Manuscripts, Tikokino Country Women's Institute

Production date
1997

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Collection of manuscripts related to the Tikokino Country Women's Institute (CWI):

a) Envelope with a handwritten note listing people who did not attend an unspecified event. There is also a list of people who didn’t sign the visitor book. It is likely that the note was made in connection with a luncheon held by the Tikokino Country Women's Institute on 1 May 1997 to mark the organisation’s 70th birthday.

b) Manuscript, guest list. The document was likely made in connection with a luncheon held by the Tikokino Country Women's Institute on 1 May 1997 to mark the organisation’s 70th birthday.

c) Programme for a luncheon held by the Tikokino Country Women's Institute on 1 May 1997 to mark the organisation’s 70th birthday. Two copies.

d) Invitation to a luncheon held by the Tikokino Country Women's Institute on 1 May 1997 to mark the organisation’s 70th birthday. Two copies.

e) List, possibly created in connection to a fashion parade with the theme Where Have All the Styles Gone that was held by the Tikokino Country Women's Institute in association with its 70th birthday.

f) Quote to Maxine from Craison Caterers, dated 6 November 1996. The quote regards a luncheon held by the Tikokino Country Women's Institute on 1 May 1997 to mark the organisation’s 70th birthday. A list of names is handwritten on the back.

g) Programme for a luncheon held by the Tikokino Country Women's Institute on 7 May 1987 to mark the organisation’s 60th Anniversary.

h) Manuscript, untitled. The handwritten manuscript provides an overview of the history of the Tikokino Country Women's Institute. Among the topics covered are the formation of the Tikokino branch, its first meeting, inaugural members, contributions made to the local community, activities and events, and competitions. The author is unidentified. It appears to have been written around 1976.

i) Manuscript, titled: Tikokino CWI Diamond Jubilee 1927-1987. The handwritten manuscript provides an overview of the history of the Tikokino Country Women's Institute. Among the topics covered are the formation of the Tikokino branch, contributions made to the local community, activities and events, and competitions. The author is unidentified.

j) List of names. Possibly a guest list. Undated.

k) List of names and addresses. The document is likely a guest list created in association with an anniversary of the Tikokino Country Women's Institute. Undated.

l) List, titled: Deceased. The list likely refers to members of the Tikokino Country Women's Institute. Undated, possibly 1997.

m) List, titled: 70th Birthday. The document was likely made in connection with a luncheon held by the Tikokino Country Women's Institute on 1 May 1997 to mark the organisation’s 70th birthday. The list outlines aspects of the event that required preparation, such as the photographer, drinks, and the cake.

n) List, untitled. The document appears to have been created as part of the planning of an event. Undated.

o) List, titled: Tikokino CWI Roll. The list identifies the names of people who were members of the Tikokino Country Women's Institute between 1927 and 1997. Each name is accompanied by a date, likely the date that they joined.

p) List of names and addresses. The document is likely a guest list created in association with an anniversary of the Tikokino Country Women's Institute. Undated.

q) Newspaper cutting, titled: CWI Reports. The article discusses a luncheon held by the Tikokino Country Women's Institute on 1 May 1997 to mark the organisation’s 70th birthday. The cutting was sourced from the Central Hawke’s Bay Mail, 17 June 1997, page 14.

r) Report, titled: Tikokino Country Women's Institute, Report of 70th Birthday Celebrations. The report discusses a luncheon held by the Tikokino Country Women's Institute on 1 May 1997 to mark the organisation’s 70th birthday.

s) Report of the 70th Birthday Celebration of the Tikokino Country Women's Institute. The report discusses a luncheon held by the Tikokino Country Women's Institute on 1 May 1997 to mark the organisation’s 70th birthday.

t) Speech regarding the history of the Tikokino Country Women's Institute, possibly given at a luncheon held by the Tikokino Country Women's Institute on 1 May 1997 to mark the organisation’s 70th birthday. A programme for this event and a list of duties is attached to the end of the speech.

u) Booklet, titled: New Zealand Women’s Institutes: A Goodly Thing 1921-1946. The booklet discusses the first 25 years of New Zealand Women’s Institutes and includes an introduction by Anna Elizabeth Jerome Spencer. It was printed by Lankshear Printing Company Limited, Wellington, possibly in 1946.
Production technique
Media/Materials description
Handwritten in ink on paper; typed in ink on paper; printed in ink on card; printed in ink on newsprint.
Measurements
Largest item: Height x Width: 335 x 210mm
Subject date
1927-1997
Credit line
gifted by E M Lancaster
Other number(s)
m2000/4/56, 87489

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