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Hand tinted opaltype portrait of Phillip Eva Junior. He has a black beard and moustache and is wearing a black jacket, black bow tie and white shirt with single gold button at centre front.
Accession No
TM.1998.258

Copy of an original carte de visite portrait of Ngāi Te Rangihouhiri and Ngāti Awa rangatira Te Hura Te Taiwhakaripi's daughter, Mereana Raukete, and a woman identified as Mere Waiwhero. Both women appear seated and facing forward. Raukete wears a dark-toned skirt and pihepihe around her shoulders. Her hair is shoulder-length and wavy. Waiwhero wears a light-toned, patterned skirt, a dark-toned neck scarf, kaitaka adorned with tāniko edging and possibly a mangaeka on top, which may indicate her high status and connection to Ngāi Tuhoe. Her hair is short and curly. They are seated in front of a wall made from raupō and flax fibre, which has a hole in the upper-left corner, above the image of Raukete. The photograph is included on page 62 of William Francis Robert Gordon's album "Some "Soldiers of the Queen" who served in the Maori Wars and Other Notable Persons Connected Herewith", under the heading "Some notorious Hauhaus."
Accession No
PHO2018-0038

Name/Title
Copy of an original carte de visite portrait of Hoani Hupe of Ngāti Awa. Hupe appears seated, facing forward from the lap up. His ear-length curly hair is styled in a side part, in which he wears three huia feathers. He also wears a dark-toned sash across his chest and piupiu. His hands are in his lap and in his left hand he holds a patu. Hupe sits in front of a wall made from raupō and flax fibre, in which a hole is visible in the top-left section of the image. The photograph is included on page 62 of William Francis Robert Gordon's album "Some "Soldiers of the Queen" who served in the Maori Wars and Other Notable Persons Connected Herewith", under the title "Some notorious Hauhaus."
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PHO2018-0037

Name/Title
Copy of an original carte de visite portrait of Utuku Te Rangi of Ngāti Awa. Utiku appears seated, facing forward and looking slightly to his right. He wears a sash across his chest, piupiu, and five or six huia feathers in his hair, which is short and curly. His left hand rests on his knee, and in his right hand he holds a patu. Utiku has a full but short beard with a moustache and sits in front of a wall made from raupō and flax fibre. The photograph is included on page 62 of William Francis Robert Gordon's album "Some "Soldiers of the Queen" who served in the Maori Wars and Other Notable Persons Connected Herewith", under the title "Some notorious Hauhaus."
Accession No
PHO2018-0036

Name/Title
Copy of an original carte de visite portrait of Himone Te Auru of Ngāti Awa. Te Auru appears seated, facing forward and from the knee up. He wears a headband with huia feather, a sash across his chest and piupiu. His hands are in his lap and in his right hand he holds a patu. His hair is short and curly and he had a goatee beard and moustache. Te Auru sits in front of a wall made from raupō and flax fibre, in which a hole features at the top-left corner of the image. The photograph is included on page 62 of William Francis Robert Gordon's album "Some "Soldiers of the Queen" who served in the Maori Wars and Other Notable Persons Connected Herewith", under the title "Some notorious Hauhaus."
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PHO2018-0035

Name/Title
Copy of an original carte de visite portrait of Heahea Te Pakihiwi of Ngāti Awa. Te Pakihiwi's name 'Heahea' suggests he lived with a disability. Te Pakihiwi appears seated, facing forward and from the knee up. He wears a sash around his neck that crosses over his chest, piupiu and a single huia feather in his hair. In his left hand, he holds a patu and his right hand is on his lap. His hair is short and curly, styled in a side part. He also sports a goatee and moustache. Te Pakihiwi sits in front of a wall made from raupō and flax fibre. The photograph is included on page 62 of William Francis Robert Gordon's album "Some "Soldiers of the Queen" who served in the Maori Wars and Other Notable Persons Connected Herewith", under the title "Some notorious Hauhaus."
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PHO2018-0034

