A history of the Post Office in New Zealand; Robinson, Howard, 1885-; 1964; 2014...

Name/Title

A history of the Post Office in New Zealand

Maker

Robinson, Howard, 1885-

Maker Role

Author

About this object

Contents: Background (In Britain -- In New Zealand) -- Beginnings : the Bay of Islands -- Growing pains -- The mother country takes over -- The Post Office under Governor Grey -- Transition -- A reorganised Post Office -- The provinces joined by steam -- Mails cross the Pacific -- A "go-ahead" Post Office, 1860-80 -- Mail carriage overseas, 1870-1900 -- Telegraphs & cables, 1862-1900 -- Broadening the services, 1891-1901 -- Beginning the twentieth century -- The Post Office & the First World War -- Two decades of peace, 1919-39 -- Transforming communications, 1919-39 -- Mails by sea, land & air, 1919-39 -- The Second World War -- The present Post Office.

Date Made

1964

Publisher

Wilson & Horton

Publication Place

Auckland

Subject and Association Keywords

Postal service -- New Zealand

Subject and Association Keywords

Postal service -- New Zealand -- History

Subject and Association Keywords

Post offices Postal service

Named Collection

Thomas & Bridget Gallagher Library

Object Type

Book

Object number

2014.2.0649

Spine Label

383 ROB

Rights

Attribution - Non-commercial (cc) Attribution - Non-commercial (cc)

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