History of the NZ Post Office features in talk

The Tauranga Historical Society meets at 2pm in the hall behind the Brain Watkin House Museum. Photo: John Borren.

For those interested in the history of the New Zealand Post Office from the 19th and 20th centuries, an informative talk is happening on Sunday afternoon May 1 at the Brain Watkins House Museum hall in Tauranga.

"Geoff Willacy will present a light-hearted artefact display and talk about the New Zealand Post Office from the 19th and 20th century," says a Tauranga Historical Society spokesperson.

Geoff Willacy. Photo: Supplied.

The society meets monthly on a Sunday at 2pm in the hall behind the Brain Watkins House Museum and presents regular talks on topics of interest to members and any public interested in local and regional history.

"Tauranga Historical Society talks are open to all. There is a $2 door charge which includes afternoon tea and a chance to network with others that share your passion for history."



Image Credit: Sir George Grey Special Collections, Auckland Libraries, NZG-19111025-32-1 (New Zealand Graphic 25 October 1911 p32).




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