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NEW ZEALAND POSTCARD SOCIETY INDEX 1983 TO 2013

NEW ZEALAND POSTCARD SOCIETY
INDEX 1983 TO APRIL 2016

Edited by Chris Rabey
NOTES ASCRIBING TO THE FOLLOWING INDEX

The Pillar’s current numbering sequence commenced in March 1993.  Prior to this date, there were six numbered editions from the Society’s  inception in 1983, then for an eight year period the Pillars, or Newsletters, were seen very infrequently, none were numbered, and in some cases only notes were added to a Society auction. In the early 1990’s the Society’s membership was so low the Committee had seriously considered shutting up shop. The serious decline was attributed to the non appearance of the Pillar. At that point, the then Secretary, Chris Rabey, and the Publicity Officer, Patricia Anderson, got together and decided to revitalise the Pillar on a monthly basis. This commenced early in 1993, Patricia then took sole responsibility as Editor, and membership slowly picked up again. In the ensuing years Brian McClintock, the late Ian Cameron, Bill Main,
and now Jeff Long & Laurence Eagle have all brought the Pillar to the very high standard of publication we enjoy now. We thank all these people for getting the Society back on track to the
level we see it today.
This Index covers every Pillar and Newsletter that has been printed. When referring to the early numbered editions, produced by our founders Geoff Potts & John Parnell, I am putting the references as No 1Old, p2. With the ‘mishmash’ of editions published from 1985 to 1992, the reference will be by month and year, or in some cases, year only. Pillar No 25 does not have a Number, it has Greenpeace on the cover. Copies of the original sets are available from the Secretary, including a Monograph called “How to price old Picture Postcards”, put out in 1983. The Pillars during the 1986-1992 period were referred simply as ‘Newsletters’, and in some cases didn’t even have a title. Please excuse any hiccups that may occur with the indexing of the Pillars. Some of the more interesting articles from early editions may be brought up to date and reprinted. For the bumper Issue No 100, there are stories reprinted from older Pillars, these will be marked with an asterisk * in Issue 100.

INDEX  A - Z
Issue Number Page Number(s)
A
A Gentleman’s Collection, a book of nude postcards 52 14-15
A. S Paterson & Co, the history of 77 4-5
85 4
Acetate, the benefits of No.3 Old 3
Actresses on postcards August 1991
Advertising cards, early Christchurch examples of 94 23-26
Advertising in the Pillar, by members for members 44 12
All Issues 20
Air Classique 82 18-21
 - by Air Classique Postcards 77 23
Air New Zealand 82 1,7
99 15-17
Aircraft, first aeroplane to Nelson in 1923, postcards of 44 1
Albert Park, Auckland, 'Fisher Maiden' memorial - article by Diane McKoy 110 15-16
Album for sale by Geoff Potts No.5 Old 10
Alcohol Themed Cards 27 11
Aldersley, David J
 - overseas photography 32 6
 - examples of postcard photography 36 12
 - Aldersley, David J 76 1-9
 - Aldersley, David J 75 7-9
 - Greetings Cards 77 15
 - profile by Walter Kramarski 75 4-9
Alley, Rewi, Postcard from China 96 18,20
Aluminium Carda - 88 18
94 5-7
96 4
98 5
Alva Studio, postcard suppliers at Christchurch Exhibition 1906-07 50 8
Amateur Cards by special needs children 27 4
Amazing Maze ‘n Maize, Hastings 88 9-10
Anatomy of a Postcard July 1989
Anderson, Patricia, editor of present early issues Nos. 1-32
Cartoons by Don (relative) Nos. 1-5, 8-11
Angell, W; Johnsonville grocer 79 11
Annual General Meeting – first Club, Palmerston North No.6 Old 2-3
 - 1987 at Hamilton Early 1987
 - Christchurch 1988 1988
 - Auckland, notice of, July 1990
 - Review of, by member A. Robb 33 10
 - Christchurch 1997 37 3-5
 - Reviews of all, each year subsequent Various
Antarctic Postcards, Captain Scott’s 1901-1904 Expedition 46 12
Shades Stamp Shop offer 87 21
Anzac Day - article by Robert Duns 108 30
Anzacs and Armed Services Rugby - by Brian G. Vincent 108 24
Anzacs at War, postcards produced for, 56 7-9
Anzacs at War - article by Alan Jackson 104 5-14
Anzacs at War, correction to article PP 104
April Fool’s Day, French origins 2 5
Approvals from Dealers 39 16
Argent Archer, UK photographer on Coronation Tour 94 5-6
Aristophot Flag Cards 87 13,14
Arndt, Mina, New Zealand Artist, postcards of 63 19
79 24
Art Deco Postcards, article by William Main 102 10-21
Art Nouveau, Postcards of the era 41 15,16
Art Postcards, Collecting in NZ of 83 15-21
Arthur’s Pass, Coaching days on cards August 1991
Arthur’s Point Bridges 86 15
Artist Drawn cards in Colour 63 1,20
64 1
Association of Women Artists, International Postcard Exhibition 30 11
Atkinson, Bernard, Member profile 68 9
Attwell, Mabel Lucie, postcard illustrator 6 4
Examples of designs 16 3
26 1
71 2
Auckland
 - views of lower Queen Street 20 6
 - views of Wellesley Street 28 11
 - Auckland Exhibition 1913-14 62 3
 - Auckland Exhibition 1913-14 96 5,19
*No.100 72-73
 - Model Training School 78 4
 - Town Hall, various views 81 12-13
Austin & Walsh Postcards, appeared in Cigarette Packets 57 12
Auction
(From the first auction, these have been part of the content pf the Postcard Pillar.
In some early issues, the Pillar only contained an Auction, with some small snippets of news included at the end of the publication. From Issue 45, auctions were included separate to the magazine).
 - Auction News -No2Old,p5&8 No.2 Old 5,8
 - reviews, hints and suggestions -No5Old,p4 No.5 Old 4
 - notice of first Society Auction No.3 Old 1
Early 1987
Sale No 1,report on May 1986
Sale No 2 April 1987
Sales, various 1989 July, Sept.
1990 July
1992 Jan, July. Dec.
Sales, various 2,29,31,35
Auction, Fairview Estate, Karori (Wellington), cards of 46 11
Auctions, guidelines and conditions for 53 13
Auctioneer hints and guidelines 74 16
Avery Anchor brand postcards 77 9
Avery, Thomas, Booksellers of New Plymouth 61 13
81 2
82 2
*No.100 68
Aviation Cards, pioneer airlines 46 3
82 1, 4-9
99 13-17
Awatea, steamer on Transtasman run 70 18
B
Backs, undivided and divided, explanation of No.3 Old 6
Bairnsfather, Bruce, World War I artist drawn cards 57 4
Ballin Bros; Drink manufacturers 62 17
Bamball, Martin, Scenic New Zealand photographer 100 81
Bamforth, Saucy Seaside cards 21 1
 - Song and Hymn Cards 40 7-8
 - visit to factory by William Main 60 3
 - closing of business 2 7
Banana Palms, Waiata Gardens of Auckland 12 18
Band Rotundas on Postcards 83 12-14
Bates, Arthur, Wanganui member and collector 43 4-7
 - profile of 54 13
Bascands, M; Christchurch modern Microtone publisher 100 77
Battle of Trafalgar, 200th Anniversary at Nelson 2005 76 23
Bazaar, Rainbow, for the Missions to Seamen 1908 45 4
Beattie, William, postcard photographer 57 5-11
58 1, 6-12
59 8-13, 18
60 10-13
 - catalogue of views 66 12-15
75 10-11
Beck, Haydn, child prodigy violinist 59 16
Beertown Invercargill, story behind Muir & Moodie postcard of 73 19
Bell, Alan, Hokitika member and collector 2 6
36 1,13
54 13
Benoni White, artist and photographer – rarity of cards produced -No6Old, p5 No.6 Old 5
 - Maori Series 69 1, 12-14
72 6
73 18
Benson, Yvonne, exhibit on Tarawera 94 6
Berry, Kath, member profile 54 13
Bettle, John, Christchurch member and tramway collector 9 4
Bickerton, William, photographer at Trentham Camp 73 14
Big Tree Motor Spirit, advertising cards of 40 15
Big Tree Petroleum, advertising postcards of, and background 73 4-6, 13
77 1, 4-7
80 4
Bijou Art Depot, Dunedin 92 24
Bishop Wood of Melanesia 99 4
Blenpex 2012 Exhibition Awards 97 4
Bock, Amy, habitual criminal June 1991
93 21-25
98 14
Bonzo – background to the character No.5 Old 3
 - postcards in the series 4 1
77 1-5
 - involvement with Big Tree Advertising -No69. p17 69 17
Books on Postcards, availability of 33 5
76 18-19
Book Reviews:
 - A Living Treasure - by Gerard Morris 101 23-27
 - Wreck of the Penguin, many Zak & S C Smith cards 53 14
 - Postmarks, The Way We Were, Early NZ Postcards 1897-1922, L. Haks, C. Dallimore, A. Jackson - review by Jeff Long 108 3-4
 - The Postcard Century by Tom Phillips 55 9
 - Delivering Views: Distant Cultures in Early Postcards, by Geary & Lee-Webb 55 14
 - Muir & Moodie Stamp Cards, by John Watts 56 15
 - Picture Postcards of the Golden Age, by T & V Holt 60 18
 - Auckland before the Harbour Bridge, by Graham Stewart 61 18
