Appointment in Crete: The Story of a British Agent
Rendel, A. M.
Native Crabs. Nature in New Zealand.
Dell, R. K.
Te Takoto o te Whenua o Hauraki: Hauraki Landmarks
Turoa, Taimoana; edited and additional material by Te Ahukaramu Charles Royal
AA Concise Dictionary of New Zealand Place Names
Historical Racing Records and Inauguration of the Racing and Trotting Clubs in Otago and Southland
Saunders, W. A.
Nga Tupuna o Te Whanganui-a-Tara
The Way of a Hunter
Ta Moko: The Art of Maori Tattoo
Simmons, D. R.
The Fourth Reich
The Knife Behind the Curtain: Tales of Secret Service and Crime
The White Lady
First Lessons in Maori
Williams, W. L. & H. W. Williams; revised by W. W. Bird
The Steepest Mountain: N.Z. Andes Expedition, 1960
Warburton, Lloyd E.
Forest Lore of the Maori: with Methods of Snaring, Trapping, and Preserving Birds and Rats, Uses of Berries, Roots, Fern-Root, and Forest Products, with Mythological Notes on Origins, Karakia Used Etc.
Pukunui the Astronaut
written and illustrated by James Waerea & Pat Hohepa
Griffith John of Hankow
The Mathematical Theory of Relativity
Eddington, A. S.
Chronicles of the N.Z.E.F.: Records of Matters Concerning the Troops
Mackenzie, Clutha (Trooper) (editor)
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Galley Proofs for "Something Nothing"; Hone Tuwhare's fourth collection of poetry.
|Ko Te Paipera Tapu Ara, Ko Te Kawenata Tawhito Me Te Kawenata Hou [First complete Maori Bible].
The Art Album of New Zealand Flora.
Featon, E. H. (Mr and Mrs) [Sarah]
Asiatick Researches: Or, Transactions of the Society, Insituted in Bengal, for Inquiring into the History and Antiquities, the Arts, Sciences, and Literature, of Asia. Volume the Second.
Jones, William (Sir ) (ed.); other contributors include Charles Wilkins, Henry Vansittart, Samuel Davis, William Roxburgh
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