday. Souvenir programme 
Wellington Competitions Society Inc. [Concert, 1966 Festival of the Arts - with Muturangi Maori Club, Wellington Maori Anglican Club, Ngati Poneke Maori Club, Arohata Maori Girls' Club, Wellington Teachers Training College Maori [Club], Mawai Hakona Maori Association]. Programme
Te Rangatahi. Grand charity concert. St James Theatre, 25 August 1968 (With Inia Te Wiata, Isobel Cowan, Howard Morrison, Myra Love, Ratana Brass, Nick Smith Trio. The New Zealand Maori Theatre Trust presents the creation scene from James Ritchie's "He mana toa", produced by Richard Campion; music by Douglas Lilburn; choreography by Leigh Brewer). Programme. Plus NZ Maori Council invitation for Tony Murray-Oliver to a reception the previous evening at the NZ Display Centre.
Quantity: 18 colour photo-mechanical print(s).
Physical Description: Pamphlets and programmes, sizes varying up to 250 mm.
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- 18 colour photo-mechanical print(s), Ephemera, Letterpress works, Theatre programmes, Pamphlets and programmes, sizes varying up to 250 mm., Orientation: Vertical image
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