 - Facing an Era: Postcard Portraits from a Century Ago, by William Main 74 17
 - Edwardian Wellington by Main, review by Bruce Isted 85 11-13
 - M & M Stamp Cards 85 8
 - Stamp Cards History 55 15
 - Wellington Through a Victorian Lens Revisited, by Main 98 6
 - New Zealand Photography Collected, Athol McCredie - review by William Main 110 4-5
 - NZ Post Offices on cards 85 8
 - Send me a Postcard by William Main 81 7
 - Maori Maidens & Warriors 90 13
 - Real Photo Postcard Guide 80 20,24
Border Negatives for Postcards 65 12-13
*No. 100 55-56
‘Boring Postcards’, examples from members collections 36 3-5
65 18
66 18
Botanic Gardens Wellington, postcards of 10 4-5
 - roses in - article by Donal Duthie 102 30-34
 - summer house, origins of 47 1,3
Boys Institute Garden Fete, Wellington Botanic Gardens 34 7-8
*No. 100 38
Breedon, Frank, tram conductor, tragic death of 71 16-17
Brescians, light opera performers, stage name for the Hayward Bros 100 70
Brighton, William Arthur, Wanganui Chronicle employee 98 25
British Picture Postcard, a history by Alf Hoather 3 6
Brooker, E Alan (EAB), postcard publisher 88 20
Brooklyn (Wellington suburb), history in postcards 39 6-7
*No. 100 43
Brown, E T, photographer in Rhodesia (Zimbabwe) 81 4-5
Brown, Ewing & Co; Dunedin drapers 89 9-10
Brown, R & Son, stationer/photographer 65 4
Browne, Tom, postcard artist 30 1
‘Bubbles’, pre Raphaelite painting by Millars, NZ version 97 5-7
Buckland, Jessie, Akaroa photographer 92 27
Building materials for early villas, description of 75 14-16
Buildings of our past 77 12-14
‘Bulford Kiwi’, chalk emblem on Wiltshire Hills 10 2-3
Bulk purchasing of postcards 89 7-8
Bulletin Cartoonists (UK) Percy Spense, H W Turner, Ben Minns, Norm Lindsay 96 32-34
Bulls (town), modern postcards of 72 18
Burke, Walter, photographer with Harding & Billing 80 2, 18-19
Burridge, Charles, Wairoa photographer 98 31
Burton, Alfred Henry 91 10
Burton Bros; -invoice from 69 19
Burton Bros;- Pacific Islands Trips - article by Mike Cooke 102 28
 - background and history of 70 12
98 32
 - in Tonga 99 6
Butter Industry in New Zealand 79 18-19
78 23
C
Cadbury Promotional Cards 6 7
Café Continental, Sumner Christchurch, Ridley - article by Robert Duns 103 10-13
Cameron, Ian, new editor of the Pillar 44 2
Ponting photographs of, 58 19
Cameron, J J, photographer 50 4
Camp Silhouette Series (Wartime) 9 1
Canterbury Postcards of Muir & Moodie, undivided backs 92 7-17
Captain Cook Memorial in Ship Cove 58 4
Captured German flag in Samoa 1914 98 33
Card Clubs, United Kingdom & USA No.3 Old 10
Card Protection, poly sleeves No.5 Old 8
Cardlines, Cartophilic Society Newsletter 75 17
Cards, acid free August 1991
Cards for identification 14 3
Cards in Auction, illustrations of, Feb. 1986
Cards smaller then postcard size 78 15
Carlernco Border Negatives 99 12
Carman, H G; Eltham photographer and publisher 73 2, 7-8
74 8-9
Carr, W; George Grey statue photographer 81 1, 12-13
Carte de Viste Cards 87 5-6
Carterton Railway Station 13 1
Cartoons, cards depicting, 53 16
56 10
Cartophilic Card Scene, dealers and collectors 63 3-4
Cartophilic Society of Australia No.3 Old 7
Cartophilic Society of New Zealand 63 3-4
Cartophilic & Postcard Societies amalgamation proposal 77 22
Cartwright, C E, pictorial photographer 83 17
Cartwrights, publishers in Hamilton 80 22-23
Catalogue, interest in a New Zealand Postcard, March 1989
Catalogue of Postcards of Wellington 1900-1969 85 14
Centenary of Post Office Stationery, reproduction cards of, 27 9
Centennial Exhibition Postcards, article by William Main 102 13-15
memories of - by Trev Terry 103 13
Centennial Stamp Show Brisbane 2001, NZ members in, 57 13
Chance, George, pictorial photographer 83 16
96 22-24
Change from monthly to bi-monthly Pillars 20 2
Charlie Chaplin on Postcards 37 11-12
‘Charlie’, hermit on Thorndon Beach 72 5
Chas Lilley Annual Memorial Award 92 2
93 2
Chatham Island card, rare wedding scene May 1986
Chatham Island Series, cards and catalogue of, 13 1
68 8
limited edition photo sets of Norman Kirk 75 19
Christchurch city views on postcards 94 15-16
Christchurch Exhibition 1906-07 – Nelson Victory Stall 48 3
 - postcards of, 60 6-7
Christchurch Exhibition 1906-07 – postcards of, 61 4-5
 - list of postcard stall holders 60 6
 - photographers and scenes 63 5-7, 14
64 5-7
88 7
 - gold medals awarded 60 7
 - interior views showing Vending Machines 69 2
 - cards produced for, 61 5-8
62 5-9
Christchurch Tramway Company, map and route of, 95 16-24
Christmas Post Cards No.2 Old 3
33 7
39 1
Chromo – Lithographic Cards – American No.3 Old 8
 - description of No.4 Old 2-3
53 10
Cigarette Card Collecting on Postcards - article by Bruce Isted 103 14-17
 - comment on card, Greenwich (GMT) time 105 33
Clare, Ian, photographs at Auckland Fair Dec. 1990
Classic Stamps, advertising in Pillar No.44 Supplt.
Postcard direct sale No. 50 Supplt.
Classifieds No.1 Old 5
No.5 Old 10
Clocks, Table, collections of, 61 17
Clothing apparel of the 1900’s, shown on postcards 46 9
Club Library No.2 Old 4
Coaling on a Japanese ship, view of, 37 13
Codes and Secret Messages No.4 Old 6
43 12
Coles, Yvonne 9 6
82 22
President 1994-96 21 3
President’s Report 25 3
Newspaper report on collection of, 25 11
Collecting, specialized No.3 Old 6
Collotype and chromolithographic processes, differences in, 66 18
72 5-6
Colour, trial use in Pillar of, No.61 Supplt.
Colour Centre Pages of the Pillar, first issue of, 77
Colour Chrome Postcards 61 15
Modern card publishers for Felicity Card Co; 100 77
Colourview Postcards 61 15
64 14-15
*No. 100 77, 85
Combie, George Pye, 1882-1917 , Photographer - article by William Main 106 22-26
Commissioner of Crown Lands Earthquake Card 1929 92 17
Committee members, names of, August 1987
Subqt. issues
Committee 2010, photo of, 100 4
Competition, identification of a unique card No.6 Old 8
Pre AGM May 1986
Competitive collecting, preparing an exhibit 30 7
Sample of judging form for, 30 6
Complaint about a dealer, from the President 32 5
Response re above 33 11
Conical Hill, Hanmer Springs cards 77 11
Connell, Nigel, Eltham photographer 74 2, 8
Contour Creative Studios, producers of computer graphic cards 75 19
76 11
80 15-21
Convention venue suggestions 76 20
Convention 2006, Dunedin, preliminaries, 75 17
Coode, Sir John, English engineer 92 20-22
Cook Islands early postcards 98 27-28
Copyright, relating to postcards 60 4-5
Corinthic, ship carrying Katherine Mansfield in 1906 46 4
Cornwall Park, Auckland, history of, 37 1-2
Coromandel History, new website of, 89 22
Coronation Tour of England 1911-12 94 5-6
Coulls, Somerville Wilkie 100 78, 82
Country Fair Day at Nelson, F N Jones cards 49 4
Cowdrell, Joseph, Whangarei photographer 48 5-7
Cowley, Herb, member profile 58 16
Coxhead, Frank A; Dunedin photographer 100 57
Coyne, Jenny 55 13
C P S Centennial Stamp & Postcard Exhibition 94 2
Craig, D & Co;, Christchurch Postcard Dealer & Depot 76 16-17
92 13
96 20
Crawford, Simon, FGR Collector 39 13
Creative profile, NZ Freeland publishers 95 11-14
62 1-2, 17
68 17
Cromwell postcard views 86 7-8
Croydon International Airport in England 61 3
Cynicus (real name Martin Anderson), Greymouth sketches 32 5
 - profile of, 53 8-9
Comic Cards 98 11
Cards of Wanganui -No93 93 11-18
Artist postcards of NZ 89 13-16
D
Daff, Miss Lily A; bird watercolour artist 72 2
74 3
Daily Mail, Official War postcards - article by jeff Briggs 107 26-42
 - part 2, includes a list 110 24-27
 - corrections to part 1 109 22
Damage to cards 25 9
Views and suggestions 28 3
Dare, Phyllis & Zena, Picture Postcard Queens 32 10-11
Davies, G H, Queenstown photographer 68 6-8
Dawson Printing Co; producer of Postcard Albums 82 22-23
De Maus, David, prolific Dunedin photographer 45 5-6
De Tourret, Ernest, photograph/postcard publisher 21 5
 - advertisement, and coaching cards 21 5
40 11
Defeat of Te Kooti, postcard of proclamation 34 13
Deltiology -No1Old, p1 No.1 Old 1
3 1
Dennis, E T W & Sons, London postcard publishers 93 14-15, 17
Denton, Frank J, Wanganui photographer 50 17
83 20
 - studio 72 18
Deserving Postcarder of the Year 94 2
Destination Lake Taupo, freecards of 95 15
Disasters on Postcards – Parliament Buildings Fire 24 3
 - Mission Church before and after Tarawera eruption 25 6-7
 - Dannevirke, Blenheim 51 12
 - Nelson College for Boys 22 6
 - Hamilton Hotel 28 2
Displaying cards at Exhibitions, guidelines 78 16-17
Divided back postcards 85 17-19
