[Loose documents per Captain John Hamilton Malcolm relating to aviation and museums]
Maker and role
John Hamilton Malcolm, Compiler
(1) Set of photographs showing a visit to MOTAT, visitors unidentified. Captain Malcolm and Sir Dove-Meyer Robinson have be identified in several photographs, circa 1970s.
(2) Two invitations to Captain Malcolm and his wife for a reception to meet Captain Euan Dickson and Mrs. Dickson at the White Heron Lodge on the 25th of August 1970. In honour of the 50th anniversary of the first crossing of the Cook Strait by air in an Avro 504K by Dickson on the 25th of August 1920.
(3) A South Pacific Airlines of New Zealand Ltd. [luggage?] label for flight 307.
(4) An invitation to the open house and dedication of the Mid-America Center Museum on 22 April 1979 in Arkansas. Invitation not addressed.
(5) Blank Amphibian Airways Ltd. flight ticket (unknown date)
(6) South Pacific Airlines of New Zealand Limited (SPANZ) compliments slip from Captain R. D. Daniell, General Manager (unknown date).
(7) Programme (including menu) for the 30th anniversary commemoration dinner for the Society of Licensed Aircraft Engineers and Technologists (NZ inc.) held at the Colonial Arms Restaurant (previously located in MOTAT's Cropper House building) on the 23 June 1979.
(8) Art Galleries and Museums Association of New Zealand (Inc) conference name tag for Malcolm representing MOTAT. Tag has annotations with figures relating to income about other institutions on verso. n.d.
(9) Membership certificate for MOTAT to Malcolm for free entry for the year 1966.
(10) Shopping guide for Auckland, November 1965. Unknown maker. Advertising throughout.
(11) Brochure on the development of Ferrymead Historic Park and Museum of Science and Industry. Annotated envelope with income figure attached to brochure.
(12) Souvenir ticket for the Queen Elizabeth Park Tramway in Paekakariki operated by the Wellington Tramway Museum, Inc.
(13) Brochure on the Wanganui Public Museum (n.d., circa 1960s/1970s)
(14) Brochure on the exhibition 'Early Auckland Illustrated" at Auckland War Memorial Museum (1969)
(15) Four pages of loose notes containing a timeline of information about funding and grants. For unknown institution, [MOTAT?]. Tope of page also includes a note about Pioneer museum of Pukekohe.
(16) Pledge to Lionism written on the back of a NZ Foundation for the Blind Braille week appeal card.
(17) Hand-written notes about pioneer settlement at Swan Hill, Victoria, Australia.
(18) Green card with "Museum Official" printed on it.