Volume 23, issue 1 (May 2017)

Michael Kelly’s editorial discusses the limited services and communication from the National Library and Archives New Zealand’s Wellington repositories following the November 2016 Kaikoura earthquake.

Inside the issue are articles from: Jewell Dell with research tips for the visually impaired; Marguerite Hill discusses Auckland War Memorial Museum developments; Rasheeda Woolford explains how to access Treaty Settlement information through Auckland Council’s Geomaps; James Jacobs talks about ‘Buildings as evidence in historical research’; and John E Martin reflects on writing a history of the Royal Society.

Kelly’s regular heritage column looks at archaeological and Resource Management Act issues, there is ‘News from the North’ and new members, Murray Hill and Philippa Werry, are profiled.

Read this issue: Phanzine May 2017.