Divis, Joseph, mining town photographer 87 3-4
Dolan, Pat, aviation photographer 82 6
99 14-17
Dominion Monarch, story of the ship, by Chas Lilley 59 3
Doodle Bug, V2 bomber in World War 2 77 20
Dow Productions, modern card publishers 100 77
Dredge 'Kaione', Wanganui New Harbour - article by Geoff Potts 109 27-28
Duncan, Frank, postcard publisher, Tanner Bros, connection 31 11
Dunedin Hospital, former 1865 Exhibition building 87 17-18
Dunedin Industrial Exhibition 1865 87 15-18
Dunedin Pictorial Postcard 79 14
Dunedin Railway Station cards 76 22
78 12-13
Dunedin Scene, Muir & Moodie card No.6 Old 7
Dunnage, E, Thames photographer 42 14
97 22
Duthie, Donal, gardener, and collector 10 5
38 7-8
Perseverance in card locations 93 19-20
E
Earliest known Postcard in New Zealand 61 10-14
* No. 100 65-69
Earliest Postcards known, Germany 1890’s 100 65
Early New Zealand Cards, 1900 earliest 28 4
Early postcard 108 5
Easter Postcards 41 1
Eccles, Bert – collector and founding member -May 1986 May 1986
5 5
55 13
 - Devonport Card collection 33 16
 - growing up in Devonport 51 7-9
Eccles, John – Newsletter (Pillar) Editor, brief role as, 1987
 - impressions of London’s Bipex Dec. 1990
 - sale of F G R Collection 22 11
 - move to new premises 99 5
Editor changes, Patricia Anderson/Chris Rabey 1 2
8 2
Editorial, first Postcard Pillar of current series 1 2
Edward VII & Alexandra advertising cards 91 4
92 28-29
Edwardian Album of NZ postcards, the joys of owning - article by William Main 110 6
Edwardian Era, Victoria and Albert Cards 62 10-11
Edwardian Period -postcards of the era 63 19
65 10-11
 - Victorian Villas on cards 75 14-16
 - around Wellington & Auckland 75 10-11
Edwardians at Home 67 10-11
Eighty Thousand Words Ago, looking back at Bill Main’s Pillars 100 13-22
Ellam, William Henry, artist for Raphael Tuck 17 1
Ellerbeck, John, Harry, Charles, Lawrence, photographer brothers 72 12-13
Eltham on Postcards 73 7-8
74 8-9, 19
75 12-13
Embossed Postcards, with framed photo prints - article by William Main 101 36-38
Embroidered Silk Cards 39 3-4
Emmett Cartoon 30 12
Emmett, Harold, example of portrait photography 75 18
Emmett and Peart, photographer 67 16-17
100 88-89
Empire Theatre of Auckland 64 19
Encyclopaedia, glossary of postcard terms
 - How to price old Picture Postcards Monograph 1983
‘Entre Nous’ Postcards in Free Lance 1908 91 6
Erotica in Postcards, comments from Betty Jones 42 4
43 8
Errors on postcard locations 24 2
25 4
Estuary to Esplanade, exhibit of the Sumner coast 95 15-24
Executive Committee, founding members of, No.1-6 Old 1
Exhibiting Postcards, tips and ideas from, 40 3-6
Exhibition – CupPex, Perth -February 1986 Feb. 1986
 - with fair at Hamilton -May ’86, Feb ‘87 May 1986, Feb. 1987
 - Christchurch 1988
 - Cornwall Park School Auckland Dec. 1990
 - Massey University -by Stanley Fraser 105 34
 - New Plymouth August 1991
 - Springpex Hastings August 1992
 - with 10th Anniversary Fair, Wanganui 3 5
 - Wellington 1994 18 2
 - Palmerston North 1996 31 3
 - display of topographicals, Cornwall Park 37 1
 - Christchurch 1997 37 3
 - Tarapex 1998 44 4
 - Philatelic Societies, Auckland 1999 47 1
 - Centennial Stamp Show, Brisbane 2001 53 12
57 13
 - 2001: A Stamp Odyssey, Invercargill 55 8
 - Welpex 2003 Stampshow Supplement Supplt. No.61
65 2,20
 - Hastings Convention 2003 64 18
 - Auckland Convention 2004 66 18
68 16
 - Wellington 2005 71 3
72 19
 - Northpex Philatelic Exhibition, Auckland 71 3
 - New Zealand’s First Stamp and Postcard, 1906-07 37 6
 - Dunedin 2006 75 6
 - Christchurch 2009 87 10-12
 - Palmerston North 2010 90 9-10
 - Tauranga 2011 93 2
 - Richmond 2012 97 1, 3, 25-26
 - Upper Hutt Exhibition 2013, results 101 7
Exhibitors at National Stamp Show Auckland 2005 73 15-16
Exhibitors Corner 84 15
Exposures Postcards 100 23
F
Fair and AGM, Lower Hutt May 1986
Fair and AGM, Founders Park, Nelson, preparation for, July 1989
Comments from, March 1990
Fair and Festival, first Postcard History Club event No.6 Old 2-3
Fair in New Plymouth, AGM in Christchurch same weekend! 1988
Fairies and Pixies cards 22 6
Family Connections on Postcards 32 8
Family History on Postcards 71 5-6
Family Portrait Cards, obese Westwoods of Foxton 65 3
Far North Parliamentary Tour 1917 51 12-13
Farmyard Humour on cards 75 2
Febrery, Mark, obituary of Society member 89 22
Fergusson Taylor, publishers 62 5-7
76 7
F.T Opalette Series, and messages - article by Donal Duthie 105 18-20
Fernleaf Butter Factory, Addington 22 4
23 2
Ferrier, William, Timaru photographer 50 9
Fetes and Carnivals 45 10
Film Archive, Friends of the, 5 6
Film Stars, cards of, 62 9
Filmograph, early attempt at movie pictures 52 10
Financial Report 1994-95 26 10
Fine Art Series of Cards, by Whitcombe & Tombs 67 2, 19
Fire and rebuilding, Nelson College for Boys 22 6
First Air Mail from Nelson to Wellington 51 3
Flora and Fauna cards 65 17
66 1-9
71 4
Floral Clocks on postcards 74 18
Football Bird (shining cuckoo), cards of, 67 6
Forthcoming Fairs 1993 2 4
Fox, Bob and George, Waipukurau to Gallipoli - article by Glen Reddiex 107 5-8
Framed Gem Glosso Series by Tuck 26 9
Frankton Junction, as depicted in postcards - article by J.A.T Terry 101 28-32
Frederick G Radcliffe, complete card listing 76 3
Supplt. No.78
Report from Simon Crawford 78 22
Freecards at Te Papa 98 7
Report from Des Hurley 95 10-14
French Oceanic Settlements (French Polynesia), article by safari 102 9
Frimley Orchards & Canning Factory, Hastings 86 9-10
Fry’s Chocolate postcard 86 1-2
Fulford, Jerry, postcard artist 18 5
Fullwood, A Henry, postcard artist 85 3-5
Fun Cards and Collectables, by Merle Sneddon 45 11
G
Gallipoli Postcards, with monograph W.H, William Huse - article by William Main 110 7-8
Garmonsway, wartime artist 50 16
Gaze, Henry, Hamilton photographer 80 22
G B Scott Publications, Auckland, modern card publishers 100 78, 81-83
General Post Office Wellington, history and early views 77 12-14
85 3-5
Georgie Real Photo postcards 80 1-2
Germany, origin of picture postcards 61 10
Gibbs, Eric, Taihape collector of Servicemen cards No.4 Old 9
Gibson, Charles D; American card artist 36 16
Girl on a Canoe, much used Whanganui River image 43 4-7
Gisborne War Memorial Cenotaph 99 24-25
Gisborne cards of W T Wilson 96 12
Giveaway cards of Creative Profile 68 17
Glaxo factory in Matamata 15 1
16 1
17 3
Globe Battery, Reefton 83 22
Glossary of terms used in Collecting 54 10-12
Gold Dredging in Central Otago 30 5
In Waikaia 99 7-9
Gold Mining cards of Otago 83 23
Goodall, Gladys M, photographer 59 14-15
60 15-17
92 18
96 3
100 77, 86
 - talk at 2002 AGM 60 17
 - book review 64 19
 - selection of 1960’s Coasters 90 11-13
Gordon & Gotch Ltd. 21 5
Gordon & Gotch Lithograph cards 88 7-8
Gordon Real Photo Services 21 5
Government Buildings, 1875-present day, Clayton, architect - article by William Main 110 17-19
Government Building, Blenheim - article by Diane McKoy 102 24-27
Government Life Insurance Post Offices Feb. 1986
8 4
Government Publicity Studio, photograph by Seaward 98 21-22
Graber Postcard Printer, by Kodak 53 11
64 9
Gradwell, Frederick Henry, photographer , list - article by Bill Chrystall and Karen Williams 108 17-20
Graf Zeppelin, unusual postcard 13 2
Grafton Bridge series of views 80 12-13
96 8, 14
Graphic Postal Studio, 1920 picture of, 80 2
Great White Fleet, visit to Auckland 1908 35 3
64 1-2, 18, 20
Greetings Cards 27 1-2
35 16
36 6-8
Gregory, Mike, inventor of ‘fotocard’ 54 14
Griffiths, John E; printer and publisher 73 17
Group meetings, collector swapmeets 23 2-3
29 4
Grubb, T P; photographer for AH & AW Reed 73 2
Guy, photographer for London Bookstall publishers 56 14
Guy Photo, full listing of collection 79 16-17
H
H Limited, London & Glasgow producers of Border Negatives -No98, p10 98 10
Hadfield, Geo & Co; Wellington importers -No85, p18 85 18
Haks, Leo, book on postcards preparation -No90, p7-8, No93, p4 90 7-8
93 4
 - thank you for supplying images for book - by Leo Haks 109 19
Hall, Gary, Greytown collector of shop fronts -No52, p15 52 15
Halloween Postcards, an American tradition 38 14-15
Handbook for members, new - prepared by Bruce Isted 108 20
Hamilton – disaster card, Hamilton Hotel 28 2
 - Victoria Street scene 28 1
Hanna, George Patrick, cartoon card artist 79 23
Hansom Cabs on postcards 63 8
Hapuwhenua Viaduct 95 27-28
Harding & Billing of Sydney, publishers of Maori Cards 68 12, 15
