- Hill, Henry Thomas, 1849-1933
Notebooks, correspondence, and papers relating to the history, geology and geography of the Napier-Taupo-Kaingaroa region, notes on Maori canoes, art and history, the moa, education, hydro-electricity, the Shakespearean controversy, his political beliefs, and other subjects. There are also land deeds and papers of W Howard Hill and William Colenso.
Notebooks, correspondence, and papers on the history, geology, and geography of the Napier-Taupo-Kaingaroa region, notes on moa, Captain St George's diary, Shakespearean controversy, and other topics. Papers include notes and papers on geology, history of the Kaingaroa-Taupo area, Te Kooti campaign, and early history of New Zealand; correspondence from W Colenso to Mrs E Hill. Also journal for 1897 which deals largely with school inspecting in Hawke's Bay.
Henry Thomas Hill was the Inspector for Schools for Hawke's Bay and the East Coast. He joined the Hawke's Bay Philosophical Institute in 1884 and became President in 1891 and managed the Colenso Bequest for the Institute.
Quantity: 159 folder(s). 1.16 Linear Metres.
Finding Aids: Inventory available - see backfile..
Transfers: MS-Papers-0153 (Series C) Inventory notes the transfer of 9 photographs to the Photo Section, 18 September 1960..
Processing information: ATL-Group-00435 formed in 2019, merged previously separated collections - MS-Papers-0004 (Series A), MS-Papers-0146 (Series B), MS-Papers-0153 (Series C) and MS-Papers-0172 (Series D) - of the same provenance. NOTE: Series numbering by staff, 18 June 1987.
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- 159 folder(s), 1.16 Linear Metres, Clippings, Manuscript maps, Manuscripts, Notes (Documents), Personal correspondence, Personal papers, Scrapbooks
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