The Pledge

The Pledge was a project led by Christchurch lawyer, Garth Gallaway, in collaboration with Rainbow Print, Spicers Paper, Newstalk ZB, Cover to Cover, adgraphix, iSite and The Press. Books were made available in locations around Canterbury for six weeks from 22 March 2011, exactly one month after the 22 February 2011 earthquake. People could sign the books to pledge their commitment to Canterbury and the rebuild of Christchurch. For more information about The Pledge, visit https://www.facebook.com/cantabpledge. This collection holds a digital copy of the books, created with the help of New Zealand Micrographic Services. Signatures and addresses, where present, have been removed in order to protect individuals' privacy.

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9:37pm 6th November 2017
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Contains 16 items in 1 collection


The Pledge, Book 1
The Pledge, Book 1
A copy of book one of The Pledge, a project led by Christchurch lawyer, Garth Gallaway, in collaboration with Rainbow Print, Spicers Paper, Newstalk ZB, Cover to Cover, adgraphix, iSite and The Press. The Pledge books were made available in locations around Canterbury for six weeks from 22 March 2011, exactly one month after the 22 February 2011 earthquake. People could sign the books to pledge their commitment to Canterbury and the rebuild of Christchurch. This book was digitised with the help of New Zealand Micrographic Services. Signatures and addresses, where present, have been removed in order to protect individuals' privacy.
Contains 237 items
The Pledge, Book 2
The Pledge, Book 2
A copy of book two of The Pledge, a project led by Christchurch lawyer, Garth Gallaway, in collaboration with Rainbow Print, Spicers Paper, Newstalk ZB, Cover to Cover, adgraphix, iSite and The Press. The Pledge books were made available in locations around Canterbury for six weeks from 22 March 2011, exactly one month after the 22 February 2011 earthquake. People could sign the books to pledge their commitment to Canterbury and the rebuild of Christchurch. This book was digitised with the help of New Zealand Micrographic Services. Signatures and addresses, where present, have been removed in order to protect individuals' privacy.
Contains 180 items
The Pledge, Book 3
The Pledge, Book 3
A copy of book three of The Pledge, a project led by Christchurch lawyer, Garth Gallaway, in collaboration with Rainbow Print, Spicers Paper, Newstalk ZB, Cover to Cover, adgraphix, iSite and The Press. The Pledge books were made available in locations around Canterbury for six weeks from 22 March 2011, exactly one month after the 22 February 2011 earthquake. People could sign the books to pledge their commitment to Canterbury and the rebuild of Christchurch. This book was digitised with the help of New Zealand Micrographic Services. Signatures and addresses, where present, have been removed in order to protect individuals' privacy.
Contains 187 items
The Pledge, Book 4
The Pledge, Book 4
A copy of book four of The Pledge, a project led by Christchurch lawyer, Garth Gallaway, in collaboration with Rainbow Print, Spicers Paper, Newstalk ZB, Cover to Cover, adgraphix, iSite and The Press. The Pledge books were made available in locations around Canterbury for six weeks from 22 March 2011, exactly one month after the 22 February 2011 earthquake. People could sign the books to pledge their commitment to Canterbury and the rebuild of Christchurch. This book was digitised with the help of New Zealand Micrographic Services. Signatures and addresses, where present, have been removed in order to protect individuals' privacy.
Contains 228 items
The Pledge, Book 5
The Pledge, Book 5
A copy of book five of The Pledge, a project led by Christchurch lawyer, Garth Gallaway, in collaboration with Rainbow Print, Spicers Paper, Newstalk ZB, Cover to Cover, adgraphix, iSite and The Press. The Pledge books were made available in locations around Canterbury for six weeks from 22 March 2011, exactly one month after the 22 February 2011 earthquake. People could sign the books to pledge their commitment to Canterbury and the rebuild of Christchurch. This book was digitised with the help of New Zealand Micrographic Services. Signatures and addresses, where present, have been removed in order to protect individuals' privacy.
Contains 218 items
The Pledge, Book 6
The Pledge, Book 6
A copy of book six of The Pledge, a project led by Christchurch lawyer, Garth Gallaway, in collaboration with Rainbow Print, Spicers Paper, Newstalk ZB, Cover to Cover, adgraphix, iSite and The Press. The Pledge books were made available in locations around Canterbury for six weeks from 22 March 2011, exactly one month after the 22 February 2011 earthquake. People could sign the books to pledge their commitment to Canterbury and the rebuild of Christchurch. This book was digitised with the help of New Zealand Micrographic Services. Signatures and addresses, where present, have been removed in order to protect individuals' privacy.
Contains 186 items
The Pledge, Book 7
The Pledge, Book 7
A copy of book seven of The Pledge, a project led by Christchurch lawyer, Garth Gallaway, in collaboration with Rainbow Print, Spicers Paper, Newstalk ZB, Cover to Cover, adgraphix, iSite and The Press. The Pledge books were made available in locations around Canterbury for six weeks from 22 March 2011, exactly one month after the 22 February 2011 earthquake. People could sign the books to pledge their commitment to Canterbury and the rebuild of Christchurch. This book was digitised with the help of New Zealand Micrographic Services. Signatures and addresses, where present, have been removed in order to protect individuals' privacy.
Contains 221 items
The Pledge, Book 8
The Pledge, Book 8
A copy of book eight of The Pledge, a project led by Christchurch lawyer, Garth Gallaway, in collaboration with Rainbow Print, Spicers Paper, Newstalk ZB, Cover to Cover, adgraphix, iSite and The Press. The Pledge books were made available in locations around Canterbury for six weeks from 22 March 2011, exactly one month after the 22 February 2011 earthquake. People could sign the books to pledge their commitment to Canterbury and the rebuild of Christchurch. This book was digitised with the help of New Zealand Micrographic Services. Signatures and addresses, where present, have been removed in order to protect individuals' privacy.
Contains 231 items