77 10
82 22
Harrison, Malcolm, designer of Parliament wall hanging 95 38
Hastings Philatelic Society details August 1992
Hatherly & Johnson, postcard publishers 98 25-26
Hato, Ana, Rotorua singer 81 9
Hawea, steamer foundering on Greymouth Bar 36 10
Hawke, Charles Octavius, New Plymouth postcard publisher 88 11
Hayward, Henry, manager of West’s Pictures 100 70
Hayward, Henry & Rudall, filmmakers 79 8-9
100 79
Hector, James, creator of time zones 86 3-4
87 15
Herma Photo Corners 90 18
Hildesheimer & Co; postcards 78 8
Hillsdon, W; photographer 50 14
HMS New Zealand, postcards of, 73 18
Hoather, Alf, philatelist and postcard collector 20 7
Hocken; - an interesting postcard - article by Ross Alexander 103 28-29
Hokitika Floods of 1914 96 25-26
Holloway, Thomas, of ‘Holloways Pills’ 85 3-4
Royalty & Advertising Cards 91 4
92 28-29
Hope Gibbons, Wellington 88 15-16
Hotels – Brents of Rotorua 6 9
 - Fire at Empire, Frankton Junction 45 1
 - Upper Ferry, Hanmer 41 9
-Skippers, Central Otago 86 14
 - Titirangi, history of, 90 19-20
Hotop, Lewis, early postcards - article by Jenny Long 108 5-8
House, Frederick Herbert, Wanganui salesman 91 11-12
Housing, the New Zealand House on postcards 65 14
Howell, Fred, member and collector – Letter to the Editor No.2 Old 4
 - thoughts on judging 58 3, 19
Howick, an overview by Ron Phillips 46 1, 5-8
100 48-50
Hunt, Holman, Victorian artist 74 6-7
Hurst, A B; Wellington photographer 68 2
Hurst & Palmer, Dunedin photographers 100 52
Hursthouse, C W; surveyor 91 7-10
Hutton P.W, postcard publisher - article by Safari 110 28-29
I
Ian Conrich collection of Maori postcards 88
89
Identification of Mystery Cards 16 3
74 16
Iles, Rotorua photographer 81 9
Imperial Camera Company, Wellington 100 55
Indecent Postcards, early examples of, 5 4
Index to Subjects 1993-1997 40 13-15
Infectious Diseases Hospital, Dunedin 85 6
Informative Cards 61 19
Instalment Cards 96 15-17
Instructions to Lighthouse Keepers 84 4
Interisland Ferry photographs 81 11
International Exhibitions 70 10-11
Internet Sites for Postcards, by Val Mills 49 12
Invercargill Botanical Gardens 99 21
Invercargill Tramway 71 7
Invitation Cards for special events 81 22
Isle of Man, postcard censorship on - Article by Julie Cunningham 106 21
Isles, A J; photographer 39 14
Isted, Bruce, collector of artist-drawn cards 39 10
Postcard exhibiting suggestions 76 20
93 10
Deserving Deltiologist Award 98 2
J
Jackson, Alan, collector, member, author No.4 Old 9
James Craig, request for card of ship No.4 Old 6
Japanese Antarctic Expedition, ship used in, 32 7
Jazz Musicians on cards 23 11
Johnson, W E; Cromwell photographer 86 7-8
Johnston, Samuel, postmaster at Skippers 86 13
Joja Cards, Christchurch modern card publishers 100 77
Jones, H I & Son, printers of Wanganui 79 11
91 11-12
Jones, Frederick Nelson – photographer 17 6-7
*No.100 33-34
44 5, 7
50 15
 - presentation of DCM to Sgt. Barlow 44 6
 - plane at Nelson Airport 24 1
Jones, Ralph, early member 11 4-5
Judging of postcards in NZ & Australia 99 19-20
Judging of picture postcard exhibits, developments in  - article by Jeff Long 110 20-21
K
Kalman, Carl, Walter 91 15
Kapanui, Northern SS Co steamer 88 17-19
Karangahake Tunnel (near Waihi) 43 13-15
*No.100 46-47
Karori, steamship sunk at Dunedin 1919 51 15
Katherine Mansfield Society Cards 19 5
Katherine Mansfield, voyage England to New Zealand 1906 46 4
Kawarau Gold Mining Company 83 23
King, James, stationer at Hokitika 76 22
King, Wayne, member profile 59 17
Kinnear, James H; sailing ship photographer 92 25-26
Kinsella Kids, cricket series 37 14
38 4-5
39 9
‘Kissing in New Zealand’, novelty card 1 4
Knight, Hardwicke, author and historian 96 27
Kodak Sensitised Post Cards 56 16
Koputaroa derailment 92 3
Kramarski, Walter J, American collector of Aldersley cards 75 4-9
76 4-9
L
Lake House, Hamilton 80 22-23
Lake Rotoroa, Hamilton 80 22-23
Lambert, Daniel, 52 stone heavyweight 41 11
Lamination, pros and cons of, 19 5-6
Language of Stamps, a unique card 38 12
Lascelles, David, film historian and member 62 9
Laurel & Hardy, biographical accounts of, 48 8-9
Lett, Georgie, cards of, 80 2
Libidinous (Offensive) Postcards 18 6-7
Library, donations to begin, 28 8
Lighthouses, Cape Maria van Diemen 51 11
Lilley, Chas No.1 Old 1
89 7-8
 - President’s Report -May 1986 May 1986
 - Bipex and UK Report -May 1986 May 1986
 - shop in New Plymouth 52 4
English cards of, 74 2
Lilley, Chas, working in Wellington 1950’s 85 15-16
Lipton Tea cards, list - article by Derek Pocock 109 20-22
Littlebury & Co; publishers 38 15
Littlejohn & Sons, clockmakers 85 4-5
Lloyd, Trevor, postcard artist, 32 1
69 4-5
98 9-16
Logan Print Ltd; Gisborne publishers 100 77
Logo, suggestions for, -March 1988 March 1988
New for Postcard Pillar -July 1989 July 1989
London Bookstall, card publishers 56 14
London Postcards of Chas Lilley 92 6
London Studio (England), producer of postcards, 61 9
Long, George Turner, b. 1892, Gallipoli campaign - article by Jeff Long 107 9-14
Long, Jeff, estate planning for your postcards 102 5-7
Long, Jenny, exhibiting postcards 95 15
Louise, Rosie, and Terry Moyle, of Contour Creative Studios 82 18-21
M
Maadi Camp, Cairo, site for NZ Base Army HQ World War 2 86 11-12
MacDonald, Maurice, Eltham collector 64 8
75
Macerated Money Cards No.1 Old 4
No.2 Old 5
Mackenzie, Allan, Featherston photographer 50 11
Maggie Papakura, Rotorua Guide 45 3
Magic Lantern Slides 78 6-8
Mahan, Robert, Oamaru Stereoscopic Photographer 59 7
Maheno, Hospital Ship, history and pictures of, 18 4
100 35-36
20 3-4
Mahuki, Maori prophet who imprisoned Hursthouse 91 7-10
Main, William (Bill) – early interest in photography 6 3
 - report on U K trip, and M&M interest 37 10-11
 - new Postcard Pillar Editor 52 2
 - postcard interests 52 3
63 17
 - reports on North Island dealers 52 14
 - looking back on Postcard Pillars 83 4-11
 - 2011 Postcarder of the Year 91 2
Mainz, Wilhelm, German portable Post Office 81 23
Makatote Viaduct cards 95 26-27
Mandel, Louis, inventor of Mandel Camera, creator of postcards 30 10
Mannering, Guy, aviation photographer 82 6
99 14-17
Manuwai, paddle steamer on Whanganui River 79 7
Maori – ‘Companions’, NZ & USA card similarities 56 10
 - studies on cards 68 10-15, 20
69 12-15
70 6-9
71 1, 14-15
Maori Maidens & Warriors, book review 90 13
Maori Studies by F G Radcliffe 81 20
Marguerite Mirabaud shipwreck near Milton 78 14
Market Analysis No.5 Old 5
Marsden, Thomas, Nelsonian and Isel Park creator 74 18
Martin, Josiah, photographer 78 1-2, 6-10
98 4
Matakana, W T Wilson views of, 96 12
Matenga, Huria, Maori Princess 72 17
Maximum Cards, NZ Post creation 31 12
Maximaphily, a study of maximum cards 31 12
82 Liftout
May, Phil, ‘The Bulletin’ cartoonist 96 30-32
Mayors McEwan and Wilford, Wellington 72 16
McAlister, James, Stratford photographer 65 16
Mt. Egmont views of, 65 16
McClintock, Brian – editor of Postcard Pillar 33 2
McDonald, James, Maori postcard artist 69 12-14
73 18
McGill, Donald, creator of ‘saucy seaside cards 13 3
Mcintyre, Peter, wartime artist 86 11-12
McKoy, Diane, member profile 61 14
-collecting interests 72 1, 8-9
McLeod, Erica, collecting interests 7 2
Mean Time, Greenwich to NZ, first country to adopt, 86 3-5
Mechanical Postcards 52 11
Medical staff at Port Said 78 10
Melanesian Mission Cards 71 4
95 1, 3-9
Member Profiles:
 - Barry Cash 54 13
 - Ray Clapperton 55 13
 - B Hancox, A Bell, K Berry, A Bates, B Cash 54 13
 - R Clapperton, J Coyne, L Dale, B Eccles 55 13
 - Laurie Dale 55 13
 - Elaine Hamilton 57 12-13
 - Bruce Hancox 54 13
 - Fred Howell 57 12
 - Elaine Hamilton 57 12-13
 - Bruce Isted, Herb Cowley 58 16
 - Bruce Isted 58 16
 - Wayne King 59 17
 - Brian McClintock 33 2
 - Diane McKoy 61 14
 - Chas Lilley No.2 Old 2
 - David Lascelles 62 9
 - Joseph Sergeant 67 7
 - Bernard Atkinson 68 9
Members collecting interests, report by Donal Duthie 84 14
Membership – Certificate for all new members 1983 No.1 Old
-geographical breakdown No.3 Old 2
-invitation to join the Postcard Club No.1 Old
- in different areas 76 20-21
Membership – full list of, and supplements -April 1997 April 1997
-updated list and supplements (provided with Pillar) -February 1999 Feb. 1999
-February 2004 Feb. 2004
0 74
-roster, preparation of, -No5Old, p7 No.5 Old 7
-total reaches No.3 Old 2
-updates 16 5
Memories of Yesterday, by Chris Rabey August 1992
