Probate of Turnbull

Probate of Turnbull

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On 13 July 1920, the New Zealand government accepted the bequest from Alexander Horsburgh Turnbull to maintain and provide access to his vast collection of books, pamphlets, engravings and manuscripts. The collection was initially housed in Bowen house opposite the Parliament buildings but is today found in the National Library of New Zealand, M...


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