Volume 9, issue 2 (August 2003)

In the editorial, PHANZA President David Young addresses the organisation’s involvement in the building of the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior for the National War Memorial. Michael Kelly then discusses this issue in further detail as well as mentioning decisions that might impact on a collection of post-Depression state houses in Hamilton, known as Hayes Paddock. Rebecca O’Brien then discusses the New Zealand Historic Places Trust’s pilot registration project.

Other articles include an interview with ‘hobby historian’ Gordon Ogilvie, a review of the Waimate Museum and the New Zealand Cricket Museum, a discussion of histories currently available on television and CD-Rom, and the announcement of  a ‘Think Tank’ on Cultural Heritage Landscapes. There are also updates on current Committee work and funding opportunities.

Read this issue: Phanzine August 2003