Mence & O’Halloran, comic postcards of, 57 3
*No.100 61
Messages on Card Backs 56 11
Mikulec, Joseph - Walking round the world, article by Geoff Potts 102 22-23
Military Camp at Featherston 34 14
40 9
41 9
43 10
Military Camps:
 - Marshlands Camp - article by Robert Duns 104 4
 - correction to earlier article in PP 104 - by Doug South 105 6
 - Tapawera Camp - article by Rob Packer 104 45-49
 - Trentham Camp 1915 44 8
Military Cards – Kitchener Camp, Johnsonville 44 9
Military Forces of New Zealand, unique card 38 12
Millar & Lang, Scottish Art Printers & publishers 82 14-15
Milson & Coles, Manchester shop of, 21 1
Miramar, old postcard of, 96 19
Mirrorscope Projector, early viewing device 52 8-9
Missions to Seamen, Rainbow Bazaar 1908 45 4
Moa Flat Floods, March 1913 - article by Jeff Long 109 29-30
Moas on Postcards 66 19
Moascar Cup, Frank Duncan postcard 90 21
Modern Cards 66 19
60 14-16
61 15
43 16
62 14-15
63 9
65 15
66 16
68 2, 19
Money Order Cards, 1860’s Germany No.4 Old 8
Monuments and Memorials on Cards 67 8-9
Monuments and Memorials - article by William Main 107 15-18
Moodie, George, photographer on board ship WAIKARE, and wreck of, 55 3-7
*No.100 57-69
Moor, Christopher, collector and journalist 9 3
Report on Colonial Cottage (Wellington) 12 3
Moreland, Arthur, London Life Artist Series 42 16
Morley, Trevor, collector of Police Cards 23
Coloured cards of police vehicles 26 3
Morris, Gerard, Postcard Pillar artist 85 1-3
Morris, Guy Clayton, postcard photographer 79 1, 15-17
Morris, John Richard, brother of Guy 79 1, 21-22
Motor Bike Race Record, Kaikoura – Christchurch 49 5
Motorcycle Postcard, Masterton 62 19
63 19
Motor Vehicle WOF Reminder Cards 99 18-19
Moturoa Hotel, New Plymouth 88 12
Mountains erupting, on postcards 37 12-13
Moyes, D; Milton Aluminium postcard studio of, 94 5-7
Muir & Moodie – achievements of, 70 12-15
71 12-13
 - catalogue of No.3 Old 5-6
 - collection at Wellington Convention 72 16
 - copies of photos to postcards 69 5
 - corner shop in Dunedin 70 1
 - earliest postcards - Article by Alan Jackson 105 7-17
first topical postcard? General information - Article by William Main 106 7-10
 - full postcard listing Supplt. No.27
 - location of files in books 69 4-5
 - Maori Collection of 68 12, 20
 - Ottmar Zieher connection No.6 Old 6
 - Opalettes 80 5-7
 - pictorial playing cards of No.4 Old 8
Muir & Moodie –preparatory work for catalogue list No.4 Old 8
 - set of Dunedin Cards 1852-1862 July 1992
 - special Event Postcards 71 8
 - Stamp Cards of No.6 Old 6-7
56 15
Muir, Frederick B; partner of Robert Mahan 59 7
Muir, Thomas M B; portrait photographer for Muir & Moodie 70 3
Murals at Katikati and Foxton 78 11
Murray & Spencer, publishers 82 16
Music Theme Cards 24 4-5
‘Musical All Blacks’, solution to a mystery card 48 11
N
Name Change, NZ Postcard Collectors Club No.5 Old 1
Names for the Postcard Club, early suggestions No.1 Old
Natal Postal Stationery Cards 98 1
99 9
Nathan, Arthur H; 1892 calling card 82 2
Nathan, Simon, society member 87 3
National Airways Corporation (NAC) 82 1, 6-7
99 14-15
National Philatelic Exhibition, Invercargill 2001 55 8
National Postcard Week USA, examples of cards produced 54 15
National Publicity Studios, postcard producers 66 16
68 19
*No.100 87
National Publicity Studios, part 1 - article by William Main 108 13-16
National Publicity Studios, part 2 - article by William Main 109 23-26
Needham, Ross, founder member 9 5
Neill, Hugh & Gordon K; Dunedin photographers 82 9
83 14
Murchison Earthquake cards 98 23-24
Nelson College for Boys, fire at, 22 3
Nelson, first seaplane to visit 44 1
New members, overseas No.5 Old 7
New Plymouth postcard views 88 11, 13-14
Mew Zealand Alpine & Rock Garden Society 93 19-20
New Zealand ‘Aotearoa’ Series of Comic Cards 96 27-29
98 6, 21
New Zealand Centre for Photography 18 3
New Zealand Comic Postcards by various artists 98 9-16
New Zealand Cyclists Touring Club, private postal stationery - article by Leo Haks 108 29
New Zealand Farmers Union Special Constables 38 6
New Zealand Government Department of Tourist and Health Resorts, part 1 - article by William Main 108 13-16
New Zealand Government Department of Tourist and Health Resorts - article by William Main 109 23-26
New Zealand Graphic Cards 90 3-6
New Zealand Graphic Journal and Postcards 52 4-7
New Zealand High Commission London, cards with French messages 99 5
New Zealand International Exhibition 1906-07 Christchurch 79 8-9
*No.100 70
New Zealand Modern Cards 100 74-89
New Zealand Philatelic Federation, recognition of Postcard Exhibits 67 18
70 3
2011 Awards 91 2
New Zealand Post & Telegraph Department, early postcards 100 66-69
New Zealand Post & Telegraph Guide 1913 84 16
85 18-19
New Zealand Post Ltd; dealing in postcards 88 6
New Zealand Post Office printed cards 61 11
Greetings & Telegraph Cards 84 2
New Zealand Postcard Prices 1993 100 29-30
New Zealand Postcard Society 2009 Convention Christchurch 87 10-12
New Zealand Railway Cards issued 1939-40 61 1-2
New Zealand Railway Station Staff Photographs 46 10
New Zealand Souvenir Company, publishers of Modern Cards 63 9
2008 postcard views 84 12-13
New Zealand Woman magazine 92 1, 18
Newell, W J; photographer of Opotiki, and views 60 10-13
Newsletter, future plans for, 1988
Newton, Axel, Stratford photographer 75 16
Ngaere Gardens, postcards of, 69 2, 7-8
75 12-13
Ngapuhi, steamer on Northern SS Co Summer Cruise 76 12-13
Niagara, steamer, history and views of, 70 18-19
Niue, early postcards of - article by safari 103 5
Nihotupu Falls, photographs of, 89 3-4
North, Paul, story and pictures of family at Skippers 68 4-8
Member profile 86 13-16
North beach New Brighton, Store and Post Office 68 9
74 16
Northcote Point, Auckland 24 1
Northern SS Company Summer Cruise, set of Postcards 75 1
Northwood, Arthur James 13 5
15 4-5
*No.100 7, 31-32
cards of Parliamentary Tour 1917 51 11
Northwood Brothers, photographers of Kohukohu 15 4
43 1
50 15
Notices of Shows for 2001 in Brisbane, Wanganui 53 12
Novelty Cards and Bookmarks 29 1
54 7
Novelty postcards - article by Bruce Isted 106 3-6
Nude Postcards – censorship of, 42 4
-collection sold at Auction 29 4
Nurses, postcard views of, 35 5
Nurses Home, Christchurch Hospital 93 8-10
O
O’Halloran, Alph, card publisher 41 9
Obituaries:
 - Arthur Bates 59 19
 - Ian Cameron 57 15
 - Barry Cash, by William Main 103 4-5
 - Laurie Dale 102 3
 - Bert Eccles 78 20
 - Mark Febrery & Brian Potts 89 22
 - Laurie Franks -June 1991 June 1991
 - Chas Lilley 92 4-6
 - Gladys Mary Goodall (1908-2015) by Gerard S. Morris 107 3-4
Brian Potts 89 22
 - Ivan Prentice 98 3
 - Alistair Robb 104 2
 - Merle Sneddon 93 3
 - Bert Eccles 78 20
 - Hugh Price 88 2
 - James Taylor 77 22
 - John Wilson 94 2
Offensive or discriminatory postcards - article by Gary Davies 101 9-16
Oilette Series of Tuck, stocklist 26 8
Old Bailey Court, England, origins of, 29 12
Old Masterton in Colour, book review of, 65 13
Oldfield, Biddie, disposal of lifetime collection 34 1-3
Olympic Games Postcards 4 4
Opotiki, views by Newell, and Beattie 60 12-13
Orepuki, card and details of, No.5 Old 9
Original Executive 1983 No.1 Old 1
Orton, Ray, dealer and collector 52 14
Otago Art Academy 92 25
Otepuni Gardens, Invercargill 99 21
Otero, Caroline, Music Hall star 35 10
Otira Gorge & Arthur’s Pass, Ring cards 87 2
Otorohanga Kiwiana Advertising Cards 89 12
Our Edwardians, centrespread of Edwardian cards 76 12-13
Overend, Don, founding Treasurer No.1 Old 1
70 18
Overseas Visits recorded on cards 71 10-11
P
Packer, Rob, Nelson member and collector 68 16
Palmerston North Convention 2010 90 9-10
Pania of the Reef, Napier 99 5
Papakura, Maggie, Rotorua guide 94 5-6
Paper types used in photography 42 14
Parker, R W; Auckland chemist & Holloways Pills agent 91 4
Parkerson, C P; Postcard photographer 82 16-17
Parliament Buildings on postcards 82 12-13
Parliamentary Ceremony on Cards 69 10-11
Parnell Heritage Rose, named by member Rendell McIntosh 98 34
Parnell, John, Club founder and editor No.4 Old 9
Resignation as Society Editor -May 1986 May 1986
Partington, W H T; photographer 65 19
Paterson, Alex & Co; importer of Big Tree petrol 73 4-5, 13
Paterson Inlet, Stewart Island 77 16-17
Pattillo, Cecil, Dunedin portrait/group photographer 64 8
Peart, Heaton, postcard photographer 67 16
67 17
74 1, 4-5
Peart, H.C Postcards, article by William Main 102 16-19
Pears Soap 97 5-6
