- Stagg, Geoffrey Troughear, 1913-1971
The papers comprise four of Captain Stagg's personal files, covering his service with the New Zealand Defence Force 1932-1936, and his service with the Royal New Zealand Artillery while stationed overseas and at Fort Dorset in Wellington 1939-1955. An unnumbered file labelled 'Schedules of stores and baggage loaded for TSS Captain Cook' contains a plan of the vessel. The rest of the papers in the file relate to the Wellington Artillery Officers' Mess Inc and the New Zealand Permanent Force Old Comrades' Associaton.
Also included are copies of charts and tables relating to the mounting of a Guard at Buckingham Palace and Tower of London (1964), and a family tree of 1, 2, 3, and 4 Armoured Regiments.
There is also a folder relating to the introduction of decimal coinage in New Zealand and one relating to Captain Stagg's private correspondence with several government departments.
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Captain Geoffrey Stagg, a career army officer, was an internationally recognised authority on New Zealand medals. He was also Honorary Curator of Medals at the then Dominion Museum, president of the Royal Numismatic Society of New Zealand and represented the Society on the Decimal Coinage Committee, set up in 1957.
Quantity: 8 folder(s). 0.20 Linear Metres.
Physical Description: Mss, typescripts, printed matter
Provenance: Captain Stagg's papers upon his death in 1971 passed to a fellow member of the Royal Numismatic Society of New Zealand, Phillip O'Shea.
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- 8 folder(s), 0.20 Linear Metres, Business correspondence, Personnel records, Fliers (Printed matter), Research notes, Essays, Manuscripts, Mss, typescripts, printed matter
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