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Mary Olliver.
Our very first Teens Librarian 2002-2005
Sunset Intermediate 1970 Staff.
Are you in this photo? Can you name your colleagues? Back Row: Unknown; Mr Stone; Front Row: Unknown; Dawn Davies; Unknown; Peter Winks; Unknown; Bill Ryan; Unknown
Malfroy Geysers, Sanatorium, Rotorua.
 John Michel Camille Malfroy, known as Camille Malfroy, was a native of France and arrived in Victoria, Australia in the eartly 1850s looking for gold. He came over to the West Coast
Frederick Donald Peters.
Frederick Donald Peters, (father of my mother June Woolliams ). Fred was a Rotorua Plumber who plumbed the mill houses at Mamaku circa 1937 onwards before moving into Rotorua and
Teens Shelving 2009.
Colourful shelving used only in our TeenZone. 
Rotorua Museum of Art and History.
Photograph by Alison Leigh (May 2013) Previously known as the 'The Bath House' when opened in 1908 became 'The Bath House, Rotorua's Art & History Museum',  Rotorua Art & History Museum Te
Rotorua Police Station from 1969 to April 2012.
Rotorua Police Station, 1940 to 1969 as at March 2012.  Photograph by Faeryl Rotherham.               
Yoroi Kabuto suit at Rotorua Library.
This suit was presented to Rotorua District Council by Mr Kenji Nishi, President of the Oita Prefecture NZ Friendship Association, to mark the 10th Anniversary of the Sister City relationship
Kuirau.
Artist : Takutaimoana Harawira  Title : Kuirau    Photo by Alison Leigh
Ore Ore.
Artist : Nigel Scanlon Andesite and Oamaru stone Artist description : Ubiquitous. Ever present energy within us all; shimmering just out of sight.   Photo by Alison Leigh This piece
Geyser.
´╗┐Title: Geyser Artist: Susan Dinkelacker This sculpture was carved for the 2018 Rotorua Sculpture Symposium. The theme was “Nga Wai o Rotorua”. It will form part of the Sulphur Lake
Te Korokoro o te Parata  (Throat of the Parata.
Peter Edwards  Taranaki andesite   When the time came for Te Arawa to sail, Tama-te-Kapua, having already pursued Whakaoti-Rangi, wife of Ruaeo, to abandon her husband also kidnapped Ngatoro-i-Rangi, navigator
Kuirau Park Sculptures 1.
Anchor Peace by Jocelyn Platt. Purchased by the Rotorua Sulphur City Lions as part of their Centennial Legacy Project 1917-2017.  of Hinuera Ignimbrite   Anchor stone - holding people to a place
Cant.
Title: Cant Artist: Jamie Pickernell This sculpture was carved for the 2018 Rotorua Sculpture Symposium. The theme was “Nga Wai o Rotorua”. It will form part of the Sulphur Lake