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Black and white copy of an original carte-de-visite of Captain Percival Fortescue (left) and Tom Jenkin (right) both of the Taranaki Military Settlers/Armed Constabulary. Both men appear to be wearing military uniforms. Fortescue is seated in a wooden chair and he rests his right arm on the back of the chair. Jenkin is standing to the right of Fortescue and is holding a baton in his right hand. On the left side of the image is a floor to ceiling window with a view to a patio or balcony.
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PHO2008-1748

Black and white photograph of Captain Cock (at rank of Lieutenant), Colonel Okey(at rank of Captain) and Lieutenant Robert Hooker in front of a white tent at the Volunteer Camp. The two soldiers on the ends are standing and the soldier in the middle (Colonel Okey) is seated on a small chair. All men are dressed in fancy mility uniforms, including decorations. The two men on the left have swords. There are trees in the background but the land has been cleared in the foreground. The camp appears to be at Pukekura Park.
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PHO2008-1749

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Photograph of Walter Rutherford of the 43rd Regiment. Rutherford is dressed in a military uniform, complete with helmet, sash, and medals. He is saluting with his left hand and holding a large British flag in his right hand. There are plants (ferns) and a door in the background of the photograph. The maker of this photograph is unknown becuase the name A.Y. Davis is stamped onto the bottom right corner of the mount but Fairy Studios is stamped on verso.
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PHO2008-1750

Photograph of the Opunake Armed Constabulary String Band. The group of men stand, dressed in military uniform, with their instruments. Instruments include drums, trumpets, bass, cello, violins, piano, etc. In the background is a small house or building. From left to right: Walsh, Best, Wright, Perkins (sitting), Spurdle, Schwabe, Talbot, McLean, Keys, Heath, Quickfall, Minifie, Leatherby, Willie Ebbott (boy), Lash (small drum).
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PHO2008-1753

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Photograph of five young soldiers who belonged to the Egmont Rifle Cadets. All men are dressed in military uniform. The older looking boy on the left, however, appears to be higher ranked judging by his fancier uniform and sword. The three boys in the centre hold their baoynets in front of them. Another boy on the right holds a sword in his left hand. From left to right: John Ainslei, William Henry Skinner, Tom Russel, Jack Whiteley King, Robert Scott.
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PHO2008-1754

Photograph of four constables, Philip Kershaw, Flanagan, John Beamish, and Michael O'Connor, who participated in the battle of Turuturumokai. All four men are dressed in suits and are sitting around a small round table. The two men on the far left and far right are holding walking sticks. The two men in the middle have their hands placed on their stomachs. From left to right: Philip L. Kershaw, Flanagan, John Gillman Beamish, and Michael O'Connor.
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PHO2008-1755

Photograph of three unknown soldiers. The three men are dressed in military uniform, each is holding a sword. The man in the centre is decorated with a medal. They are leaning against a fallen tree trunk in a bush area.
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PHO2008-1756

Carte-de-visite of the bust of Captain John Archer Julian Briggs of the 18th Regiment. Briggs appears to be wearing his military uniform.
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PHO2008-1636

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Carte-de-visite of the bust of Captain William Fryer Thacker of the 18th Regitment. Thacker is dressin military uniform and is looking foward.
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PHO2008-1643

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Carte-de-visite of Rawiri Paraharaha. Paraharaha is wearing a European style shirt and had and a Maori style woven skirt. He holds a spear in both of his hands.
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PHO2008-1660

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Carte-de-visite of Kirimangu, who was held responsible for the murder Mr. James Fulloon and other members of the ship European ship, 'Kate'. Kirimangu sits on a piece of wood. He is derssed in a light coloured dress shirt and is wearing a woven battle skirt. He is holding a spear in his right hand. There appear to be thatched buildings in the background.
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PHO2008-1664

Carte-de-visite of Colonel Henry Maule, Assistant Commissaries General. Maule is dressed in a suit and holds his hat in his left hand. His left hand rests on a small, decorated chest of drawers on which rests a figure of a rearing horse and a book. On the right side of the image is a curtain and a chair. Maule is standing in the centre of the image.
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PHO2008-1669

