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Carte-de-visite of Harry Trent, member of Captain Messenger's Company at Whitecliff. Trent is seated holding a book in his right hand - he appears to be reading. There is a small table on the right side of the image on which another book rests. There is also a drape in the top right corner of the image. Trent is not wearing a military uniform.
Accession No
PHO2008-573

Carte-de-visite of John Black, member of the Taranaki Bush Rangers 1863-1866. Black stands holding a musket in his right hand, there is also a handgun in his belt. On the right side of the image is a pedestal and on the left side of the image is a patterned drapery.
Accession No
PHO2008-574

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Carte-de-visite of a Mounted Trooper, John Rigby, who was stationed at Urenui. The soldier stands stiffly holding his long sword in front of him. On the left side of the image is a column and an archway. Rigby is wearing his military uniform.
Accession No
PHO2008-595

Carte-de-visite of the bust of Lieutenant M. Stockley of the 18th Regiment. Stockley does not appear to be dressed in military uniform.
Accession No
PHO2008-612

Carte-de-visite of the bust of Captain Henry Brown of the Taranaki Rifle Volunteers. Brown does not appear to be dressed in military uniform. The photograph is outlined in a red and yellow support.
Accession No
PHO2008-622

Carte-de-visite of the bust of Colonel F.A. Yorke, Instructor of the Royal Military Academy in Woolwich, England. Yorke's right hand is resting on his lap and he appears to be wearing a fancy military-like jacket.
Accession No
PHO2008-621

Name/Title
Carte-de-visite of the bust of Major Hamely of the Ordanance Department. Hamley appears to be wearing a military jacket.
Accession No
PHO2008-628

Name/Title
Photograph of the settlement at Parihaka. Mount Taranaki is in the background. The foreground consists of the village and its houses with thatched roofs. There is palisade fencing around the properties. Smoke can be seen coming from the chimneys of the Victorian style buildings and houses on the left side of the image. There is a roadway on the left side of the image as well. People can be seen in amongst the houses and on the roadway.
Accession No
PHO2008-1817

Photograph of the iron store warehouse at the corner of Currie and Devon Streets in New Plymouth. The name on the front windows of the warehouse reads "Burgess Frazer & Co, Merchants". There are seven men standing on the street in front of the warehouse. Some of them are wearing aprons. There is another man sitting in a cart that is led by a horse on the left side of the image.
Accession No
PHO2008-1822

Landscape carte-de-visite of Baron Louis von Rotter in front of the door to his residence at Pukearuhe. He is dressed in military uniform and is leaning on his sword which is in his left hand. His right hand is resting at his waist. The door to his residence is open. The house is made of thatched flax.
Accession No
PHO2008-1825

Carte-de-visite of Thomas, William and Edward Humphries of the Taranaki Bush Rangers. The three young soldiers are dressed in military uniform and are holding rifles. The soldier on the left is holding his rifle in his right hand. The soldier in the middle is seated on a tree stump, his right leg is bent and resting on the tree stump. His rifle is resting on his lap. The soldier on the right holds his rifle in both hands.
Accession No
PHO2008-1823

Name/Title
Landscape carte-de-visite of Devon Street in New Plymouth. Group of men, including Sergeant Duffin and Bellman, standing on Devon Street. Buildings line the left side of the street. There are ladders up against the facade of the third building from the right. Other people can be seen in the background of the photograph. There is a pile of lumber on the right side of the image.
Accession No
PHO2008-1826

Name/Title
Landscape carte-de-visite of the Pukearuhe Redoubt. View of three buildings and the roof one on (left side of the image). Two of the buildings are built below ground in a dug out area of the land. The two buildings in the background are above ground. Two men stand in front of one of the buildings below ground. Four men stand in front of the building in the background.
Accession No
PHO2008-1827

Group photograph of six members of the Taranaki Mounted Volunteers. From left to right: John Hoskin, W. Wells, W. Bullott, W. Curtis, C. Curtis, T. Hamerton. Each of the men are dressed in military uniform; all are wearing hats and have their swords. John Hoskin and W. Curtis are seated. The photograph is mounted on a green card that has been imprinted with a spiral pattern.
Accession No
PHO2008-1828

Hand tinted photograph of Lieutenant-Colonel H.J. Warre and an unidentified soldier in Crimea. Both men are dressed in mililtary uniform, the one on the left is wearing a jacket over his uniform. The man on the left is seated in the doorway of the tent - his rifle rests on his lap. The man on the right is seated on the side of a small hill - he is leaning on his left elbow. There is a horse behind the seated soldier. There is also a man standing to the right of the horse. There are two tents in the photograph.
Accession No
PHO2008-1829

Photograph of the Timaru Camp outside of Parihaka. The photograph consists of soldiers dressed in uniform. The men in the front have packs on their shoulders and across their chest. There are white tents in the background and the photograph depicts the daily conditions of camp life. The hills of Parihaka are in the background.
Accession No
PHO2008-1835

Photograph of a military camp at Parihaka around 1881. There is a group of three men and a dog sitting on the left side of the image in the foreground. The tents of camp and lines of soldiers can be seen in the background. There are many soldiers lined up in the camp which is a wide open space with few trees. According to Nigel Prickett, this camp might be the Ngakumikumi camp near Warea.
Accession No
PHO2008-1840

Name/Title
Photograpgh of an original carte-de-visite of Captain Nolan of the Colonial Forces. Nolan stands, dressed in military uniform, holding a cane with his right hand and resting it on his left forearm. His cap and gloves are resting on the the table behind him.
Accession No
PHO2008-1744

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Black and white copy of an original carte-de-visite of E. Denham Tomlinson of the Medical Department. Tomlinson is dressed in military uniform and holds a glove in his left hand. He stands in front of a wooden balustrade and his cap rests on top of a pedestal on his left.
Accession No
PHO2008-1745

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.
Accession No
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.
Accession No
PHO2008-1749

Name/Title
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.
Accession No
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).
Accession No
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.
Accession No
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.
Accession No
PHO2008-1755
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