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In a Strange Garden: The Life and Times of Truby King

List of Illustrations

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List of Illustrations

p. 2 Truby King (ATL 18662)

p. 25 Mrs Mary King, Truby's mother, c. 1850s. (ATL F11)

p. 25 Thomas King, c. 1860s. (ATL F41318 1/2 S P Andrew collection)

p. 28 Truby King's childhood home, New Plymouth. (Truby King — The Man, Mary King)

p. 32 Frederic Truby King, aged eight years. (Trub)> King — The Man, Mary King)

p. 41 SS Selembria. (Truby King — The Man, Mary King)

p. 42 Three top Edinburgh medical graduates, 1886. Truby King is on the left. (ATL 4 3222 1/2)

p. 43 Truby and Bella King, c. 1887. (Truby King — The Man, Mary King)

p. 52 Seacliff, the grand baronial asylum. (ATL F4322)

p. 58 Truby and Bella in the Seacliff garden, 1890s. (ATL 432)

p. 68 Travel in the Catlins wasn't easy, c. 1912. (ATL F46155 1/2)

p. 69 Truby King's timber mill at Tahakopa. (Stott family)

p. 71 Even the swedes lined up for Truby King. (ATL C24179)

p. 82 Mary King and Matron Charlotte Beswick in the Seacliff garden, C. 1910, dwarfed by giant Cardiocrinum, a rare member of the lily family from China. Photograph taken by Truby King. (White family)

p. 110 Kingscliff, the house at Karitane. (ATL 60879)

p. 117 Mary King in her early twenties. (Michael White)

p. 136 Lady Plunket presents first Plunket medal to Miss MacKinnon. (Great Days in New Zealand Nursing ATL NZC610.73 Rat)

p. 148 Bella King. (ATL 19919 1/2)

p. 175 Byron Brown and Truby King at the Otaki Health Camp, c. 1926.

p. 180 Melrose — The House of Windows, facing East. (ATL G48859 1/4)

p. 181 King and Plunket acolytes on the Melrose verandah. (ATL 154985 1/2)

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p. 182 Even doctors smoked in the 1920s. (ATL)

p. 186 The Melrose garden, c. 1934. (ATL F18464 1/1, Earle Andrew Collection)

p. 187 The Melrose garden at its best, c. 1943. (ATL F437 1/4, Pascoe Collection)

p. 201 Truby King in the 1930s, an old man. (ATL 1549861/2)

p. 204 Nurses keeping guard beside the coffin at St Paul's Cathedral. (Evening Post 14 Feb 1938)

p. 205 Funeral procession, Wellington. (ATL 48805 1/4)

p. 207 The unveiling of the Melrose commemorative plaque. (ATL C026305)

p. 208 The Karitane Hospital at Melrose. (Chris Chapman from Historic Places Trust, March 94 magazine)

p. 214 Potato diagram. (Feeding of Plants and Animals)

p. 230 The Karitane Products factory. (Chris Chapman from Historic Places Trust, March 94 magazine)

p. 236 The Melrose library, 1939. (ATL C15424, Evening Post collection)