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Geoffrey Alley, Librarian: His Life & Work

List of Illustrations

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List of Illustrations

After page 224:

  • Clara Alley (née Buckingham) wife of Frederick Alley.
  • Frederick Alley's farm, near Lumsden, which he bought in 1905-6.
  • Geoffrey T. Alley, South Island rugby rep 1926 and 1927.
  • G.T. Alley, All Black 1926 and 1928.
  • Clara Alley in 1930.
  • Euphan Jamieson in 1923, who married Geoffrey Alley in 1930.
  • James Shelley, Professor of Education at Canterbury College.
  • The WEA Library car with Professor J. Shelley, G.T. Alley, G. Worthington, and Joan Osborne, Christchurch, March 1930.
  • John Barr, Auckland City Librarian, 1913-1952.
  • T.D.H. Hall, Clerk of the House of Representatives 1930-1945.
  • Alister D. McIntosh, the librarian who became a notable public servant.
  • Peter Fraser, Minister of Education when the Country Library Service was established.
  • Official inauguration of the Country Library Service, May 1938.
  • CLS van on the road, 1948. Evelyn Franklin is the field librarian.
  • Country Library Service staff in 1940.
  • Euphan and Geoffrey Alley in the early 1960s.
  • Clara Alley in 1952, shortly before she died.
  • Euphan Alley in 1956.
  • Ebdentown Road.
  • Geoffrey T. Alley, Director, National Library Service.
  • Mary P. Parsons, Director, Library School, 1945-1947.
  • A. Graham Bagnall, Chief Librarian, Alexander Turnbull Library.
  • W. John Harris, Librarian, University of Otago, 1935-1948.
  • Clifford W. Collins, Librarian, University of Canterbury.
  • Archibald G.W. Dunningham, Dunedin City Librarian, 1933-1960.
  • J.K. Hunn, author of the report, 'Proposed National Library', 1956.
  • C. Stuart Perry, Wellington City Librarian, 1946-1973.
  • The Hon. T.P. Shand, minister in charge of the state services in the lead-up to the National Library Act 1965.page break
  • Houses in Sydney Street East, Wellington, home of the headquarters of the National Library Service.
  • Working conditions in the National Library Service, Wellington, in the 1950s.
  • The first architectural concept for a National Library building, in Hill
  • Street, displayed by government architect F.G.F. Sheppard to Sir John Ilott and G.T. Alley.
  • A 1960 model Cls van in Wingfield Street in 1969.
  • Committee of Officers, National Library of New Zealand, 1967.
  • Committee of Officers, National Library of New Zealand, after the implementation of the act in April 1966.
  • Geoffrey Alley cuts the cake at a social function at the National Library.
  • Paradise subdivided. 'Alley's Way' today, where Geoffrey and Euphan had their home in Ebdentown Road.
  • Molesworth Street 2006: The building housing the National Library of New Zealand.