Imelda Bargas’ editorial outlines the benefits of PHANZA membership, while Geoff Rice talks about his new book All Fall Down.
Bronwyn Dalley laments the passing of the magazine Heritage Matters, and Ewan Morris discusses PHANZA’s submission concerning the retention of court records.
Gavin McLean reminisces about being a guest speaker on a cruise ship, while Michael Kelly turns a critical eye to conservation planning for heritage buildings in the wake of the Canterbury earthquakes.
David Verran’s column on Auckland outlines local newspapers newly available on Papers Past, and Neill Atkinson gives an overview of the First World War centenary history programme.
The issue closes with an introduction to the resources available at the Western Pacific Archives.
Read this issue: Phanzine August 2012