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Christmas on the Lakeland Queen.
Anne Moon & Husband.
Library Staff, Pete Whareaitu (R.I.P.
Whareaitu, Peter Library Assistant (Evening) Evening Team Supervisor Evening Team Supervisor Technical Serv. Support Officer 29 Apr 1996 18 Jul 2006 5 Oct 2009 20 Sep 2011 17 Jul 2006
Library Staff Photo.
Impromptu photograph taken to give to Pete Whareaitu 2016.
Michele Royal-Hepi.
  Library Asst., Lending Services Parental leave Lib Asst 20 hrs Lending Services Saturdays Asst. + Mondays (Temp – Thu & Fri Nights) Evenings & Saturday Lib. Asst. Lending Services
Map showing Jean Batten route NZ to England.
From Jean Batten Scrapbook put together by Mrs Sim in 1930s when Jean Batten made her world breaking flight from New Zealand to England. Originally published in the Weekly News
Mural by Paul X Walsh.
In Eruera Street. Photographs taken by Alison Leigh February 2018.
Last Post in the old library.
Our last moments in the old Library at 1135 Fenton Street, Piper (Glen Buckton) and last patrons (names not currently known), standing next to District Librarian Lesley Armstrong is Councillor
Robyn Stonehouse, retirement c1989.
The gold watch. Photograph by Rachel Pinkham.
Rachel Pinkham, Retirement 2013.
Rachel worked at Rotorua Library 1990-2013.
How we were.
New entrance 2009.
Graphix shelving unit, Side 2.
Graphix shelving unit, end on view.
Looking towards Arawa Street c2015.
Library Frontage Mural c2007-2016.
Due to the Te Aka Mauri refurbish & reincarnation this mural no longer exists. 
Te Aka Mauri, Rotorua Library, Fenton Agreement.
The pattern for the yellow floor reflects the tukutuku pattern Whare Tangata in Tamatekapua Marae in Ohinemutu. The floor has been named Ngā Pūmanawa e Waru signifying manaakitanga and the
Te Aka Mauri, Rotorua Library.
New Maori children's collection space.
Transition Library, Rotorua Library, Non-Fiction.
Non-fiction view 2.