Public service employment

Work relief
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Hubbard, James, 1949- :260 Foreign Affairs jobs to go. 14 January 2012
Date: 2012 From: Hubbard, James, 1949-: Digital caricatures and cartoons By: Setford News Photo Agency Ref: DCDL-0020072 Description: The cartoon shows Murray McCully, Minister of Foreign Affairs, whistling a tune as he puts a newspaper through a shredder. The shredder has a sign sticky-tap...
Date: Jan - May 1904 By: Adams, Charles William, 1840-1918 Ref: MSX-9139 Description: Adam's diary records official daily entries for his work as Chief Surveyor for Marlborough, Jan-May 1904. Entries describe weather conditions, office hours, ...
Date: 26 May 1983 From: NZOHA Customs Department Oral History Project Part I By: Barr, William Jerrold, 1909-1996 Ref: OHInt-0096/01 Description: William (Bill) Barr born Waipiro Bay, near Gisborne, 1909. Outlines family background - both grandparents, came to New Zealand between 1840-1850, Jackson fr...
Date: 28 May 1983 From: NZOHA Customs Department Oral History Project Part I By: Richards, George Donald, 1915-1999 Ref: OHInt-0096/22 Description: George Donald Richards born Dannevirke 1915. Outlines family background - father, John Henry (Jack) Richards born Australia, a blacksmith by trade, worked fo...
Date: 27 May 1984 From: NZOHA New Zealand Computer Society Silver Jubilee Oral History Project By: Walker, Paul Nelson, 1914-1986 Ref: OHInt-0093/13 Description: Paul Walker was born 25 Jul 1914 at Auckland. Describes family background, childhood in Auckland, education including a Bachelor of Arts in maths and a Bache...
Relief workers on Unemployment Board's No 5 scheme
Date: [ca 2 Feb 1932] From: Evening post (Newspaper. 1865-2002) :Photographic negatives and prints of the Evening Post newspaper Ref: 1/2-088470-G Description: Workers on the New Zealand Unemployment Board's No 5 relief scheme digging a trench on a hill above a road in Wellington. Photograph taken in February 1932, ...
Date: 24 January 1994 - 24 Jan 1994 From: Justice Department, Corrections Division Women's Suffrage Centennial Oral History Project By: Spence, Noeline Katrine, 1929-2011 Ref: OHInt-0136/05 Description: Noeline Katrine Spence, born Christchurch. Describes background, growing up in Christchurch and career, commencing as a typist with State Advances Corporatio...
Date: 23 March 1994 - 23 Mar 1994 From: Labour Movement Oral History Project - Part II By: Cameron, Wesley Raymond, 1928-2006 Ref: OHInt-0059/03 Description: Wesley Raymond Cameron born Linwood, Christchurch. Outlines family background - father a floor moulder, making plough shares. Recalls father being unemployed...
Date: 28 Nov 1991 From: Women in World War II Part I By: Cassidy, Eileen Margaret, 1918-2016 Ref: OHInt-0060/03 Description: Eileen O'Connor was born on 17 August 1916 in Christchurch . Discusses her parent's views on education, the Depression and her job as a shorthand typist. T...
Date: 10 December 1991 - 10 Dec 1991 From: Labour Movement Oral History Project By: Wolfe, Arthur Lancelot, 1910-1997 Ref: OHInt-0056/04 Description: Arthur Lancelot (Joe) Wolfe born Stratford, Taranaki. Gives family background - father a woodchopper from Tasmania. Recalls school days and corporal punishme...
Date: [1924-2001] By: Mackie, James Ogilvie, 1921- Ref: MS-Group-1007 Description: Comprises reminiscences of Mackie describing his life as a `bureaucrat' working mostly for the mental health divisions in the Public Service. He worked in Se...
Relief workers working on an earth moving project, Wellington
Date: 1930 Ref: 1/2-029649-F Description: Relief workers working on an earth moving project during the depression, Wellington, 1930. Shows men with shovels and picks. Oriental Bay is in the distance....
Date: 16 Nov 1999 From: Women's Studies Association feminist oral history project By: Roberts, Heather Richenda, 1946- Ref: OHInt-0556-09 Description: Heather Roberts was born in Hobart, Australia in 1946. Describes parents, early life, quaker education, living on a mission station, and academic achievement...
Date: 14-21 August 1998 - 14 Aug 1999 - 17 Aug 1999 From: Trade union oral history project By: O'Sullivan, John Doyle, 1912-2003 Ref: OHInt-0478/39 Description: John (Jack) O'Sullivan born Wellington of Irish parents. Recalls living in a Railway house in Plimmerton; leaving school in 1927 and first job of bricklaying...
Date: 04 08 00 - 04 Aug 2000 From: YWCA of Wellington and Hutt Valley oral history project By: Rivers, Mary-Jane, 1951- Ref: OHInt-0590-3 Description: Mary-Jane Rivers was born in Christchurch in 1951. Describes her mother and their relationship, her father, mother's family and paralysis due to medical malp...
Date: 12 Oct 1983 From: Interviews about Rotorua by Don Stafford By: Lord, George Oscar, 1903-1986 Ref: OHInt-0470/17 Description: Oscar Lord was born in Auckland in 1903. Describes leaving the family farm at Taneatua and becoming a ganger on the railway line between Te Puke and Taneatua...
Date: 1962-1965, 1972-1973 From: Sutch, William Ball (Dr), 1907-1975 : Papers Ref: 96-145-1/06 Description: Comprises file of papers relating to Sutch's 1972-1973 tax return and correspondence and other papers relating to his `retirement'. This includes PSA brochur...
Rongotai, Wellington, with relief workers
Date: [ca 3 Aug 1927] From: Evening post (Newspaper. 1865-2002) :Photographic negatives and prints of the Evening Post newspaper Ref: PAColl-8557-66 Description: Rongotai, Wellington, during the depression, showing relief workers shovelling sand into railway wagons. Photograph taken by an unidentified Evening Post sta...
Fletcher, David, 1952- :'Someone must be held responsible for our poor showing in the election!' 'Don't worry they will!....Boy, you the public are in for it now!!!' The Dominion Post, 30 July, 2002.
Date: 2002 From: Fletcher, David, 1952- :Digital cartoons Ref: DX-005-341 Description: 'The Politician' cartoon strip. Quantity: 1 digital image(s).
Date: 1846-1872 By: Cook, Thomas Uppadine, 1816-1897 Ref: MS-Papers-2874 Description: Papers and correspondence, mainly over Cook's applications for positions; includes his appointment as Registrar of Births Deaths and Marriages for Foxton, 18...