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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

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

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

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

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

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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 first Committee of Management at Parihaka. Three rows of men lined up in front of Wiremu Parata's house. The men are dressed in suits and most of them are wearing hats. Many of them have feathers attached to their hats or suits. Taare Waitara is located in the middle row, second from the left. There is a gathering of men, children, and one woman standing at the top of the hill in the background. They are watching the photograph being taken.
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PHO2008-1878

Armed Constabulary member wearing regulation cap, jacket, Bedford cord breeches and boots stands with rifle (Snider carbine) in his hands and a Maori prisoner beside him. The prisoner is on the right side of the guard. He has a full facial beard and sits with his arms rested on his knees. There is bush in the background. One of sixteen photographs framed together (A95.506 "Armed Constabulary, New Plymouth").
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PHO2009-147

Carte de visite of Robert Davies as a young child. Davies is sitting on a chair with fringing around the bottom of the seat and back. He is leaning up against a pillow that is propped against a pillar. He is wearing a light-tone top with dark sleeves and a striped belt around his chest. He is also wearing shoes with knee-high socks. Davies is holding something in his right hand. The carte de visite has a red border around the edge.
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PHO2013-0114

Military photograph with 13 men in full military uniform standing in front of a group of trees. Two of the men are carrying flags and the others are carrying bayonets. Victor Caddy Davies is thrid from the right in the front row. The uniform he is wearing is also part of Puke Ariki's collection.
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PHO2013-0128

Lietenants William Johnson, J. C. Davies, G.H. Powley, and Thomas McGuiness (from left to right). Johnson has a patch over his left eye, Davies is seated with his hand held to his face, Powley is standing and holding a pocket watch and McGuiness is seated on the righ and has a full white beard. There are curtains draped behind the group and a vase of flowers on a table behind Johnson. The photograph is pasted onto a brown cardboard support. There is a newspaper clipping adhered to the back that refers to the inspection of veterans at Marsland Hill by His Excellency the Governer.
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PHO2014-0127

Seated portrait of Mary Ann Smith (nee Golding), wife of Edward Metcalf Smith. Mary is seated at one end of a large and elaborate wicker bench. She is wearing a full-length dark gown with beading on the front and sheer polka-dot sleeves. She is also wearing dark elbow-length gloves, a choker necklace and a hairpeice. She is holding a fan in her right hand. A painted backdrop with a large vase of flowers can be seen in the background.
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PHO2015-0112

Group portrait of Nicholas Golding on his 90th birthday with his daughter Mary Ann Smith and the first Smith male in each line of descent: Nicholas' grandson William Joseph Smith (standing on right), his great-grandson Lawrence (Laurie) Smith (standing on left) and his great-great-grandson Edward (Ned) Smith (seated). Mary is seated on a wicker chair and is wearing a dark gown. All of the men are wearing suits, except for Ned who is wearing a light-tone gown. There is a studio backdrop with draped curtains visible in the background.
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PHO2015-0113

Frederick L Webster stands with left hand resting on fur skin on top of a table beside him with Mr J S McKellar seated beside him on chair. Both men have beards and wear checked suits.
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PHO2008-1656

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Oversized photograph of the Easter Encampment at Waiwakaiho. Photograph has been mounted on a large card. There is red framing around the photograph. Image depicts a number of white tents in an open field. Large groups of soldiers are gathered between the tents.
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PHO2009-015

Horizontal cabinet card of (left to right) William Johnson, G.H. Powley, J.C. Davies, and Thomas McGuinness. The four men are dressed in suits. Johnson is on the far left and appears to have a patch over his left eye; Powley sits with his hand near his face; Davies is standing and holding a pocket watch with his left hand; McGuinness is sitting on the far right and he has a large, white beard. There is a small plant/tree in the background on the left side of the image.
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PHO2008-1686

Cabinet card of Medical Sergeant James Hill of the 57th Regiment and his wife. Hill is standing, dressed in military uniform, and his wife is seated, dressed in a fancy dress. Hill is resting his right hand on the back of the chair. The couple are pictured in amongst a few trees.
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PHO2008-1688

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Photograph of the Papataniwha rock featre on the coast in the region of Omata. Paritutu can be seen in the background. There is a group of people standing under the rock formation. The photograph is mounted on card.
Back row (left to right): Florence Veale, Linda Veale, Essy Beale, Percy Veale, Stanley Tingey, Monte Avery, Kathleen Collis.
Front row (left to right): W.F. Gordon, A. Weller, T. Furlong, Maggie Collis, Hanley Collis.
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PHO2009-112

Photograph of Maori men preparing for a haka. Them men are dressed in traditional flax skirts and are standing in lines. There is a man facing the camera who appears to be dancing or jumping. He is holding a patu in his right hand. On the left hand side of the image is a blurred man who is holding a spear. One of the hills of Parihaka is in the background. All of the men have feathers in their hair.
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PHO2008-1906

Photograph of a group of children and Taare Waitara at Parihaka mounted on card. The children are in three rows with those in the first row seated, those in the second are kneeling, and those in the third row are standing. Taare Waitara is standing in the centre of the group - he is wearing a suit and a hat and his pocket watch can be seen. He is holding a staff in his right hand. The children are holding feathers and some have them in their hair. There is a hill that has been cleared of trees and bush in the background.
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PHO2008-1907
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