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Tintype portrait of two children standing on stone steps outside an unidentified building. The boy is wearing a cardigan, trousers and shoes and the girl is wearing a dress with a light colour around the sleeves and collar, stockings and boots. Both children are looking directly at the camera and are not smiling.
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A96.282

Opening of the Puniho Native School, May 1903. A large tent with three flags flying from its ridge line is pictured between two wooden buildings. A group of seven figures stand in front of the tent and another figure is visible standing apart from the group on the right. Several horses with carts are pictured in the foreground.
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PHO2009-307

View of the wooden buildings at Puniho Native School.
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PHO2009-308

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Ambrotype portrait of an unidentified young boy. He is seated in a chair next to a table. He is wearing trousers, a jacket with large buttons and a scarf tied in a bow at his neck. He has his head held high so he is looking down his nose at the camera. His hands are in his lap. The portrait is not matted or contained in a case.
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A96.288

Pupils and teacher of Upper Mangorei School seated outdoors for school photograph. The names of the students are: Back row: ? Nita, Charlie Salisbury, Minie Carrick, Lily Oliver, Hans Hendricksen, Ben Brown, Arthur Oliver, Rose Cowling (teacher), Charlie Brown (standing in front)
Middle row: Mary (May) Wells, Cecil Wells, Johnnie Henrickson, Bertie Oliver, Frank Brown, Laura Brown, Willie Wells
Front row: Sean Carrick, May Oliver (Mrs Geo. Knauf), Norman Coad, Handley Brown, Harry Coad, Bertha Coad.
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PHO2001-188

View of Thomas Potter Lister's thatched cottage at Pukearuhe Armed Constabulary Station. Shows men milking cow, with horse and dog.
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PHO2004-212

Hand tinted ambrotype portrait of a unknown boy, possibly from the Woon family. He is standing on a high backed chair. He is holding the top of one side of the chair with one hand and has his other hand in his pocket. He is wearing a tunic with prominent buttons down the front and boots with socks. His skin has been hand tinted pink, particularly his cheeks. The portrait has an embossed metal frame with embossed metal edging and is housed in an embossed brown leather case with a missing lid. There are double clasps mounted on the right hand side of the case's base. The ambrotype is not covered with protective glass.
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A58.497

Name/Title
Percy Johnson as a boy standing in front of a horse (possibly 'Mermaid').
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PHO2005-194

Gloria Bird with her sister Melva Bird's bicycle (PA2006.036). Gloria is dressed in a Pierrot style costume consisting of a white loose fitting tunic, neck ruffle, pantaloons, and a black skull-cap. The bicycle is decorated with streamers, ribbon, and balloons. Behind Gloria are several motorcars.
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PHO2006-054

A young boy, Bill Rockett, pictured seated milking a cow.
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PHO2006-281

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An ambrotype portrait of an unidentified young boy seated on a side table. He wears a bow tie at the neck, jacket, long shorts and knee length socks. The portrait is contained in an embossed metal matt with an oval window and embossed metal edging, which has then been inserted into a black wooden frame with gold detailing.
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A97.532

Copy negative of original photograph showing a street parade during Urenui School 60th Jubilee celebrations. A small crowd of people can be seen watching from the side of the road as horses and a wagon pulled by cows go past. The Smith's Garage building can be seen in the midground.
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PHO2014-0381

Formal group portrait of of 21 children dressed in costume for the 1927 West End School Queen Carnival. The Carnival was held to raise funds to relocate the school to its current site on Bonithon Avenue. The young girl in the centre is Raeburne Jones (later Barclay) who was crowned Queen of the carnival. She is wearing a crown and long cape that is draped in front of the group. She and three other girls are holding bouquets. From left to right these three girls are Elsie Royce, Pat Durcle and Leta Rayner. One child sitting in the front is dressed as a jester and several other children are wearing wigs, hats and capes.
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PHO2014-0124

A carte-de-visite portrait of Mrs Sarah Honeyfield (nee Barrett), seated holding baby Ellen Caroline Honeyfield.
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PHO2007-120

A copy photograph of the children of Harold Chapman-Taylor and wife Kathleen standing outside the house on the 'Rosanagh' property, Ngaere. The house belonged to Theodore and Ada Taylor, parents of Harold and James Chapman-Taylor, and was built in 1886. They named the property 'Rosanagh' after Theodore's father's birthplace, Rosanna, in Ireland.
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PHO2010-0450

Group portrait of New Plymouth High School Cricket Eleven posed in a studio. Twelve boys pictured dressed in white. Studio background is a painted backdrop with columns, a wrought iron gate and vines.

Standing back row, left to right: Gerald Chong, Ruthven Monteath, Robert Sinclair, Eric Colson, Charles Crone, Kenneth Ewing, Leo Hooker
Sitting front row, left to right: John Grey, Leonard Goss, Norman Little, Alan Little, Ian Pott
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PHO2007-264

Group portrait of girls from Chetwode School, New Plymouth. The girls are all wearing uniforms and a number of them are reading books or knitting. The majority of the girls are not looking at the camera. The school building is visible in the background.
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PHO2009-031

Photo postcard of girls playing tennis on a grass court outside Chetwode School, New Plymouth. The school is partially obscured by large trees in the background. All of the girls wear dresses or long skirts. Two older women, possibly teachers, are standing in the middleground.
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PHO2009-030

Edith and Constance Stanford as older women standing in a garden. Both wear dresses and hats that partially obscure their faces. Edith Stanford established Chetwode School in New Plymouth and Constance Stanford ran Carncott School in Palmerston North.
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PHO2009-032

Name/Title
Edith Stanford as older woman standing on the porch of a house in Wanganui. She wears a dress with a large corsage on the front and is wearing glasses. Edith Stanford established Chetwode School in New Plymouth.
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PHO2009-033

Photograph of Pamela and Patricia Fitz Gerald as children. Pamela, 3 years old, is on the left wearing a rabbit costume. Patricia, 4 years old, is on the right wearing a strawberry costume. They are standing in front of a group od large bushes and trees. The costumes were made by their mother Florence Fitz Gerald of Uruti.
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PHO2014-0029

Formal group portrait from the Kaimiro School 100th Jubliee, May 1997. There are 6 people seated in the front row and 7 people standing in the back row. There is a sign in front that reads "Kaimiro School & District Centennial Jubilee 1897-1927". The group are situated on a lawn with trees in the background.

Back row from left: Bill Zimmerman, Joyce Johnston (nee Shoemark), Sheila Drinkwater (nee Paterson), Ronald Gopperth, Julia Clark (nee Schrider or Schrader), Leon Gopperth and Lance Peters.
Front row from left: Evelyn Broadmore (nee Shoemark), Hugh Paterson, Sylvia Hopson (nee Bannan), Eileen Egarr (nee Shoemark), Evelyn Whittaker (nee Wellington) and Minne Schreber (nee Wellington).

Kaimiro School was established in 1897 and closed down at the end of 2005.
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PHO2014-0200

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Photograph showing the home of Philip Bint and his family in Tarata, Taranaki. The single-storey house has two windows in the front and a chimney-like structure on the right. Behind the house there are several hills with flattened trees and scrub visible. There is a fence in front of the house with a path leading up to the door. The path is lined with small rounded shrubs. The photograph is contained in a cardboard enclosure.

Philip's daugther Catherine can be seen sitting against the fencepost to the right of the path. She is wearing a light-tone pinafore over a dark-sleeved top and she has a dark shawl on her head. Catherine became known as Kate and later married Sydney George Smith.
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PHO2015-0120
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