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Snapshot of a man identified as George seated next to a shell identified as an 8.2" Turkish sheel. A muddy bank is visible behind him. George is wearing full military uniform.
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Snapshot of four soldiers seated outside a bivouac in Shrapnel Gully, Gallipoli, Turkey. The soldiers are in uniform. Some of them hold letters. The area behind them in covered in scrub.
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Snapshot of soldiers lining up to fill their water bottles from a barrel. The barrel can be seen in the lower left hand corner of the photograph. The soldiers are in military dress but some appear to have taken their shirts off or adapted their uniforms to deal with the summer heat. A dirt bank and hill is visible behind the soldiers.
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Snapshot of a group of men identified as Indian mule drivers at the water's edge on Anzac Beach, Gallipoli, Turkey. The mule drivers are wearing turbans and are darawing water. There is a wharf visible behind them.
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View of a hillside covered in scrub. The photograph is out of focus.
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View looking down on Anzac Beach, Gallipoli, Turkey from above. Several wharves can be seen extending from the beach. The foreground of the photograph is dominated by sheer hillside covered in scrub.
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Snapshot of soldiers in uniform sitting and standing on the deck of a ship. The ship is at sea and is bound for the Greek island of Lemnos. A horn-shaped ventillator dominates the central part of the photograph.
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View of uniformed troops walking about on a wharf in the town of Moudros on the island of Lemnos, Greece. Watson has identified the troops as being Sudanese, Senegalese and French. The date of the photograph has been given as 7 June 1915 but this does not fit with Watson's itinerary. The photograph was likely taken later in June, around the 21-23rd June 1915.
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View of people and a horse or donkey gathered at a well in Mudros on the island of Lemnos, Greece. Several people can be seen bent over to draw water in the bottom right hand corner of the photograph. A stone wall and building and some trees are visible behind.
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View of a wharf in Mudros on the Island of Lemnos, Greece. A boat laden with cargo is tied up at the wharf. The masts of other boats are visible behind it. A group of people is seated on the edge of the wharf in the bottom right hand corner of the photograph. A soldier, whom Watson has identified as Sudanese, appears in the left hand side of the photograph. Another man walks behind him. He is carrying a basket on his back.
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View of an Allied hospital camp seen from Moudros village on the island of Lemnos, Greece. Lines of tents can be seen on a plain beyond two low stone walls. Two tall, round buildings, possibly windmills, appear in the middle of the plain. The heads of three young children emerge from the bottom of the photograph.
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View of several ships in the harbour on the island of Lemnos, Greece.
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Framed coloured presentation to Captain F.W. Okey. Includes an oval-shaped black and white photographic image of F.W. Okey with seven other slightly smaller oval-shaped images of the following individuals:
Lieut Bellringer
Sergeant Joseph
Col Sergeant Lister
Sergeant Clarke
Sergeant McKeown
Sergeant Black
Lieut Lever
Text accompanying photographic images (handwritten in pale pink, blue and white paint) reads as follows: "Presented to / Captain F.W. Okey, / by the Officers, Non-Commissioned officers / and Men of the Taranaki Rifle Volunteers / as a mark of esteem / June 3rd 1907". Above the eight portraits is a black and white photographic image of the Taranaki Rifles Volunteers, 1907. Surrounding all photographic images is a beige coloured mat upon which is painted an elaborately scrolled shield-like shape. Motifs surrounding the outside of the shield include a set of colours, fern leaves and two rifles (at lower edge). Handpainted in black along lower edge is the following: "Alf Lee, del / J. Hooker & Co., / New Plymouth / Photos by COLLIS, N.P." Plain wooden frame - greenish black in the centre panel and lighter shade of green on either side edge.
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The 65th Regiment on parade on Mount Eliot, New Plymouth. The soldiers are in full military uniform. A number of people watch the parade from the top of the hill. Houses on the left side of the photograph. A soldier in the centre of the image is handing over an object to another soldier.
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Photograph of the fife and drum band at Parihaka. There is a large group of men standing in front of Taare Waitara's house. The fife and drum band stand with their instruments and three men are seated on the ground with two small drums and one large drum. There are various other men dressed in suits standing on the sides and in the background. The members of the fife and drum band are wearing colars and flax skirts.
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Photograph of the fife and drum band outside of Taare (Charlie) Waitara's house at Parihaka. The photograph was taken from quite far away and to the left. Members of the band wear collars and flax skirts while other men gather behind and to the sides are wearing suits.
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View of the Waireka battlefield on the occasion of a picnic celebrating an anniversary of the battle. In the foreground Antonio Rodriguez de Sardinha (holder of a New Zealand Cross) is seated on the ground. In the background crowds of people are gathered into groups and children are seated on the ground. The pink marking in the background left indicates the site of the Maori pa and the other white markings on the right toward the wooded gully represent the paths the Maori took after being driven out of the pa by Captain Cracroft and his men. The photograph has been retouched and it is adhered to card.
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Photograph of a group of Armed Constabulary officers relaxing by a tree at Parihaka. The men have swords at their sides. There is a fence in the background. Photograph has been mounted on card.
Front (left to right): Captains Baker and Anderson, Lieutenant-Colonel John Mackintosh Roberts, Captains Gilbert Mair, Henry William Northcroft, W B Messenger and Major F Y Goring.
Back (left to right): Captains W E Gudgeon, H Morrison, Gordon, Taylor, Powell, Fortescue, S Newall and Major A Tuke.
See photograph file card for further identification.
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Photograph of a military parade at the Nelson Camp at Parihaka. A large group of soldiers is lined up with the commanding officer standing at the front of the group (back to the camera). A number of tents can be seen in the background at the top of a hill. Photograph has been mounted to card.
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Cabinet card sized photograph of Inspector John Bell Thomson. Thomson is seated on a chair with fur on it. His left arm is resting on a covered table. His right arm is situated in his lap. He is dressed in military uniform and is wearing a hat.
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Cabinet card portrait photograph of Colonel John Ellis of the 43rd Regiment. Ellis is dressed in a suit. He is looking toward the left hand side of the image. The photograph has been adhered to a grey coloured cabinet card.
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Photograph of the site of the Waireka Battle. The coast is on the right hand side of the photograph. There are white 'x' markings on the photograph which highlight the bullock route from the beach and location on the beach of a small kiln. The photograph is unmounted.
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Photograph of various prominent people at the unveiling of the Taranaki Wars memorial on top of Marsland Hill. Governor-General William Plunket is second from the right hand side of the image and his wife, Lady Victoria Alexandrina, stands beside him. Other prominent soldiers are also pictured in the photograph: Colonel Ellis is next to the Governor-General, Mr Quigley is next to Lady Plunket, and Mr Crone is next to Mr Quigley. The monument on Marsland Hill is located behind them.
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Three men in military uniform stand with mountainous hills behind them. There are tents pitched behind them. Location is ANZAC Cove, Gallipoli.
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Family album includes studio portraits of Ruthven McLauren Monteath in full dress military uniform c.1916 and group portraits taken in the field during service. The album also contains Monteath family photographs within New Zealand and abroad, including the family home on Octavius Place New Plymouth. Many of the photographs in the second half of the album are post-WWI and are unidentified.
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