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Portrait of Jane Gurner Campbell, wife of the Reverend John Campbell. She is seated at a small table holding a book. One hand is raised to the side of her face. She is wearing a dress with lace at the collar.
Accession No
A98.737

Name/Title
Portrait of an unidentified man wearing a dark suit with a blue tie and a hat. He has a beard.
Accession No
A98.738

Name/Title
Full length portrait of Joseph Campbell. He is wearing a suit and a cap. He is leaning against the back of a chair. Various other studio props are placed around him in the background. Campbell died at age 24.
Accession No
A98.739

Portrait of William Henry Skinner holding a printed piece of paper in his hands. Skinner is seated side on to the camera and is wearing a suit and tie. He is looking away from the camera.
Accession No
A66.163

Mary Anne "Granny" Wooldridge is seated in a chair outside in a grassy area in front a some large trees. She wears a light coloured hat with a dark coloured decoration on it, spectacles, and a dark coloured dress with a checkered blouse underneath. She holds a book open in her lap.
Accession No
PHO2012-0238

Name/Title
Formal studio photograph of Hone Pihama Te Rei Hanataua (also known as John Beecham). Hone Pihama stands in a studio setting and resting his right hand on a raised pedestal. He wears a dark toned waistcoat, jacket and pants and has a thick beard and moustache.
Accession No
PHO2012-0495

Name/Title
Studio portrait of Elizabeth Faull (nee Elvins), wife of Richard Faull. Mrs Faull is seated and has one arm resting against a table covered with a tassled table cloth. A vase of flowers sits on the table. Mrs Faull is wearing a dress, gloves, a cloak and a bonnet. She is looking directly at the camera. A curtain is visible on the left of the image. Patterned carpet is partially visible. Mrs Faull arrived in New Plymouth on the "William Bryant" settler ship with husband Richard and their four children on 30 March 1841.
Accession No
PHO2012-0502

Name/Title
Studio portrait of James Thomas Davis. Davis is seated and is wearing a suit. One arm is raised in a crooked position, but it is not actually resting against the table that can be seen on the left of the image. The table is covered with a tassled table cloth and several flowers are visible in the frame, presumably from a larger vase of flowers sitting on the table. A curtain is visible on the left of the image. The carpet is patterned. In 1883 Davis won £150 in an Auckland Cup sweepstake on a horse named The Poet and donated his winnings to pay for the construction of The Poet's Bridge in Pukekura Park. In 1891 Davis was found drowned under the bridge.
Accession No
PHO2012-0503

Name/Title
Studio portrait of Ngawaka Taurua. Taurua sits on a chair in a studio setting. There is a column painted on the wall behind him. He wears European dress and shoes. A watch chain is visible across his waistcoat. He wears a thick moustache and chops. Taurua was a member of the Pakakohe hapu of Ngati Ruanui who lived at Hukatere, south of the Patea River.
Accession No
PHO2013-0016

Three-quarter studio portrait of George Alfred Adlam, Past Grand Master (1883) of the Loyal Excelsior Lodge of Oddfellows. He wears lodge regalia and holds a gavel. He wears a thick beard. He stands before a table or bench on which there are a small opened book and a larger closed book.
Accession No
PHO2013-0067

Name/Title
A hand coloured photographic portrait of an unidentified woman. She wears a black high collared dress with a small clasp at her throat. Her hat is made of lace and she has black lace falling down either side of her face.
Accession No
A66.308

Name/Title
Studio ambrotype portrait of an unidentified young woman. She is wearing a formal dress with ribbon tied in a bow both around her neck and in her hair. She is standing next to a small round table and has her hands resting on it. She is holding an object, possibly a branch or a flower. The back of a chair is visible in the lower right hand corner. The woman's cheecks are lightly tinted pink. A dot of gold paint has been added at her neck for a brooch. Part of a three dimensional backdrop is visible on the left of the image. The ambrotype has no case or matting.
Accession No
A96.291

Portrait of John Edward 'Ned' Shewry, champion axeman. Ned is pictured cradling an axe in one arm and has his other arm resting on a table/cupboard. Two cups are standing on the top of the table/cupboard. Shewry is wearing a sash that says "Worlds Champ".
Accession No
A66.458

Hand tinted opaltype portrait of Phillip Eva Junior. He has a black beard and moustache and is wearing a black jacket, black bow tie and white shirt with single gold button at centre front.
Accession No
TM.1998.258

Twenty one portraits of members of the Taranaki Rifle Volunteers who took part in the Second Anglo-Boer War, 1901-1902. The portraits are matted together and have handwritten annotations under each photograph, in addition to other handwritten information. Collected and presented by Captain Felix T. Bellringer.
Accession No
A66.045

Copy photograph of a sketch of the Reverend William Bolland. The image is a bust portrait of Bolland. He is wearing a shirt, jacket and bow tie. Bolland was the first Vicar of St Mary's Church (now Taranaki Cathedral). He arrived in Auckland on March 1843 and was appointed vicar on 3 December 1843.
Accession No
A66.186

Name/Title
Hand-coloured head and shoulders photographic portrait of Whites Ltd chairman Percy James Hoyland White. Percy wears a black three-piece suit, a black tie and white shirt. He has a white handkerchief in his breast pocket.
Accession No
PHO2012-0335

Hand-coloured head and shoulders photographic portrait of Whites Ltd founder Stephen Boothby White. Stephen wears a black suite and a long white beard and moustache.
Accession No
PHO2012-0336

Portrait of Fred Grundy dressed in a magician's costume including a top-hat and bow-tie. Fred holds a deck of cards in a 'fan' with his left hand and points to the cards with his right hand.
Accession No
PHO2013-0033

Name/Title
Portrait of Mary Ann Tatton, wife of William Tatton. Her hair is in ringlets and she is wearing a black dress with white collar and a small bonnet. She arrived in New Plymouth on the ship 'Eden' from London on 29 October 1850. She is the mother of Emma Tatton, who married Henry des Forges.
Accession No
A66.428

Studio portrait of Jane Harvey (nee Rundle). She is seated and has one arm resting on a table covered with a tasselled table cloth. A book is resting on the table. Mrs Harvey is wearing a formal dress. She is also wearing earrings and a choker. On the left of the photograph a curtain and another chair are partially visible. The studio carpet is patterned. Mrs Harvey was a passenger on the Plymouth Company ship the Amelia Thompson that arrived in New Plymouth on 3 September 1841.
Accession No
PHO2012-0501

Name/Title
Heavily hand tinted photographic portrait of William Tatton. Tatton is clothed in a dark blue suit with waistcoat, white shirt with pearl buttons and dark blue tie. The top of fob chain is visible at the bottom of the image. He has thick brown hair with close cropped beard and moustache. Tatton arrived in New Plymouth with his wife and family on the 'Eden' from London on 29 October 1850.
Accession No
A66.223

Name/Title
An Opaltype image of Jane Johnson. Black image on white opaque glass (broken).
Accession No
PHO2005-159

Name/Title
Studio portrait of Mrs Ann Grylls, wife of Richard Grylls. She is wearing a dress and hat and is sitting on a chair with her right arm resting on table beside her. The table is covered with a tassled table cloth. In her left hand she holds a book which is resting in her lap. A curtain is visible on the left of the photograph. The studio carpet is visible and has a distinctive pattern. Mrs Grylls arrived in New Plymouth on the 'Amelia Thompson' in 1841.
Accession No
PHO2008-1652

Copy photograph of a portrait of Abraham Walley Mohammed Salaman. Salaman is wearing a jacket, scarf and glasses. He is looking directly at the camera.
Accession No
PHO2011-1991
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