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Silver gelatin print of Alice Barbara Sumner (known as Barbara or Babs), with her Aunt, Mary Sadler and a woman whose name is unknown. The three women are seated on a sand dune. All three are facing the photographer. Alice Sumner is sitting below the other two women on the slope. She is wearing a skirt, with a shirt and cardigan. Mary Sadler is above her on the right. She is wearing a cardigan and a hat. The unknown woman next to Mary is wearing a skirt, jacket or cardigan and a hat. She is smoking a cigarette and beside her is a walking stick. In the middle between the group there are bags, a flask and mugs.

Alice Barbara Sumner is the daughter of Dorothy Paradine Sumner (nee. Sadler) and James Cuthbert Sumner. Mary Sadler is Dorothy Sumner's sister.
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PHO2015-0104

35mm slide showing Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother at Pukekura Park in 1958. The Queen Mother is standing in the back of a black vehicle in the foreground. She is waving to a large crowd of people. There is a woman seated next to her and two men in the front of the vehicle. A man is standing in front of the crowd taking a photograph.
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PHO2015-0005

Copy negative of a postcard of Devon Street, New Plymouth viewed from the corner of Devon and Queen Streets, outside the General Post Office building. The White Hart Hotel can be seen on the left of the view and part of the Post Office is visible on the right. There are tram lines running up the middle of Devon Street. The postcard was 2281 in a "Tourist Series" by an unknown photographer.
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PHO2014-0192

View of Devon Street, New Plymouth looking West from the Devon and Currie Street intersection. Small commercial buildings line either side of the street. The Huatoki Bridge is visible in the mid-ground. There are several horse-drawn carts in the street. There is a cow beside the footpath next to the cart on the right hand side of the street.
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PHO2014-0188

View of the Inglewood War Memorial, junction of Rata and Matai streets, Inglewood. The memorial includes a white marble soldier on marble podium and bears the names of those from the district who fell in World War I and World War II. Originally built to commemorate Inglewood's fallen during the Great War, the flag mast was added in honour of those who fell in World War II. Their names were added to the original monument. The inscription on the front top section reads: "In Remembrance / of / The Men From The / Inglewood District / Who Fell In The / Great Wars / 1914-1918 / 1939-1945".
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PHO2012-0305

Actress playing Joan in the 1962 production of 'Joan of Arc', Bowl of Brooklands, New Plymouth. She is dressed in costume and is holding a sword in one hand. Her eyes are raised upwards. Two actors dressed as soldiers are visible behind her.
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PHO2012-0179

John Boulter performing on the Bowl of Brooklands stage, New Plymouth. He is accompanied by an unidentified woman. The backing choir and conductor are pictured behind them.
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PHO2012-0178

Portrait of an unidentified woman with singer John Boulter, Bowl of Brooklands, New Plymouth. Boulter is wearing a beige coloured jacket and is holding a piece of paper in one hand. The woman is wearing beige trousers, a white top and a red, blue and white scarf. The Bowl sound shell is visible behind them.
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PHO2012-0177

Members of the Fitzroy High School surf lifesaving team standing on the beach. A number of them are holding a reel. They are all dressed in swimming costume.
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PHO2012-0089

Members of the Fitzroy High School surf lifesaving team standing on the beach. Pictured left to right: J. Bennett; E. Main; B. Hunter; Len Bennett; L. Riley; Leo Bennett; L. Charters; N. Elmes. They are all dressed is swimming costume and are lined up in front of a reel.
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PHO2012-0087

Night view of a performance of 'Hinemoa & Tutanekai', Bowl of Brooklands. The set features stylised Maori motifs and was designed by artist John Bevan Ford. Performers are visible on the stage. The stage is reflected in the water of the lake. The crowd and a number of cars are visible in the foreground.
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PHO2012-0067

Unidentified Maori woman as Hinemoa in the 'Hinemoa & Tutanekai' production. She is dressed in a korowai cloak and woven head band. She is standing in front of a portion of the set, which was designed by artist John Bevan Ford. She is looking directly at the camera.
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PHO2012-0066

Ballet dancers performing on the Bowl of Brooklands stage. The stage has been dressed with trees and various props.
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PHO2012-0065

Three ballet dancers on the Bowl of Brooklands stage, possibly warming up before a performance. They are blurred with movement. A woman wearing a patterned dress is standing in front of the stage. Beyond the stage, onlookers can be seen sitting on the wooden seating in the Bowl.
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PHO2012-0064

A ballerina in practice clothes dancing on the Bowl of Brooklands stage, possibly warming up before a performance. Her legs are partially obscured by a pot plant in the immediate foreground. She is holding a bar with one hand. Several other dancers are visible behind her.
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PHO2012-0063

View of the Bowl of Brooklands sound shell during the royal tour of New Zealand, 12-30 March 1970, by Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles and Princess Anne for the James Cook bicentenary celebrations. The royal party is pictured on the stage along with a large choir. Another group of dignitaries is visible on the right of the stage. A crowd of onlookers is gathered in the Bowl.
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PHO2012-0062

A night view of the 'Once Upon A Time' production, Bowl of Brooklands. The set features elaborate bridge constructions and three large birds suspended on wires from the tree tops. Cars, seating and people pictured in the foreground. The trees behind the stage are illuminated with coloured lights.
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PHO2012-0061

View of the 'Peter Pan' set, Festival of the Pines, Bowl of Brooklands. A sailing ship prop is pictured in the foreground. The top of the sound shell can be seen behind. The speaker towers and other stage props are visible in the middleground.
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PHO2012-0060

Sailing ship prop for the 'Peter Pan' production, Festival of the Pines, Bowl of Brooklands. The ship is floating on the lake in front of the sound shell. Peter Pan is visible standing on the bow of the ship, while Tinkerbelle and another character are standing on the stern. A row boat is visible in the foreground. A speaker tower and the edge of the stage can also be seen.
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PHO2012-0058

View of the 'Peter Pan' set, Festival of the Pines, from under some trees in the Bowl of Brooklands. Wooden seating is visible in the foreground and a sailing ship prop is visible on the lake to the side of the stage. Several people are pictured in the middleground.
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PHO2012-0051

View of the crowd and Bowl of Brooklands stage during the concert by Australian band The Seekers, Festival of the Pines. The stage set features Aboriginal-inspired motifs including koalas, kangaroos, fish, turtles and snakes. The trees behind the stage are illuminated with coloured lights. The crowd numbered 17,500, a record for the Bowl of Brooklands at the time.
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PHO2012-0050

View of the crowd from the Bowl of Brooklands stage during the concert by Australian band The Seekers, Festival of the Pines. Jets of water from the stage are visible in the foreground. The crowd numbered 17,500, a record for the Bowl of Brooklands at the time.
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PHO2012-0049

View of the crowd from behind the drum kit on the Bowl of Brooklands stage. Taken during the concert by Australian band The Seekers, Festival of the Pines. A man wearing a suit, possibly from the band, stands centre stage with his back to the camera. A piano is visible on the right. The crowd numbered 17,500, a record for the Bowl of Brooklands at the time.
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PHO2012-0048

View from the Bowl of Brooklands stage out to the wooden seating in the Bowl amphitheatre. In the foreground a stage hand is setting up for the concert by Australian band The Seekers during the Festival of the Pines. Four microphone stands and a piano are also visible.
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PHO2012-0047

Stage set for a concert by Australian band The Seekers, Festival of the Pines at the Bowl of Brooklands. The set features Aboriginal-inspired motifs including koalas, kangaroos, fish, turtles and snakes.
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PHO2012-0046
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