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Studio portrait of Kate Newbigin (nee Brooking) [right] and an unknown woman. Both women are dressed in formal clothes, wear hats and are holding umbrellas. Newbigin is seated while the other woman is standing. Kate Newbigin arrived in New Plymouth on the 'Timandra' in 1842.
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PHO2009-202

Studio portrait of Mrs Nevil Walker, niece of Rewi Maniapoto, with her grand niece. Mrs Walker wears a dress with a neck scarf and drop earrings. She rests both her hands on the shoulders of her grand neice, who is leaning against Mrs Walker's legs.
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PHO2009-203

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Studio portrait of the Tippins family. Pictured in the rear (left to right): John (Jack), Richard, George. Front row (left to right): Nettie (Mrs Roebuck), Ben, William, Jane, Bessie. The Tippins family had a farm at Frankley Road.
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PHO2009-206

Studio portrait of John Edward Brewster riding a penny farthing bicycle. He is wearing a striped jersey, a striped cap, trousers and socks pulled up to his knees. He is posed against a painted studio backdrop. Brewster was the manager of the Colonial Sugar Refinery, Auckland. He married Isobel Carrington, daughter of surveyor Octavius Carrington.
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PHO2009-204

John Ellis stands in full military uniform with five medals pinned to his chest. He has a helmet on and a sword on his left hip, which he is holding in his left hand. He is wearing white gloves on his hands. He has a full facial beard. There is a plant to his right and a stand to his left side.
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PHO2009-261

Four Maori women, a Maori man and a young Maori girl are gathered beside a fence made of sticks. Three of the women are nursing an infant. A woman in the centre of the photograph holds aloft a stick with which she is beating washing. There are blankets hung along the fence beside the group. The man wears a bowler hat.
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PHO2012-0231

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View of the Manaia redoubt showing blockhouse and whares.
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PHO2001-494

Six members of the Armed Constabulary, New Plymouth. They wear the simplified uniform with shawl-kilt that replaced trousers, which evolved during the years of bush campaigning. This uniform was based on that used by Maori. One of sixteen photographs framed together (A95.506 "Armed Constabulary, New Plymouth").
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PHO2002-405

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Portrait of the Blenheim Well crew of 1913 shown at rear: 4th from left Josef Fruzyaski, 7th from left N. Chamondley. Front: 3rd from left Fran Rojeck, Piotr Ukleja the remainder unknown.
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PHO2002-624

Photograph of a large group of Waireka Battle Veterans sitting together near Ngamotu (the top of Paritutu can be seen in the rear). List of names at bottom of photograph (left to right, top to bottom): T. Shaw, I. Loveridge, W. Berridge, T. Langman, J. Andrews, W. Wilson, J. Pearn, I. Allen, J. Corney, J. Lawson, M. Carrick, E. Pearn, J. McKellar, A. Longman, C. Allen, C. Kingdon, T. McGuinness, E. Hart, F. Webster, C. Bullot, J. Newland, W. Pearn, W. Tatton, W. Free, M. Jonas, H. Newland, G. Hoby, H. Brown, G. Haigh, W. Harrison, G. Curtis, J. Honeyfield, C. Happ, J. Kenyon, W. Newland, F. Oliver,
Back Row: T. Shaw, L. Loveridge, H. Berridge, W. Marshall, I. Langman, J. Andrews, W. Wilson, J. Pearn , T. Allen, J. Corney, J. Lawson, M. Carrick, E. Pearn, J. McKellar, R. Langman, C. Allen, C. Kingdon, T. McGuiness, E. Hart, F. Webster, C. Bullot, J. Newland, W. Pearn, W. Tuffon, W. Free, M. Jonas, H. Newland, G. Hoby, H. Brown, G. Haigh, W. Harrison, G. Curtis, I. Honeyfield, C. Happ, J. Kenyon, W. Newland, F. Oliver, E. Armitage, F. J. Mace, W. D. Webster, E. Armitage, F.J. Mace (N.Z.C.), W.D. Webster
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PHO2002-735

Framed collection of sixteen small photographic prints of Armed Constabulary units/individuals and groups. Photographs dating from late 1860s and 1870s (?).
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A95.506

View of Parihaka taken from the rear. Fort Rolleston in left background. Armed Constabulary Camp in middle background. Nelson Camp in right background - all three are marked by a cross applied in black ink to the image.
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A64.078

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Part two of two part panorama photograph of Parihaka. View of the huts/whares and other buildings. Series of fences/palisading in the foreground. Image is mounted on paper.
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A64.076

Photographic print depicting a view of many rows of soldiers standing on the parade ground at Nelson Camp, Parihaka. Many tents surrounded by trees on hill in background. Several civilians are also in the image, including one with wearing an apron on the mid left hand side.
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A64.032

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Rameka Te Amai wearing a dog skin cloak (A79.966 - Huruhuru kuri), fur side out, holding a taiaha.
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A64.058

Lieutenant William Johnson, J.C.Davies, G.H.Powley, and Thomas McGuinness. Lieutenant William Johnson has a patch over his left eye.
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PHO2005-162

W. Bro.C.Finley, 1880. From portrait board of twenty four officers of Lodge Hawera #34
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PHO2006-200

Carte-de-visite studio bust portrait of Māori chief Porikapa Te Wareware from Parawaha pā, Ōkato. Porikapa has a full facial moko and is wearing a white shirt and suit jacket.
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PHO2009-303

Twelve members of the New Plymouth Harbour Board pictured next to the ship "Walkure". Sitting from left: E. Dockrill, E. Maxwell, J. B. Connett, Newton King and D. J. Hughes. The captain of the ship, Captain Westphal, is standing third from the right. Top of Paritutu visible upper right of photograph. Dated 10-20 June 1914.
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PHO2009-375

Bust portrait of George Curtis Senior. He has a long grey/white beard and is wearing a dark jacket. He is not looking directly at the camera.
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PHO2008-1662

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Photograph of lower Brougham Street and the Royal Hotel in New Plymouth. Buildings line the the sides of the road. There is a wooden fence on the right hand side of the image. Marsland Hill Barracks can be seen in the background on the right hand side of the photograph. Brougham Street goes uphill in the distance.
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PHO2008-1868

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Photograph of eight Maori at Parihaka. They are staning in the bush and the houses and hills of Parihaka are in the background. The woman (Mrs. Te Kaa) in the photograph is holding a baby (Te Whiri Wharehoka). The man on the right hand side of the photograph holds a small animal/lamb. The man second from the left is holding a plate of what looks like bread. The man wearing the hat in the centre of the photograph is Mr. Te Kaa.
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PHO2008-1857

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Cabinet card portrait of Rewi Maniapoto and family. Rewi Maniapoto sits in the middle with his right arm across his body. His son sits to his right and his daughter stands on his left between his wife who is sitting on the left. She wears a hat and a tartan skirt. The photograph is framed by an oval.
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PHO2008-1871

Photograph of the Armed Constabulary camp at Parihaka. View is from inside Parihaka at the bottom of a hill looking up the hill to the Armed Constabulary tents and soldiers. White tents are scattered at the top of the hills. Trees have been cleared. View of the roofs of thatched houses and fences. Image is quite faded around the edges.
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PHO2008-1876

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Photograph of Parihaka taken from the rear. View of the military camps in the background - from left to right: Fort Rolleston, Armed Constabulary Camp, Nelson Camp. The tents and other buildings of these camps can be seen on the hills in the background. Thatched houses and fences in the foreground.
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PHO2008-1877
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