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Great to see so many good books for young readers and to hear about the staff of NZ High Commission... read more

Reviewed 3 May 2013
Susan S
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Sydney, Australia
Annie Stronger Maddison Muller

I am from the Marshall Islands and very interested in obtaining any files or information you might... read more

Reviewed 30 January 2013
Josepha M
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Reviewed 25 October 2014 via mobile

The graffiti along the side of the building doesn't help, but this is at best an average looking building. There's a small collection of books inside. Possibly one area which could be addressed in future aid projects.

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Reviewed 9 May 2014

Certainly only place in the pacific to read French news from China. Should get help from Australasia to update books. Taiwanese volunteer went there to read for the kids. Great job Lesley !!!

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Reviewed 3 May 2013

Great to see so many good books for young readers and to hear about the staff of NZ High Commission leading reading for young kids. A good place to donate some good quality books if you can

1  Thank Susan S
Reviewed 30 January 2013

I am from the Marshall Islands and very interested in obtaining any files or information you might have on my great-great grandmother who died in Butaritari.

4  Thank Josepha M
Reviewed 19 April 2012

I am trying to get histories of my great ancestors... My family lineage is Annie and Heinrich=>Fritz>Rudolph>Victor>and Me "Chiee Muller"

2  Thank Chiee007
Reviewed 6 March 2012

Staff was helpful and although it isn't up to par with other National Libraries/Archives, management makes an effort to work on keeping it a good source of information for students and researchers.

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Reviewed 7 June 2011

Heinrich.Muller was married to Annie.Stronger-/they have children whon are Hermon,Fritz,Lina,Willy,Henry,& Archie.

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Hello Kiribati Library from Wise County Veterans of Texas! We are completing a veterans musem here under the charitable help from our communities and I presume your library also relys on public assistance with operating funds. We have in our group a veteran of the Tarawa battle who suggested I contact you with an idea to unearth some of the millions of spent, empty small arms cartridges that lie under the sands of Tarawa so that we might purchase them for resale. This might also be a project of interest to youth groups or other community based organizations on your island. We would be willing to pay $50 US for lots of 500 of such artifacts in recognizeable condition no matter the origin of them, either American or Japanese. Please let me know if you think this idea has merit and email me at Best wishes to you in all you do.
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Hi there, Great idea. Any answer from Kiribati? What is the Progress of that Project ? Hope to Hear from you. Valentin from Lixing - Lorraine in France. Region liberated in 1945 by us Army AND out Great uncle was... More
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