Pelorus Jack postcards 53 3-7
Penguin, photographs of wreckage, and survivors 53 15
54 3
61 20
85 10
Penny-in-the Slot Movie Star Postcards 15 3
Penny Marvels Postcards, Christchurch 1911 94 15-26
Penny Plain Tuppence coloured 81 7
Percy Spense, H W Turner, Ben Minns, Norm Lindsay, all ‘Bulletin’ cartoonists 96 32-34
Permin, James William, 1880-1921, Photographer - article by William Main 106 22-26
Personalised Postcards 34 10
Peter Pan Studio, Wellington, child postcards from, 54 14
Petone, a pictorial journey, by Ray Staal 42 9-11
*No.100 9
Pets on Postcards 53 15
56 5
Phillips & Lee, Dunedin photographers 100 51
Phillips, Edward A (Ted), Dunedin photographer 47 4-7
64 3-4
77 16-17
78 18-19
*No.100 51-53
Phillips E.A, Stewart Island Postcards by, list - by Donal Duthie 101 33-35
-the life and times of - article by Donal Duthie 106 11-16
-creating a catalogue of - article by Donal Duthie 108 9-12
Phillips, Ron, collecting interests and early life 45 1, 5-8
New Society President 44 3
Photocrom Series, 90 cards in total, March 1989
Photograph of Levin 1933 4 6
Photographic Copyright in New Zealand 1900-1920 60 4-5
*No.100 63-64
Photographing Postcards, some hints and tips 42 13
Photographs for identification 80 21, 24
Pictorial Postcards sold in shops 22 2
Pictorial Postcard Production up to 1920 60 4-5
61 16
Pictorial Publications Limited, Hastings 63 9
100 74-76, 78, 84, 88
- article by William Main 102 19-21
Picture Post, book by William Main - reviewed by Leo Haks 101 21-22
Picture Postcard Albums, a detailed view of, 58 14-15
66 20
Picture Postcard Booklets in New Zealand 49 8
Picture postcard production - article by Michael Roland (MAP) 109 9-19
Pillar – first edition of current series 1 March 1993
-new logo -July 1989 July 1989
-Original issues for sale, message from Secretary, -No26, p2 26 2
-Post Boxes, a feature of Thames 39 8-9
Pink and White Terraces 94 9-10
Pirongia, ill fated plans for a railway 13 4
Pitcairn Island cards by Aldersley 76 9
Pixie Town, children’s entertainment by F N Jones 17 7
44 5
68 17
Plimmer, Harold, Wellington photographer 78 18-19
83 21
Police Card, Amberley Station 12 4
Police Postcards, a study of, 22 7-11
23 5-10
Policeman and the Motorist, artist drawn cards 35 6-7
*No.100 39
Political Cards 12 5
30 1
Polly Woodside, request for cards of the barque Feb. 1986
PVC, disadvantages of using, 3 3-4
Port of Patea, history of, 92 20-23
Port of Wairoa in postcards 98 29-31
Post Bag, monthly classifieds 3 5
43 7
Post Blatt, forerunner of the Post Card No.4 Old 8
Postboxes, Kent Terrace, Wellington 52 1
Post Office Postcards 63 12-13
64 12-13
72 18
Post Office, Warkworth 49 9
Post Office Telegraph Cards 85 14
Post Offices as a collecting theme 29 3
Postcard – analysis of a, July 1989
 - and Letter Postage Rates 1876-2004 65 4-5
 - backs, a not so common theme 40 10
51 5
88 21-22
 - border negatives 99 10-13
 - club federation No.1 Old 3
 - collecting Australian No.3 Old 7
 - collecting New Zealand, history and happenings 1987
55 10
 - collections No.3 Old 10
 - Convention 2008 84 8-10
 - Day, a newspaper story 1924 3 7
 - dealers No.4 Old 3
 - displays, styles at 2007 Huttpex 78 3
80 16-17
 - Encyclopaedia, glossary of terms -Supplement: How to Price old Postcards
 - Evenings, advertisement in ‘Woman’s World’ 1908 92 28
 - Exhibiting, compiling a collection of, -September 1989 Sep. 1989
 - Exhibits, preparing for, -March 1989 March 1989
 - History Society of New Zealand, original name No.1 Old 1
 - in the mail, 77 years later 24 10
 - issues 1920 to 1940, reasons for decline of 67 4-6
 - examples of this period 67 5
 - Manager, an internet site 33 12
 - of New Zealand scenes 100 years earlier 64 14
 - of Shipping at Patea 92 20-23
 - of Tonga 97 23-24
 - or Photograph? 42 5-6
43 8-9
Pillar, 20th Anniversary, looking back 51 4-5
63 18
 - first use of full colour 63
 - prices, guide to 10 6-8
67 18
Postcard – pricing No.3 Old 4
32 3
57 11
 - Sir Joseph Ward, in London No.5 Old 9
 - Society AGM, & New Committee 2005 68 16
 - Sales in Christchurch 1911 94 18-26
 - Society 2006 Convention 2006 76 10
 - Storage No.3 Old 3
 - Tax 85 9
 - types in the United States 38 16
 - Vending Machines at Christchurch Exhibition 1906-07 69 2
 - Vending machine trial 1914 91 16
Postcards – child’s novel use of, No.4 Old 10
 - collating and listing 5 3
 - costs when initially produced 26 3
 - definition of No.4 Old 4
 - history of New Zealand No.4 Old 4-5
 - improving your collection of 73 2, 12-13
 - investment value No.4 Old 2
53 10-11
 - in United States 100 42
 - loan of for copying 44 9
 - mint versus used controversy No.6 Old 5
 - of Palestine (Wartime) 30 2-3
 - on display in bookshops 1912 34 11
 - sale of, in a 1911 Wanganui Store 70 2
 - topographical No.4 Old 3
 - with same view, different styles 78 15
 - World’s First Card 59 17
Posting Album folders 82 22-23
Postmarked Card of 1899, earliest known 81 2
Potts, Geoff, founder of Society Nos.1-6 Old 1
9 1
2 6
Pre Raphaelites, paintings and postcards 97 5-7
Prentice, Ivan, obituary 98 3
Price, Hugh, obituary of book publisher 88 2
Price, W A; transport photographer of Auckland 42 1
78 18-19, 24
Prince John of Wales - article by Shirley Bone 110 14
Pringle, Thomas, postcard photographer 52 3
56 1, 3-4
71 4-7
73 20
 - catalogue List of Cards 73 9
74 13
 - Book of Maori Studies 69 9
Pringle’s Fancy Goods Shop on Lambton Quay 72 5
Prisoner of War Postcards 54 8-9
62 12-13
Private Postcards 90 15-18
91 12
Private Cards from Post & Telegraph Department 100 66, 69
Prohibited use of postcards 91 19-22
Prohibition in Invercargill, Muir & Moodie Cards of, 73 19
Provincetown USA,  postcard vendor- article by Ross Alexander 103 30
Public Works Dept Stone Crusher at Mount Maunganui 48 1, 7
Publishing research within Society 74 12
Pukekura Park card in Wanganui 76 21
Puzzles, mystery views on Cards 21 5
35 11
36 9
46 12
47 10
48 4, 11
49 10-11
75 16
PWSA National Exhibition, Perth 2012 96 15-16
Q
Queen Victoria, death remembered in postcards 63 10-11
Queen Carnival Nelson, views of by F N Jones 44 7
R
Rabey, Chris – Wellington collector and long standing Secretary 39 6-7
 - nostalgic journey around Wellington wharves 49 1, 6-7
Radcliffe, Frederick George – catalogue of stereoscopic views 59 5
 - biographical notes on 14 4-5
15 2
41 5-6
81 18-21
83 20
 - checklist of postcards produced 12 6-8
13 6
14 6
15 6
16 6
17 8
18 8
21 8
22 12
23 12
24 12
25 12
26 12
27 12
28 12
29 13
 - ‘opportunist’ in Pukekura Park 65 16-17
 - postcard of himself 65 19
 - private card from Kaponga 25 5
 - sale of collection 22 11
 - stereoscopic cards 52 6-7
59 4-5
 - two Wellington cards 50 6
 - two cards, same view, two locations 25 4
 - views of Auckland 97 18
Radio QSL Cards 60 3
*No.100 62
Railway between Oxford and Sheffield, disused 25 5
Railway Bridge at Parnell, 1909 view 18 2
Railway Cards, descriptions of, and dating of, 1988
42 6-8
*No.100 44-45
Raine, Miss Joan, Rose Gardens gardener 97 10-11
Randall, George T; Otago photographer 50 18
Raphael Tuck & Sons, letter to a collector -Monograph: How to Price old Postcards
Rarity in picture postcard exhibits, assessing of - article by Jeff Long 110 22-23
Rates and Regulations 1939 100 66-67
Raurimu and Ohakune cards 95 28-33
Rawei, Wherehiko, and daughter Rae 81 6
Rawhiti, history of Stewart Island fishing boat 88 5-6
Raymond, George, profile, and obituary 17 4-5
 - Teddy Bear Cards 20 8
Real Photo Postcards, NZ, early - article by Leo Haks 105 23-28
 - postscript to above article by Alan Jackson 105 28-29
Real Photo Postcard Guide review 80 20, 24
Real Photograph Postcards, packaging of - article by Barry Hancox 110 9-13
‘Real Photo’ Picture Postcards, cameras used 58 13
Red Pillar Boxes in Nelson & Ashburton 83 1-2
Reed, A H & A W, book publishers, Modern Postcard producers 62 18
63 18
64 8
*No.100 77
 - Then and Now Postcard Series 73 1-2
Reference Library for Postcard Exhibits 74 12
Regal Postcard Company, Sydney 89 18
Reid, Charles Wishaw, English photographer 90 3-6
Reid, Robert, photographer 80 2
Remuera, NZ Shipping Co steamer 86 14
Reminiscing Postcard Society’s early years from founder Geoff Potts 100 24
Representative Calling Cards, advertising cards 74 18
Representative's Call Cards - article by Safari 106 19-21
Retouched Postcards – samples of, 27 8
 - solution to mystery 28 3
Reusable postcards 21 4
Revell Series by Whitcombe & Tombs, catalogue of, 67 3