Name/Title
Copy of an original carte de visite portrait of Hoani Poururu of Ngāti Awa. Poururu appears seated, from the knee up and facing forward. He wears a headband, dark-toned shirt and ascot cravat, a kaitaka and piupiu. He holds a taiaha across his body adorned with a scarf and feathers, where only his right hand is visible. He has short, curly hair, goatee beard and moustache. Poururu sits in front of a wall made from raupō and flax fibre, where a hole is visible at the top of the photograph, to the right of his image. The photograph is included on page 62 of William Francis Robert Gordon's album "Some "Soldiers of the Queen" who served in the Maori Wars and Other Notable Persons Connected Herewith", under the title "Some notorious Hauhaus."
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PHO2018-0033

Name/Title
Copy of an original carte de visite portrait of Rawiri Paraharaha, Pai Mārire priest of Ngāti Awa. He appears seated, from the knee up and facing forward, holding a taiaha across his torso in each hand, looking slightly to his right. He is dressed in a light-toned shirt with a chequered chest panel, light-toned trousers, piupiu, a brimmed hat and an ascot cravat. In his left hand he also holds a light-toned cloth. Paraharaha sits in front of a wall made from raupō and flax fibre, which has a hole in the upper right corner, and appears to be part of a structure judging by the obscured part of the image on the lower-left side. The photograph is included on page 62 of William Francis Robert Gordon's album "Some "Soldiers of the Queen" who served in the Maori Wars and Other Notable Persons Connected Herewith", under the title "Some notorious Hauhaus."
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PHO2018-0032

Name/Title
Copy of an original carte de visite portrait of Ngai Te Rangihouhiri and Ngāti Awa rangatira Te Hura Te Taiwhakaripi. Te Hura appears seated from the waist up, facing forward. He wears a kaitaka with tāniko border around his shoulders and four or five huia feathers in his short, curly hair. He has a greying beard and moustache, and holds a taiaha in his right hand. Te Hura sits in front of a wall made from raupō and flax fibre, in which a hole is located at the top-left corner of the photograph. The photograph is included on page 62 of William Francis Robert Gordon's album "Some "Soldiers of the Queen" who served in the Maori Wars and Other Notable Persons Connected Herewith", under the title "Some notorious Hauhaus."
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PHO2018-0031

Name/Title
Copy of an original carte de visite portrait of Te Aka o Tau Te Hura, son of Ngai Te Rangihouhiri and Ngāti Awa rangatira Te Hura Te Taiwhakaripi. Te Aka o Tau appears seated from the knee up, facing forward. He wears a pihepihe around his shoulders and two huia feathers on the right side of his head. In his left hand he holds a patu across his torso. Te Aka o Tau's hair is short and curly, styled in a side part. He sits in front of a wall made from raupō and flax fibre. The photograph is included on page 62 of William Francis Robert Gordon's album "Some "Soldiers of the Queen" who served in the Maori Wars and Other Notable Persons Connected Herewith", under the title "Some notorious Hauhaus."
Accession No
PHO2018-0030

Name/Title
Copy of an original carte de visite portrait of Mikaere Kirimangu of Ngāti Awa. He appears seated, facing forward with his hands on his lap. In his right hand, Kirimangu holds a taiaha. He wears light-toned shirt and trousers, a loosened ascot cravat and a piupiu made with pokinikini harakeke. He also wears a cap over his ear-length wavy, dark hair. He has a goatee beard and moustache. Kirimangu sits in front of a wall made from raupō and flax fibre, in which there is a hole above and to the right of Kirimangu's image. The photograph is included on page 62 of William Francis Robert Gordon's album "Some "Soldiers of the Queen" who served in the Maori Wars and Other Notable Persons Connected Herewith", under the title "Some notorious Hauhaus."
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PHO2018-0029

Name/Title
Copy of a copy carte de visite portrait of Pai Mārire disciple Kereopa Te Rau of Ngāti Rangiwewehi. Kereopa's portrait appears as a carte de visite image inside an oval frame of another carte de visite, where he appears from the chest up, facing forward. His facial tā moko has been accentuated and he wears a pihepihe around his shoulders. His hair is short, wavy and dark, with a grey streak at the front on the left side. He also sports a large, grey beard. Inside the oval portrait the carte de visite reads "KEREOPA" and , although slightly obscured, "he swallowed the eyes of the Revd. Volkner". There appears indecipherable handwriting on the image of his torso, likely to have been on the original portrait copy. The photograph is included on page 62 of William Francis Robert Gordon's album "Some "Soldiers of the Queen" who served in the Maori Wars and Other Notable Persons Connected Herewith", under the title "Some notorious Hauhaus."
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PHO2018-0028

