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*Elma Frances Turner, M.B.E, 1904-1991* Elma Turner, known as ‘Tilly’ to close friends and family, moved to Nelson from Palmerston North when she was appointed as a geography teacher...Read more about "Elma Turner"...
A unique and inspirational institution, Bishopdale Theological College is the only college of its kind to ever exist in provincial New Zealand. Its evangelical convictions have remained true and...Read more about "Bishopdale College"...
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"...
The Prow Newsletter, Issue 8, Winter 2012 Korero from the Prow. In this issue: Art and curriculum objectivesProw revampAbel Tasman story revisedOf floods and a dolphinWish list revised Download...Read more about "Newsletter Issue 8"...
A true Nelsonian Florence Knight died in Nelson in 1973. In this affectionate tribute her great nephew Robin Knight, an international journalist for more than 30 years, describes her...Read more about "Florence Knight"...
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