02005ntc a22002297i 45000010005000000080041000050400026000461000036000722450029001082640016001373000027001533360021001803370023002013380032002245000016002565060028002725200734003005330077010345400079011115450431011908560154016211323140313k19201938xx 000 0|eng d aANU:PMBcANU:PMBerda1 aGarsia, Rupert Clared1887-195410aPapers relating to Nauru c1920 - 1938 a1 reel; 35mm microfilm atext2rdacontent acomputer2rdamedia aonline resource2rdacarrier aAU PMB MS 5 aAvailable for reference2 aCommander Rupert C. Garsia was Administrator of Nauru from 1933 to 1938. He died c.1954. His wife Mrs Dorothea Garsia, died in Canberra on May 16, 1968. The papers consist of three documents relating mainly to Commander Garsia's period of administration of Nauru. They are: 1. A diary of Mrs Dorothea Garsia for the period May 22, 1934 to November 16, 1938. 2. Notes by Commander Garsia on the history of Nauru from 1788 to 1933 and an account of the Nauru Administration and community health and health facilities around the time of Garsia's arrival in 1933. 3. A brief outline of medical work at Nauru from 1933 to 1938 (with an introduction covering 1920-1932) by Dr T.M. Clouston, Government Medical Officer, Nauru. aElectronic reproduction:bCanberra :cPacific Manuscripts Bureau, d2014 aAvailable for referenceuhttp://asiapacific.anu.edu.au/pambu/copyright.php0 aNaval officer, born 9 October 1887 at Christchurch, Aotearoa/New Zealand. Son of Captain Christopher Garsia and Elizabeth Parker Garsia (nee Watson). Educated at Christchurch Boys' High School and later in England on HMS Britannia (the Royal Navy's training ship). Brother of Lieutenant Oliver Dunham Melville Garsia, Duke of Cornwalls Light Infantry (Information from Auckland War Memorial Museum cenotaph records).41uhttp://asiapacific.anu.edu.au/pambu/digital/catalogue/index.php/papers-relating-to-nauruzView this item in the Pacific Manuscripts Bureau Catalogue.