Name/Title
Copy of an original carte de visite portrait of Pai Mārire apostle Horomona Poropiti of Taranaki. Poropiti appears seated, facing forward. He wears a kaitaka over a woollen shawl and two huia feathers at the front of his head. In his left ear he wears a feathered earring and his right hand is visible at his side. Poropiti wears his greying hair to just below his ears and he has a full white beard. He sits in front of a wall made from raupō and flax fibre. The photograph is included on page 62 of William Francis Robert Gordon's album "Some "Soldiers of the Queen" who served in the Maori Wars and Other Notable Persons Connected Herewith", under the title "Some notorious Hauhaus."
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PHO2018-0027

Name/Title
Copy of an original carte de visite portrait of Ngāti Ruanui leader Ngawaka Taurua. Taurua appears facing forward in an oval shaped portrait, from the chest up. He wears a light-toned shirt, buttoned down. His hair is short and greying and he has a burnside style moustache attached to large muttonchop sideburns. The photograph is included on page 61 of William Francis Robert Gordon's album "Some "Soldiers of the Queen" who served in the Maori Wars and Other Notable Persons Connected Herewith".
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PHO2018-0026

Name/Title
Copy of an original carte de visite portrait of Ngāti Manga Maniapoto rangatira Rewi Maniapoto. Maniapoto appears from the chest up, facing toward his right. He wears a tāniko adorned kaitaka over a light-toned shirt and dark-toned waistcoat. His hair is short and greying, in which he wears two huia feathers. He has a light-toned moustache, stubble and facial tā moko. The photograph is included on page 61 of William Francis Robert Gordon's album "Some "Soldiers of the Queen" who served in the Maori Wars and Other Notable Persons Connected Herewith".
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PHO2018-0025

Copy of an original carte de visite studio portrait of Pai Marire and Taranaki leader Te Ua Haumēne. Te Ua appears seated with his right rand raised, facing forward. He wears a korowai adorned with dyed hukahuka and frilling, over a dark-toned jacket. Te Ua's hair is short and dark, curling out at the sides. He sports a burnsides moustache connecting to his sideburns. The photograph is included on page 61 of William Francis Robert Gordon's album "Some "Soldiers of the Queen" who served in the Maori Wars and Other Notable Persons Connected Herewith".
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PHO2018-0024

Name/Title
Copy of an original carte de visite studio portrait of Te Ati Haunui-a-Paparangi rangatira Topia Peehi Turoa. Turoa appears standing on a patterned studio floor, facing toward his right. He is dressed in a full-length kaitaka with tāniko, bare feet, and a single huia feather in his hair. His hair is dark and slicked back and he has a burnside style moustache connecting to sideburns. Behind him, on the right of the photograph, appears a wooden chair. The studio wall skirting board is visible in the background. The photograph is included on page 61 of William Francis Robert Gordon's album "Some "Soldiers of the Queen" who served in the Maori Wars and Other Notable Persons Connected Herewith".
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PHO2018-0023

Copy of an original carte de visite portrait of Tūkaroto Matutaera Pōtatau Te Wherowhero Tāwhiao, Ngati Mahuta and Tainui rangatira, and the Kīngitanga's second Maori King. Tāwhiao appears standing outdoors, facing slightly toward his right. He wears a light-toned top hat with sash, a chequered jacket with pocket square, piupiu, and knee-high buckled boots. In his hands he holds the end of a rifle, which he rests on the ground in front of him. Behind Tāwhiao is what appears to be a light stand, emanating a light-toned glow around him on the painted backdrop behind. The photograph is included on page 61 of William Francis Robert Gordon's album "Some "Soldiers of the Queen" who served in the Maori Wars and Other Notable Persons Connected Herewith".
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PHO2018-0022

Name/Title
Copy of an original carte de visite portrait of Ngāti Hauā rangatira Wiremu Tamihana Tarapīpipi Te Waharoa. Tarapīpipi appears seated from the knee up, facing slightly toward his right. He wears a dark-toned three piece suit, a light-toned shirt with a high collar, and a watch chain. His hair is short and he sports a moustache and sideburns. The photograph is included on page 61 of William Francis Robert Gordon's album "Some "Soldiers of the Queen" who served in the Maori Wars and Other Notable Persons Connected Herewith".
Accession No
PHO2018-0021

