Alexander Heritage And Research Library Whanganui

Alexander Heritage And Research Library Whanganui

Nationally-renowned Wanganui Collection

Sixteen years in the planning, Wanganui’s long-awaited Alexander Heritage And Research Library was opened on 28 June 1933, funded in most part by the generous gift of Miss E Alexander in memory of her late father Mr James Alexander.

The library has a variety of archive types, such as Voluntary group archives, clubs, societies, Business archives, Art and literature, Military records, Personal papers and Māori archives. The Library is open to the public. Prior arrangement for groups is appreciated and some free parking is available.

Alexander Heritage And Research Library

Alexander Heritage And Research Library
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    Deco Style

    Acclaimed as ‘a building worthy of the fifth City of the Dominion’.

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    Our Own Historian

    Cecil Lovegrove was a military historian who lived in Whanganui. Find out about his collections dating back to the First World War.

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    Ancestry.com

    Free access to search out your history!

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62 Ridgway Street, Whanganui, New Zealand

Weekdays: 10:00am to 5:00pm

(06) 349 3201
Discover at your own pace
Free!
No Dogs, Parking Available, Art, No Smoking, Toilets, Wifi Available, Disabled Access, Family Friendly

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