Credits and Acknowledgements

This project would not have been possible without the help of the following individuals and institutions.

  • Claire Regnault, Michael Fitzgerald and Adrian Kingston, Te Papa
  • Diane Pivac, James Taylor and Sarah Johnston, Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision
  • Descendants of the Berry Family
  • Claire Murdoch, Te Papa Press
  • Lillie Le Dorré and Jared Davidson, Archives New Zealand
  • Virginia Gow, WW100 Office 
  • Jocelyn Chalmers and library staff, Alexander Turnbull Library

Special thanks to the living relatives of our Wall Stories Individuals

  • The Burnell Family for Frederick Smith, Karori
  • Barbara Sworder for Thomas Lomas, Wadestown
  • Mary Wood for Ernest Kilby, Island Bay
  • Neil and Helen Algar for Beethoven Algar, Worser Bay
  • The extended Tahiwi whānau for Pirimi Tahiwi, Otaki
  • Jill Bishopp and Euan Hubbard for Ida Willis, Johsonville
  • Julie Swinburn and family for Norman Cummins, Newtown
  • Brian Smythe, Pepe Becker and family for Hugh ‘Deci’ Bridge, Roseneath
  • Leo Francis for Doug Dibley, Island Bay
  • Caroline Wharfe for Leslie Hawker, Mt Victoria

Projection Material

  • Sarah Hunter – Director
  • Daria Malesic – Editor
  • Storybox
  • Spyglass Group Ltd

Moving image credits

Still image credits

    • Alexander Turnbull Library (full list of caption material in projections available on request)
    • Wellington City Archives (full list of caption material in projections available on request)
    • All images at 147 Cuba St Portraits of Soldiers and their Families by Berry & Co. Photographers, 1912-1919. Courtesy of Te Papa

    Sound credits

    • Pokarekare Ana excerpt courtesy of Kiwi Pacific Records from ‘Ana Hato Raua Ko Deane Waretini – Legendary Recordings 1927-49’
      Available for purchase from Kiwi Pacific Records.
    • The Trumpeter excerpt courtesy of Saydisc Records, from Raymond Newell and Ian Swinley 78rpm record ‘Keep The Home Fires Burning’ 1986
      www.saydisc.com

    Full list of sound credits in waterfront projection available on request.

    With thanks from the Project Team

    • Dilys Grant – Project Manager
    • Anna Dean – Concept & Content Curation
    • Hannah August – Research & Interpretation
    • bent – Project Artist
    • Emily Hakaraia – Production/Site Manager
    • Michael de Stacpoole - Research Assistance
    • Hamish Steptoe – Logo design
    • Wellington City Council External Communications and Creative Team

    With thanks to

    • Claire Regnault, Michael Fitzgerald and Adrian Kingston, Te Papa
    • Diane Pivac, James Taylor and Sarah Johnston, Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision
    • Descendants of the Berry Family
    • Claire Murdoch, Te Papa Press
    • Lillie Le Dorré and Jared Davidson, Archives New Zealand
    • Virginia Gow, WW100 Office 
    • Jocelyn Chalmers and library staff, Alexander Turnbull Library

    Special thanks to the living relatives of our Wall Stories Individuals

    • The Burnell Family for Frederick Smith, Karori
    • Barbara Sworder for Thomas Lomas, Wadestown
    • Mary Wood for Ernest Kilby, Island Bay
    • Neil and Helen Algar for Beethoven Algar, Worser Bay
    • The extended Tahiwi whānau for Pirimi Tahiwi, Otaki
    • Jill Bishopp and Euan Hubbard for Ida Willis, Johsonville
    • Julie Swinburn and family for Norman Cummins, Newtown
    • Brian Smythe, Pepe Becker and family for Hugh ‘Deci’ Bridge, Roseneath
    • Leo Francis for Doug Dibley, Island Bay
    • Caroline Wharfe for Leslie Hawker, Mt Victoria

    Projection Material

    • Sarah Hunter – Director
    • Daria Malesic – Editor
    • Storybox
    • Spyglass Group Ltd

    Moving image credits

    Still image credits

      • Alexander Turnbull Library (full list of caption material in projections available on request)
      • Wellington City Archives (full list of caption material in projections available on request)
      • All images at 147 Cuba St Portraits of Soldiers and their Families by Berry & Co. Photographers, 1912-1919. Courtesy of Te Papa

      Sound credits

      • Pokarekare Ana excerpt courtesy of Kiwi Pacific Records from ‘Ana Hato Raua Ko Deane Waretini – Legendary Recordings 1927-49’
        Available for purchase from Kiwi Pacific Records.
      • The Trumpeter excerpt courtesy of Saydisc Records, from Raymond Newell and Ian Swinley 78rpm record ‘Keep The Home Fires Burning’ 1986
        www.saydisc.com

      Full list of sound credits in waterfront projection available on request.

      With thanks from the Project Team

      • Dilys Grant – Project Manager
      • Anna Dean – Concept & Content Curation
      • Hannah August – Research & Interpretation
      • bent – Project Artist
      • Emily Hakaraia – Production/Site Manager
      • Michael de Stacpoole - Research Assistance
      • Hamish Steptoe – Logo design
      • Wellington City Council External Communications and Creative Team

      With thanks to