Black and white copy of a carte-de-visite of Private Campbell (left) and Private George Henry Dore (right), both of the Taranaki Military Settlers. Both men are sitting on wooden chairs with a small round table between them. Dore rests his right hand on the table and Campbell rests his right hand on his thigh. Both men appear to have lost their left arms. There is a window inthe background.
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PHO2008-1717

Copy photograph of an original carte-de-visite of the bust of Captain S. Mitchell of the HMS Harrier. Mitchell's bust is framed by a decorative oval shape. He is dressed in a suit and is wearing his medals, including the Victoria Cross. He is looking toward the left.
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PHO2008-1719

Copy photograph of an original carte-de-visite of Lieutenant-Colonel Arthur Frederick Pickard, Victoria Cross winner and member of the Royal Artillery. Pickard is dress in military uniform and is wearing his medals. He is resting his right hand on a decorated wooden hutch, on which also rests his plummed hat. He is resting his left hand on his sword pommel. There is a chair in the background.
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PHO2008-1723

Black and white photograph of an original carte-de-visite portrait of Captain Edward Carthew of the Taranaki Military Settlers, Number 4 Company. Carthew is wearing a suit and a long necklace. The clasps for his pocket watch are visible and he wears a ring on his left pinky finger. He is seated.
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PHO2008-1728

Photograph of a group of non-commissioned officers of the Taranaki Military Settlers.The soldiers are dressed in military uniform and they are holding rifles. Three men kneel in the front of the group while others stand in the back. All of the men are wearing hats.
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PHO2008-1859

Portrait photograph of Henry William Cottier. Cottier is dressed in a suit; he wears a hat and a bowtie. There is a pocket square in his left suit pocket and a flower on his lappel. There is a pine tree in the background.
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PHO2008-1861

Carte-de-visite of Baron Louis von Rotter, first postmaster of New Plymouth and member of the Taranaki Military Settlers . Von Rotter is dressed in a suit. He is resting his left arm on a pedestal and holding a cane and hat in the same hand. Von Rotter holds a pipe in his left hand. There is a curtain on the left hand side of the image. The edge of a chair leg can be seen on the left hand side of the image.
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PHO2008-1866

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Panorama photograph of the Waihi Redoubt at Normanby. The image depicts some of the military buildings and a fence. There are a number of soldiers peering over the fence. At the far left of the image is the watchtower and there are soldiers perched on top. The edges of the mount are decorated with a scalloped design.
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PHO2008-1854

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Panorama photograph of the Waihi Redoubt at Normanby. The image depicts a military building and the boundary fences of the military settlement. There are a number of soldiers peering over the fence with their rifles positioned, ready for an engagement. Rifles can also be seen sticking out of the rifle loop-holes in the walls of the building on the left side of the image. The edges of the mount are decorated with a scalloped design.
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PHO2008-1855

Photographic print of Captain Frank Mace of the Taranaki Volunteers. The photograph is a copy of an original image. Mace is dressed in military uniform. He is standing. His right hand holds his cap which rests on top of a small round table. There is also a book on the table. His left hand is holding his sword. There is a curtain on the right hand side of the image.
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PHO2008-1892

Photograph ofthe Armed Constabulary on parade in Rahotu. The soldiers are lined up in two rows with two men standing in the front. The white tents of the camp are in the background along wtih many trees. The men are dressed in military uniform.
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PHO2008-1874

Carte-de-visite of Martin Coffee and his family in front of a thatched cottage. Three children are standing between Coffee and their mother. A dog is seated to the left of Coffee. His wife is seated to the left, a child is standing on her left. There are white horses/animals in the background. Coffee is holding a bucket. The family is standing in their garden.
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PHO2008-1886

Glass plate negative depicting Whiti O Rongomai in Nelson. Te Whiti is seated on a chair, a hand on each leg. He is wearing a hat and a suit. His mouth is open and appears to be talking. There is person whose head is lowered seated on Te Whiti's left. There appears to be a canoe in the foreground. Trees and a fence in the background.
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PHO2009-141
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