To Encyclopaedia of New Zealand
The main author and responsible editor of the work was the New Zealand historian Alexander Hare McLintock , who was employed as a historian for the library of the New Zealand parliament in Wellington in 1952. In addition to the publications on the history of New Zealand parliamentarism and an atlas about New Zealand, he was commissioned in the early 1960s to create an encyclopedia about New Zealand. The work, which spanned three volumes, counted over three million words, spread over 1,800 articles, written by 359 authors. It was released in 1966.
- Alexander Hare McLintock : An Encyclopaedia of New Zealand . Ed .: New Zealand Government . 3 volumes. Wellington 1966 (English).
- Edmund Bohan : McLintock, Alexander Hare . In: Dictionary of New Zealand Biography . Volume 4 . Bridget Williams Books , Wellington 1998 ( online [accessed December 13, 2015]).
- Welcome to the digitized version of AH McLintock's 1966 Encyclopaedia of New Zealand . Ministry for Culture & Heritage ,accessed on December 13, 2015(English, the data of the online edition were taken from the original and not corrected or subsequently edited.).
- Shirley Tunnicliff : Creating a National Spirit: Celebrating New Zealand's Centennial . Victoria University Press , Wellington 2004, 10: Scholefield's Dictionary , pp. 147 (English,  [accessed December 13, 2015]).
- Bohan : McLintock, Alexander Hare . In: Dictionary of New Zealand Biography . 1998.