World famous in Te Ara

Nappy Valley: Reference Group manager Janine Faulknor, bottom right, and her siblings, about 1969 (click for image credit)

Nappy Valley: Reference Group manager Janine Faulknor, bottom right, and her siblings, about 1969 (click for image credit)

Te Ara staff are a dedicated lot, as evidenced not only by their long hours of hard work, but also by the way they’ve happily plundered their family photo collections and posed for photos themselves to help illustrate the site.

Resource researcher Melanie Lovell-Smith on her fourth birthday (unfortunately she had a stomach bug, hence the white bowl to her right)

Resource researcher Melanie Lovell-Smith on her fourth birthday (unfortunately she had a stomach bug, hence the white bowl to her right)

As well as the many Te Ara-ites who feature in the entry Te Ara – a history, staff who appear in Te Ara – at varying ages and degrees of cuteness – or who have volunteered their family members or treasures for the site include:

General editor Jock Phillips in his back garden in 1950s Christchurch (click for image credit)

General editor Jock Phillips in his back garden in 1950s Christchurch (click for image credit)

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