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Esther Mary White
Esther White, 1883-1959, was a Quaker philanthropist who, as the wife of Theodore Rigg[sitetree_link,id=702], settled in Nelson. Esther grew up in a Quaker family in the United States of America....Read more about "Esther Mary White"...
Theodore Rigg and World War One
Theodore Rigg (KBE, 1888-1972) was highly regarded as Director of the Cawthron Institute in Nelson from 1934-1956. During World War One, as a Quaker, he devoted himself to philanthropic...Read more about "Theodore Rigg and World War One"...
Taonga Pūoro or Singing Treasures
The first Polynesian settlers in Aotearoa were greeted by a noisy soundscape and a plethora of new materials for making musical instruments. Centuries later, the botanist Joseph Banks[http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/1966/banks-sir-joseph] described the...Read more about " Taonga Pūoro or Singing Treasures"...
Supporting our Boys During World War 1, the good folk of Nelson came up with many ideas related to something they did well - growing things - to raise...Read more about "Apple Day "...
Trask Memorial Gates Queens Gardens
Francis Reuben Trask (1840 – 5 April 1910) was a 20th-century Member of the Legislative Council from Nelson[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nelson,_New_Zealand], New Zealand and Mayor of Nelson[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mayor_of_Nelson,_New_Zealand]. He also served on the Nelson Harbour...Read more about "Trask Memorial Gates Queens Gardens"...
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