General Collection Research Services - Ngā Rātonga Rangahau ā te Tari Tiaki Taonga

The general collection is available for research and viewing by appointment only. General collection is understood as non-archival collection objects and includes a wide range of materials, many related directly to the social and natural history of the Whanganui region.

 

General Collection Research Services Hours - Ngā Hāora ō te Tari Tiaki Taonga

Available by appointment only with the Collection Manager.

 

General Collection Fees - Ngā Utu ā te Tari Tiaki Taonga

Access to the General Collection is free.

Fees are charged for all copies produced, for specialist research services and for reproductions in all formats of publication.

Copying charges

  • Photocopying: 30 cents per A4 page and 50 cents per A3 page
  • Digital or print copies of photographs: $15 per A4 image
  • Consult the Collection Manager about pricing for other sizes and formats
  • Low resolution research file print: $5 per image

Publication fees

  • $20 per image (local history, educational)
  • $100 per image (commercial)
  • $100 per hour of filming

 

Specialist Research - Te Utu Kaimahi Hei Kairangahau Māū

If researchers are unable to come to the Museum they can ask the Collection Manager to carry out research on their behalf.

Staff research time charges:

  • Free for the first half hour
  • $30 per half hour after that

FEATURED PHOTO

Dating from the 1920s, taken from Cooks Gardens looking towards Queens Park in Whanganui, the feature of this photograph is the Sarjeant Art Gallery. The Sarjeant was built with the bequest of Henry Sarjeant. When he died in 1912, he left property in Whanganui valued at 30,000 pounds ($4,697,800 in today's money) in a trust for the purposes of building and maintaining an art gallery in his memory. The Sarjeant was opened in September 1919 by the Prime Minister the Right Honourable William Massy.