Sir George Grey Pioneer of Empire in Southern Lands
1. The dispatches, enclosures, and reports that passed between Governor Grey and the Secretaries of State for the Colonies, 1841-1868, are the most important documents; and it is impossible to compile a life of Sir George Grey without them. Many of these dispatches have been published, and may be found in the Public Libraries at Adelaide, South Australia; Capetown, South Africa; and Wellington, New Zealand. The manuscripts are preserved at Government House in each Colony.
2. The correspondence, essays, pamphlets, notes, maps, and general papers in the Grey Collections of the South African and Auckland Public Libraries.
3. A valuable collection of private papers in the possession of Sir George Grey's nephew, the Honourable Seymour Thorne-George, St. Stephen's Avenue, Auckland.