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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

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

A crowd gathered to look at the floats that took part in the 1968 Lions Christmas Parade.
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PHO2011-2188

A crowd gathered to look at the floats that took part in the 1968 Lions Christmas Parade.
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PHO2011-2187

A group of men dressed as the Flintstones posed with the 'Flintmobile' one of the floats that took part in the 1968 Lions Christmas Parade.
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PHO2011-2186

A person in costume driving the 'Flintstones' mobile at the 1968 Lions Christmas Parade.
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PHO2011-2185

A group of children looking at the 'Flintstones' mobile at the 1968 Lions Christmas Parade.
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PHO2011-2184

A crowd gathered to look at the floats that took part in the 1968 Lions Christmas Parade.
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PHO2011-2183

A crowd gathered to look at the floats that took part in the 1968 Lions Christmas Parade.
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PHO2011-2182

A crowd gathered to look at the floats that took part in the 1968 Lions Christmas Parade.
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PHO2011-2181

A group of people standing in traditional Maori dress in a waka, as part of the 1968 Lions Christmas Parade.
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PHO2011-2180

A group of people standing in traditional Maori dress in a waka, as part of the 1968 Lions Christmas Parade.
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PHO2011-2179

A group of people standing in traditional Maori dress in a waka, as part of the 1968 Lions Christmas Parade.
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PHO2011-2178

A crowd dispersing after the 1968 Lions Christmas Parade.
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PHO2011-2177

A 'Flintstones' mobile, part of the 1968 Lions Christmas Parade. A crowd lines the street watching the parade.
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PHO2011-2176

A float on Devon Street during the 1968 Lions Christmas Parade. The crowd lines the street.
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PHO2011-2175

A float on Devon Street during the 1968 Lions Christmas Parade. The crowd lines the street.
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PHO2011-2174

A church float on Devon Street during the 1968 Lions Christmas Parade. The crowd lines the street and the parade procession moves towards the camera.
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PHO2011-2173

View along Devon Street during the 1968 Lions Christmas Parade. The crowd lines the street and the parade procession moves towards the camera.
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PHO2011-2172

The childrens trolley cart championships held on Borrell Avenue, New Plymouth on 1 June 1974. Crowds line either side of the street and three trolley carts race down the street towards the camera. The winning racer has just crossed under the Ivon Watkins Dow banner indicating the finish line.
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PHO2011-2171

The childrens trolley cart championships held on Borrell Avenue, New Plymouth on 1 June 1974. Crowds line either side of the street and three trolley carts race down the street towards the camera.
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PHO2011-2170

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

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

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

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
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