MOTAT Fun: Search our collection by colour!

MOTAT Fun: Search our collection by colour!

Discover the MOTAT collection by searching by colour, found on the Collections Online homepage! We've got you started by selecting a few objects tagged with green - everything from 'khaki' to 'sea green'.

Glass plate and lantern slide negatives

Glass plate and lantern slide negatives

A selection of glass plate and lantern slide negatives digitised by the Walsh Memorial Library, showing Aotearoa in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Selection of Cliff Tait photographs

Selection of Cliff Tait photographs

A selection of photographs from the Cliff Tait Collection. Depicting various aspects of Tait's solo flight around the world on the Airtourer - 'Miss Jacy'.

Richard Croker Collection

Richard Croker Collection

A selection of collection of colour renderings and reports created for the Auckland Rapid Transit project (1973-1976) from the Richard Croker Collection.

HirstLens NZ Ltd

HirstLens NZ Ltd

Donation by TechLab NZ Ltd of first and second generation HirstLens NZ equipment with accompanying archive showing examples of business records, marketing ephemera and pictorial items.

Auckland Airport Donation

Auckland Airport Donation

A collection of manuscript, ephemera, pictorial and object items relating to Jean Batten and the management and flight of the Percival Gull aircraft. The collection includes original engine log books, aircraft log books, and 'Form 700' records which evidence the history of the aircraft when it was registered as G-ADPR and AX866; log books issued by the Civil Aviation Authority of New Zealand with aircraft registration ZK-DPR; photographs of Jean Batten in Naples; instructional documents related to the aircraft; ownership transfer and management documentation; a scrapbook relating to the return of Percival Gull G-ADPR, a flying cap worn by Jean Batten and flight instruments.

Aviation Posters

Aviation Posters

A series of posters advertising flights from New Zealand

Celebrating International Nurses Day

Celebrating International Nurses Day

All around the world, 12 May is the day to celebrate the irreplaceable contribution nursing makes to the world’s health and wellbeing and to commemorate the birth of Florence Nightingale, the founder of modern nursing. The role of nurses has never been more vital. Essential front-line workers in the response to the COVID-19 pandemic, nurses are playing extremely important roles both locally and globally.