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AGMANZ News Volume 4 Number 3 August 1973Download PDF
AGMANZ News Volume 4 Number 3 August 1973
Note: Page numbers in PDF start from 42.
Contents (pg. 42)
Te Winika for Waikato Art Museum
Association news: Government grant for art galleries and museums; Overseas visitor
New Zealand news: Auckland Institute and Museum, Director’s Tour of Overseas Museums, 1972; Report of a visit to U.S.A. / D.P. Millar; Auckland City Art Gallery, Picasso: Master Printmaker; The Watercolours of Alfred Sharpe; New bronze sculpture “Sappho”; Contract signed for new Canterbury wing; Mr. Rigby Allan to retire; Local authorities to be asked for more; Grants in Taranaki; Subsidy sssistance for Canterbury Museum; Calling of tenders in Hawkes Bay; Need for new art gallery in Christchurch; Rare Honour for Dr. A.W.B. Powell; Manawatu Museum Society, Palmerston North; Education officer appointed at Gisborne; Staff news; Death of Mr. S.B. Maclennan; Otago finances improved; Position available; Valuable document storage causes concern; Canterbury Museum’s Graphics; Maori part in Patea Museum; Increase in Whangarei museum visitors; Who you should know - Professor K.W. Thompson; Therese B. Wilson; J.B. Young; Auckland War Memorial Museum; Contribution; Local Authority contributions;Stone building for district museum; N.Z. Archaeological Association; Museum planned for Ngaruawhia; Army Museum to be built at Waiouru; National Museum, Wellington; Auckland Institute and Museum from Annual Report 1972-73; Museum touring exhibitions: A basis for discussion; Hocken Library, University of Otago; John Buckland Wright engravings; Gift of surgical instruments; Move to establish museums in Te Aroha; Scandinavian help possible for Antarctic Wing; Future museum for Levin?