- 1869 - 1897
- New Zealand Times Company Ltd; Brown, S N (Mr), active 1861-1915; W H Foden (Firm)
Marlborough House. Jeudi, 23 Juin 1864. Premier service; second service [Menu card]
Ball to H. R. H. Duke of Edinburgh, Wellington, April 1869 / Richardson & Lloyd, Wellington [engraver. Programme].
Order of the Royal Procession. The Royal procession will proceed from the Wharf on to Jervois Quay, Cuba, Ingestre and Willis Streets, Lambton Quay, Charlotte, Sydney and Museum Streets to Government House [Captain Lomax in front]. NZ Times print, Lambton Quay Wellington
Burridge, C (photographer), fl 1897. [Postcard]. Record reign. Record jubilee day, June 22nd 1897. Bought on the grounds.
Commemoration hymns and versicles for the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria, 1837-1897. Wellington, NZ; McKee & Gamble, music printers and lithographers, 1897.
First Church of Otago. Jubilee service to commemorate the sixty years' reign of Queen Victoria. preacher Rev James Gibb. Sunday June 20th 1897 at 6.30 pm. S N Brown Co. Printers, Rattray Street, Dunedin. [Order of service]
Victoria Queen & Empress, 1837-1897. We, her loyal subjects of the Wanganui Collegiate School present our most hearty congratulations to Our Queen on the longest and most glorious reign in English History ... [Card]
The Queen's Diamond Jubilee, June 20th 1897. Words by Archdeacon Harper, Tune 64, Hymns Anc[ient] & Mod[ern]. "Sixty years since our nation, with one voice of acclamation ..."; [Verso] June 22nd 1897. "God save our gracious Queen". W H Foden & Co., printers, Timaru [Hymn sheet]
The Queen's Diamond Jubilee, June 22nd 1897 [Hymn sheet with advertisements on verso]
Hymns for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee [Folded pamphlet with the words of four hymns: O King of Kings; From the deep heart of the people; Long loved long honour'd Queen; God of Nations]
Programme of grand entertainment given by A Lorie & Co. to their friends in the new Agricultural Building, Dunedin, June 28 1897 to commemorate the record reign of Her Most Gracious Majesty Queen Victoria. Programme
Quantity: 11 colour photo-mechanical print(s).
Physical Description: Engravings, offset prints, etc, sizes varying up to 240 mm.
Provenance: Items donated by the Hurley family, Norman Brayshaw, Harcourt & Company, P Dobson, and Mr R A Hickson.
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- 11 colour photo-mechanical print(s), Ephemera, Engravings, Offset photomechanical prints, Engravings, offset prints, etc, sizes varying up to 240 mm.
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