Copy of an original carte de visite portrait of Te Harawira of Ngāi Te Rangi. Te Harawira appears kneeling on a patterned studio floor, facing toward his left, holding a rifle. He wears a piupiu made with pokinikini tags, an ammunition pouch strapped around his shoulders, and numerous huia feathers in his hair. He has short, dark hair, a moustache and beard, in which a huia feather sits on each side. The photograph is included on page 61 of William Francis Robert Gordon's album "Some "Soldiers of the Queen" who served in the Maori Wars and Other Notable Persons Connected Herewith".
Accession No
PHO2018-0020

Copy of an original carte de visite portrait of Tautewe (aka Tautewa, daughter of Te Mētera), Te Hura's niece, and Taiparora (aka Taiparoro), Te Hura's daughter, of Ngāi Te Rangihouhiri and Ngāti Awa. Both women appear seated and facing forward, in bare feet, wearing pihepihe around their shoulders. They also wear ribbon earrings, huia feathers in their hair, and hei tiki pendants. Tatewe (left) wears a light-toned skirt and Taiparora (right) wears a chequered skirt. Tatewe has short, curly hair and Taparora's hair appears to be loosely tied back. They are seated in front of a wall made from raupō and flax fibre, which has a hole in the upper-left corner. The photograph is included on page 61 of William Francis Robert Gordon's album "Some "Soldiers of the Queen" who served in the Maori Wars and Other Notable Persons Connected Herewith".
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PHO2018-0019

Name/Title
Copy of an original carte de visite portrait of Pai Mārire proponent Patara Raukatauri. Patara appears seated, facing forward and looking slightly to his right, from the knee up. He wears a light-toned suit, a waistcoat, an ascot cravat, and a small light-toned cross on his left breast. His hair is short and dark and he sports burnside style facial hair, with connecting moustache and sideburns. His hands are in his lap, and in his right he holds a kotiate. The photograph is included on page 61 of William Francis Robert Gordon's album "Some "Soldiers of the Queen" who served in the Maori Wars and Other Notable Persons Connected Herewith".
Accession No
PHO2018-0018

Name/Title
Copy of an original carte de visite portrait of Pai Marire and Taranaki leader Te Ua Haumēne. Haumēne appears seated, from the mid-torso up, facing forward. He wears a dark-toned jacket and waistcoat, with a light-toned ascot cravat. His hair is short and dark and he has sideburns connecting to his moustache, also known as the burnsides style. The chair in which he is seated is partially visible on the left of the photograph. The photograph is included on page 61 of William Francis Robert Gordon's album "Some "Soldiers of the Queen" who served in the Maori Wars and Other Notable Persons Connected Herewith".
Accession No
PHO2018-0017

Copy of an original carte de visite photograph of the Moutoa Monument in Whanganui, commemorating the battle of Moutoa Island in 1864. The Monument depicts an aggrieved woman on a pedestal. In the photograph, it is draped in a cloak and wreath to further commemorate the death of Te Rangihiwinui Te Keepa, who fought in the Moutoa battle, and continued his allegiance to the Crown throughout the New Zealand wars. In the foreground, there is a dark-toned metal fencing. In the background, a building is partially visible through some trees, on the right hand side. The photograph is included on page 60 of William Francis Robert Gordon's album "Some "Soldiers of the Queen" who served in the Maori Wars and Other Notable Persons Connected Herewith".
Accession No
PHO2018-0016

Name/Title
Copy of an original carte de visite studio vignette portrait of Ngāti Haua rangatira Pāora Te Ahuru. Te Ahuru appears standing, facing slightly to his left and looking forward. He wears a chequered shirt, waistcoat, bare feet and a kaitaka with tāniko on the bottom edge, around his shoulders. In his right hand he holds a taiaha. His hair is short and dark and he sports a beard. The photograph is included on page 60 of William Francis Robert Gordon's album "Some "Soldiers of the Queen" who served in the Maori Wars and Other Notable Persons Connected Herewith".
Accession No
PHO2018-0015
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