Revell, photographer for Whitcombe & Tombs 100 86
Review of previous 99 issues of the Pillar 100 5-12
Richmond 2012 Postcard Convention report 97 1, 3, 25-26
Richmond Postcard, Peace Celebrations 18 1
Rights regarding sale/acquisition of Maori images 57 15
Rimutaka Incline, railway marvel 53 1, 15
Rimutaka, steamship, 1895 voyage London to Wellington 76 4-5
Ring, James, Greymouth photographer 87 2
River Trust Board, Whanganui 79 6-7
Road Accident, Traction Engine at Hanmer 44 8
47 9
Robb, Alistair – experimental use of colour in Pillar Supplement 61 9
 - new member’s view of an AGM 33 10
 - Wellington members get-together 34 16
Robertson, Graham, Postal Franking Machines 1921-1967 77 5
Robinson, W Heath, cartoon publisher 83 2
Robley, G; postcard artist 69 12-14
Robson, E T; Wellington photographer 74 4
Roder, Carl, Leipzig printer 72 6-7
Rogers, R; Waihi photographer 74 10
Roman Catholic Cathedral of Christchurch 81 14-15
Rongotai Airport, 1940 postcards 72 16
Rose Gardens of Christchurch, Invercargill 97 8-11
99 21-23
Rose, George, Australian postcard photographer 95 36-37
Roses, introduction to NZ of, 97 8
Rosshavet Company, Norwegian whalers 77 16-17
Rotary Photo Series of Bookmark Cards 76 18-19
Rotary Photographic Children’s Series 89 11
Rotorua Bath House, cards of, 79 12-13
Rough Guide Postcard Competition 24 11
Round and About Column, members activities No.5 Old 8
Rountree, Harry, artist drawn cards 63 1, 3, 12-15
Royal Holloway College, England 88 4
Royal Series, photographic studios 67 16
50 7
74 4-5
*No.100 88-89
Royalty Postcards 20 1
RP Postcards 64 8-9
Rugby Cards of Brian Vincent 35 13
40 7
-cards with a Hawke’s Bay theme 73 18
Rugby Football Cards 80 10-11
Rugby World Cup 2007 and 2011 cards 82 10-11
97 12-14
Rules and regulations regarding judging displays 58 5
S
Samoan postcards, early - article by Safari 109 6-8
Samoan Postcards, follow up to earlier article by Don Mee 102 1
Samuels, J J; London postcard publisher 90 4
Scarlett, Ron, New Year’s Honours 1996 29 2
Scenes in Maoriland Series Checklist 19 7-8
Schools, Hikurangi College, Wairarapa 49 3
Schroeder, Darren, PhD Thesis on Reed card sequences 100 83
Scotland, J W H; biplane aircrash at Newtown 82 9
Scott, Robert Falcon, Antarctic explorer 86 2
Seaward, Neville, postcard publisher 70 18
98 21-22
*No.100 78
Seddon, Richard John, Prime Minister – biography of, 35 8-9
 - cards of, -February 1986 Feb. 1986
34 5
81 6
Self promotion cards for Society 74 3
Sequential views of one scene in a postcard 20 5
Shades Stamp Shop 84 17
85 20
86 19
Sharland’s NZ Photographic Journal 78 4-5
Ship TERRANOVA departing for Antarctic 45 7
Shipping on Cards, article by Geoff Potts May 1986
Shipwrecks – FOREST HALL at Ninety Mile Beach 47 11-12
*No.100 54
 - HAWEA at Greymouth 36 10
 - KARORI at Dunedin 51 15
 - KAURI at Westport 44 10
 - KOI at Nelson 45 9
 - MARGUERITE MIRABAUD near Milton 78 14
 - PENGUIN at Wellington 89 19-21
 - WAIKARE in Fiordland 55 3-7
*No.100 57-60
 - WAKATU near Kaikoura 66 17
 - general views 72 10-11
Shirtcliffe, George, creator of Big Tree name 73 4
Shop fronts, a collecting interest 52 15
Postcards for Sale 1911 Shop 70 2
Siege of London’s East End 1911 74 14-15
Sign Language on cards 91 17-18
Silk Embroidered Postcards of the Great War 58 2
59 18
Silver Stream Railway Postcards 18 3
Skippers area, Queenstown 68 4-8
Slovakian Postcard Tax 89 17
Smales, Herbert W (1874-1939, Smales Series postcard publisher, Matamata - article by Royce Wiles 105 30-33
Smallest Postcard Stall in New Orleans 80 2
Smart, Heather, card collector of waterfalls 77 18
Smith & Anthony, Postcard Publishers of Christchurch 56 14
61 4
63 5-7
63 14-15
Smith, Robin, scenic New Zealand photographer 100 81
Smith, S Percy 78 4
Smith, Sydney C; photographer 50 12
54 3-6, 16
55 14
67 5
Smiths Bookshop, move to new premises 89 4
98 34
Smithyman & Maingay, Auckland publishers 68 12-14
Smits, Henk, collector of floral clock postcards 74 18
Sneddon, Merle, obituary 93 3
Society for the Propagation of the Gospel 95 3-9
Society Website project development 90 2
Somes Island Lighthouse (Wellington) 36 14
84 1, 3-4
Sophia, Rotorua Guide 25 7
Sorrell, Charles, of Napier 87 6
Charles Sorrell's Edwardian Napier - book review 101 20
Souter, Phyllis, Timeball Station dweller 86 5
South, Doug 58 4 12
62 19
72 19
South, Evie, member and auctioneer 32 4
33 6
 - International Award from Denmark 75 17
Southernmost features of NZ in the world 98 19-20
Southward Car Museum Cards 8 4
Spa Towns and Baths, a background to, 37 7-10
*No.100 40-41
Spanish Columbian Festival 1907, Christchurch 81 14-15
Speedway in Aranui, Christchurch 1929-1959 98 17-18
Spencer, Charles S; photographer 66 9
82 16-17
Splendid, whaler at Stewart Island 79 10
Sporting activities and achievements on old Postcards 73 10-11
Sporting Heroes Postcards August 1991
24 8-9
Spreckley & Co; postcard shop and publisher 69 12-14
70 16
Spurgin, Isydor (Fred), creator of artist drawn cards 28 5-7
Staal, Ray, life membership award 97 3, 8
Stamp Cards, controversy surrounding No.6 Old 6
Book review of Muir & Moodie’s, 55 15
56 15
Stamp Collecting switch to Postcard Collecting, a study of, No.5 Old 6
Stephan, Dr V; creator of the postcard No.4 Old 8
Stereoscopes, how a 3-D photograph works 59 4-7
Stereoscopic Cards 52 6-7
59 4-7
Stewart Island Cards – by E A Phillips 47 6-7
57 11
 - catalogue of Phillips’ Cards 64 3
 - mystery postcard 64 2
 - collectors of, -No64, p3 64 3
Stitch Magazine, Gladys Goodall involvement with, 92 18
Stockcard for NZ Souvenir Company Postcard - by Jeff Long 101 5
Stonehurst Residential Hotel, Christchurch 97 15-19
Storage and filing of Postcard Collections 31 2
38 9-10
Storage Battery Cars of Gisborne 14 1
Street Scene, Featherston 23 1
Strikes in New Zealand, miners and maritime 74 10-11
Studdy, George, creator of Bonzo No.5 Old 3
Subway Art in New Zealand 40 11
Subscription increase 20 2
Sumner Rescue Lifeboat postcards 85 7-8
Supplement, How to Price Old Picture Postcards Monograph No.1 Old
Swagmen around Australia 80 18-19
Switzer, original name of Waikaia 99 7
Sydney Maritime Museum, request for cards No.4 Old 6
Sylvester, Eric, West Coast postcard dealer 82 22, 24
T
Taihape to Taumarunui Rail Section 95 25-35
Tainui, Shaw Savill passenger vessel 86 16
Takitimu Meeting House in Greytown, postcard of, 57 14
Talbot, Henry George, King Country photographer - by Stan Goodwin 103 6-9
Talking Postcards 13 5
Taneatua, Opening of Post Office 23 1
Tangiteroria Bridge, Northland, history of town 80 14-18
Tanner Bros; -Maoriland Postcard advertising 72 7
 - checklist plan for, by Alan Bell 6 2
 - perforated Cards 51 10
55 12
 - advertising Cards 91 14
Tanner Bros; - early postcard sales in NZ - by Diane McKoy & A. Jackson 103 18-27
Tanner, Couch Ltd; subsequent name of firm 31 11
82 22
*No.100 78
Tanner, Edwin Arthur 31 11
Tanner, Frank Nicholas, father of the Bros; 31 11
55 14
Tanner, Victor Joseph, postcard seller and photographer 31 11
82 22
*No.100 37
Tarapex 2008 report 84 5-6
Tarawera, Eruption of Mount, destruction of Te Wairoa village 25 6-7
Tasman Empire Airways (TEAL) 82 4-5
Tauranga Convention 2011 93 2
Taylor, James, set of Cathedral Cards 75 20
Actress Cards Collection 76 24
Obituary 77 22
Te Kupu Wooden Postcards 21 3
Te Maunga Tapu, the Tarawera story 94 6-14
Teddy Bears, postcards of, 20 18
Telegram Christmas Greetings 82 3
Tella Camera Company, Southampton Row, producer of High Commission cards 99 5
Tenth Anniversary of the Postcard Society 8 3
Terry, Trev, railway collector -1988 1988
41 4
42 6-8
Thames Big Pump, history of, 97 20-33
Thames, steamship Wakatere’s visits to, 87 19-20
The Bulletin ‘All Australian’ comic postcards 96 30-34
‘The Houseboat’, Whanganui River 79 4-5
The Light of the World card of St. Paul 74 6-7
The New Zealand Collectors’ Exchange, early magazine 73 17
The Otago Hotel, Skippers 86 13
The Picture Postcard, exerpts from Wanganui Chronicle, August 17, 1911 106 18
The Postcard in New Zealand, history of, 100 24-25
The Stamp Shop, New Plymouth 92 5
‘The Whitebaiter’, wall hanging at Parliament House 95 38
Therkleson, D I; Rotorua modern card publisher 100 78
Thiem, Ben, Hokitika photographer 74 4
96 25-26
Thomson & Co; Dunedin, wartime postcard of, 55 12
Thornton, Janet, suggested guidelines for competitions 11 6
 - talk on postcards 12 3
Thridgould, John, publisher and printer of London postcards 74 14-15
