Hamilton, Walter Ian, 1905-1991: Papers
Comprises personal, literary, activist, editorial and business correspondence, literary drafts, plans for gardens and composting, Devonport matters and other papers
Source of title - Supplied
Relationship complexity - Correspondence in Eric H McCormick's papers MS-Papers-5292-026
Hamilton was a pacifist and conscientious objector during WWII; he later wrote `Till human voices wake us' about his experiences. Latterly he lived in Devonport, Auckland, where he had a gardening business and was heavily involved in a composting scheme for Devonport Borough Council. He was active politically, especially in the `Letters to the editor' sphere.
Quantity: 8 volume(s). 27 folder(s). 0.50 Linear Metres.
Physical Description: Holographs, mss, typescripts and printed matter (some photocopies)
Provenance: Donor/Lender/Vendor - Donated by Ms Beverley Melville, Belmont, Auckland, July 1996
Access restrictions: No access restrictions
There are 35 items in total.
Format: 8 volume(s), 27 folder(s), 0.50 Linear Metres, Personal correspondence, Drafts (Documents), Accounts, Photographs, Clippings, Manuscripts, Holographs, mss, typescripts and printed matter (some photocopies)See original record