Thrills of reading postcard backs 58 18
Tiki Card, experiment in colour Supplement 61 9
Tiki Card, trade name for NZ Souvenir Card Company Ltd; Hastings 100 78
Timaru Philatelic Society proposed exhibition 84 7
Timo, French postcard publisher 85 13
Timpex 2009, exhibiting hints 85 15-16
Judging results Liftout, 87 9
Tinselled Cards, prohibited use of, 91 19-22
Titanic Postcards 28 8
41 2-3
fake titanic cards 28 9
Tobacco Advertising on postcards 99 1
Tobacco Fund Postcards 99 26
Toc H, National War Memorial, Xth Commonwealth Games - article by Denise Rosenfeldt 106 17-18
Tongan Cards by Josiah Martin 78 1-2, 6-8
Tongan Postcards, early - Follow up article by Don Mee 101 8
Tourist Department Postcards 63 16-17
64 17
65 18
Tourist & Publicity Dept Postcards 93 26-29
Tourist Series Postcards by J H Kinnear 92 25-26
Traction Engine Accidents – Hanmer 44 8
47 9
 - Hastings 1912 48 1
Trafalgar Day Nelson 2005, photos of naval ships in port 76 23
Train Accident, Wellington to Napier Express 1911 51 6
Collision at New Lynn 28 May 1913 94 4
Tram Postcard – Ponsonby 47 9
 - Wellington 1987
Trams in Wellington, fatality in 1913 71 16-17
Travel in New Zealand, scenes on cards 66 10-11
Trentham Military Camp, scenes by William Bickerton 73 14
Trentham Camp, photographer Bickerton’s involvement at, 75 18
Tricks of the Trade No.2 Old 6
 - dealers experiences 1 3
Tronson, Barrie, obituary notice 58 17
Truelove, A; Ngaere Gardens photographer 73 2, 7-8
Tuck Postcard of Big Tree Petrol 73 5
Tuck, Raphael – artist drawn cards 17 1
21 1
 - child postcards 89 8
 - limited edition postcards 35 12
 - New Zealand postcard listing 25 8
28 8-10
 - Oilette Series for Christchurch Exhibition 1906 60 7-9
 - Postcard Covers 29 11-12
 - ‘Victory & Freedom’ Series World War I 99 26
Tuck Series, Heroes of the South Pole 29 1
Turkish Pontoon in Nelson 70 4-6
200th Anniversary of the Battle of Trafalgar, Nelson 2005 76 23
U
Union between Cartophilic and Postcard Societies, thoughts on, 74 3
Universal Penny Postage 100 67
Universal Post Card Company, sample prices 52 9
Unusual postcard, Robley - article by Leo Haks 108 24
Upper Ferry Hotel, Hanmer 41 9
Urinal at cnr High & Manchester Streets, Christchurch 77 10
V
Valentines Cards No.3 Old 2
10 3
22 4
34 6
40 16
Valentines postcards - article by William Main 105 21-22
Valentine & Tuck Series on Lovely Ladies 38 13
39 15
Valuation of cards – competition with Auckland 26 4-7
 - results of Auckland competition 27 9
Valuing a Collection for insurance purposes 34 4-6
Vangardia, Spanish publisher of Freecards 95 13
Vending Machines No.4 Old 5
Verbeeck, A & Co; photographers 68 6
Victorian & Edwardian Villas on Postcards 100 90-92
75 14-16
Villages around Mt Tarawera, pre-eruption views 94 11-14
Visit to Dublin 1911 by King George V & Queen Mary 24 11
Voyce, Harry – founding Patron, biography Nos.1-6 Old
No.2 Old 1-2
5 2
89 17
-Muir & Moodie research No.4 Old 8
W
Waiata Gardens, Little Shoal Bay, Auckland 72 14-15
Waihi Gold Mining Company views by Beattie 57 1
Waihi in the 1920’s, composite of views 87 4
Waikaia Gold Dredges 99 7-9
Waikare, Union Co. steamer wrecked in Dusky Sound 55 3-7
79 15-16
*No.100 57-60
Waimangu Geyser, Rotorua, various photographers of, 60 5
Cards by Beattie 100 64
Wain, Louis – Cats on Cards 31 1
67 20
 - lighthearted view on, -No4Old, p3 No.4 Old 3
Wainoni Park, Christchurch - article by Jeff Long 108 21-23
Wairarapa Daily News, short lived paper 9 3
Wairoa, port of, and shipping May 1986
98 29-31
Waiuta in 1910, postcards by Jos Divis 87 4
Wakatere, Northern SS Co steamer 87 19-22
Wakatu, loss of steamer 66 17
Wanganella, aground on Barretts Reef 69 19
Wanganui Advertising Cards 41 12-13
Wanganui Collegiate Museum 84 11
Wanganui Comic Advertising Postcards 93 11
98 25-26
Wanganui Stamp & Coin, advertising for, No.4 Old 11
Wanganui Zoo 1905-1915 75 18
Ward, C C R; pictorial photographer 83 17
Ward, J T; bookseller and photographer of Wanganui 70 2
Warrant of Fitness Renewal (WOF) postcards, article by Chris Foote 102 8
Waterfalls around New Zealand, cards of, 77 18-19
Waterloo Bridge, River Thames 87 7-8
Waterlow & Sons, London publishers 82 2
Watson, Neville, profile of a Timaru collector August 1991
27 10
Webb, S F P; Christchurch photographer 76 16-17
89 18
Webb, William, champion sculler 40 1, 6
Website for NZ Postcard Society 99 3
Wedding from a postcard 11 2
Weekly Press Postcards 94 3
96 21
99 3
Weidner, Frederick, Kaikoura photographer 65 9
66 17
97 6
Welcome Mine, postcard of miners inside 60 19
Wellington Botanic Gardens, a study of, 38 7-8
Wellington Camera Club 72 4
Wellington and Manawatu Railway Company 92 2
Wellington shipping, a study of, 49 1, 6-7
Wellington through a Victorian Lens revisited, review 98 8
West, T J & U; English entrepreneurs & showmen 100 70
West’s Moving Pictures, first permanent cinema in Wellington 79 8-9
At NZ International Exhibition Christchurch 100 70
Whale on Lyall Bay 1912 72 11, 15
Whales on cards, Pelorus Jack, and Lyall Bay stranding 72 11, 17
Whaling at Stewart Island 77 16-17
*No.100 90-92
Whanaungatanga Relationships, Parliament House wall hanging 95 38
Whanganui River, unusual perforated card 51 10
55 12
Whanganui River Tourist Excursions 79 4-7
Whanganui Riverboats 84 11
Whangaroa, eventful voyage of ship 70 17
What Where When – puzzling cards 55 15
Whatipu Wharf, Manukau Harbour 77 21
Where is it? Mystery locations 81 10
Whitcombe & Tombs, postcard producers 65 15
Whitcombe & Tombs, postcard producers 67 3, 13, 19
Modern cards 100 86
Whitebaiting on postcards 89 19-21
Winkelmann, Henry – postcard photographer 36 11-12
 - views of Auckland 20 6
50 13
 - view of Tahiti 33 16
Wigley, Harry, founder of Mt Cook Airlines 99 14-16
Wildt & Kray, London postcard publishers 93 15-18
William Thompson Wilson, photographer 80 12-13
85 2
96 5-14
Williams, Dick, aviation photographer & reporter 99 14
Williams Trading Postcards 77 2
Willoughby,James Alfred 1878-1971, photograper - by David Gravenor 101 17-19
Wilson, John, death of Timaru collector 94 2
Wilson, L W; postcard artist 89 9-10
91 16
92 24-25
Winter Sports on Postcards 4 5
Winzenberg, Albert, Wairarapa photographer 27 6-7
74 18
-views of HMS New Zealand vehicle 35 4
Wiremu, a well known Wellingtonian 52 4-7, 13
Wish you were Here – Postcard Exhibition 19 4
 - preparation for book entitled 63 18
65 6-8
69 8
 - book release 69 18
 - reviews of 71 18
Wooden Postcards, Te Kupu handprinted 7 4
Woods, Lawson, artist 79 11
World War One:
PP Issue 104, WW1 Commemorative Issue - introduction by Gerard Morris 104 3
Off to the European War, J.J Cameron, photographer - article by Glen Reddiex 104 15-17
Edith Cavell, Nursing Heroine - article by Sue Claridge 104 39-44
Fundraising for patriotic purposes - article by Alan Jackson 107 19-25
Glorious in Battle for Freedom & Right - article by Gerard Morris 104 18
Hospitals, more on - article by Sue Claridge 108 25-28
March Over the Rimutakas - article by Leo Haks & Alan Jackson 104 27-28
Medical Treatment - article by Laurence Eagle 104 50-54
The NZ in Anzac - article by Jeff Briggs 104 19-26
Windsor Wartime Cachet - article by Des Hurley, FRPSNZ 104 29-32
Windsor Wartime Cachet, postscript to D. Hurley article - by Alan Jackson 104 32-38
Postcards 65 6-8
76 12-13
Centenary 2014-2018, plans for, 99 4
Troops marching through Christchurch 77 10
World War Two Cards – by artist Peter MacIntyre 63 18
 - varieties of, -No30, p8-9 30 8-9
62 16
World's most expensive postcard 110 21
Wragge, Clement, creator of Waiata Gardens 72 14-15
Wreck of the Penguin, catalogue of Zak cards 69 7
89 19-21
Wrench, E; ‘Links of the Empire’ artist drawn series 48 10
Wright, Ken, Nelson collector 70 4-6
Wrigley’s Brewery, Tauranga 82 16
Writing, unusual forms No.4 Old 5
X
Y
Yesteryear – editorial comments No.4 Old 1
‘You Said It’ column No.1 Old 2
Z
Zachariah, Joseph – advertising 38 15
*No.100 26-28
 - catalogue of the PENGUIN wreck 69 7
 - commercial business 16 6-7
 - Jewish background 24 6-7
 - preparation for catalogue 81 16-17
 - profile of the life of 6 3
74 11
83 3
*No.100 26-28
 - rare Nelson card 65 19
 - Rugby Cards 16 5
 - Wellington views 50 10
75 10-11
 - view of hot air balloon, Days Bay 50 1
Zachariah, Joseph, postcards of - update by Brian G Vincent 102 29
Zak Cards of Government House 79 22
Zak postcards, request from Bill Main 78 21
Zealandia Trading Company, advertising card 44 11