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View of Devon Street, New Plymouth from Currie St. The Imperial Hotel is visible to the left and the Huatoki Bridge lower middle right.
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A64.056

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Rameka Te Amai wearing a dog skin cloak (A79.966 - Huruhuru kuri), fur side out, holding a taiaha.
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A64.058

Photographic print by W.A. Collis depicting Lower Brougham Street, New Plymouth. Masonic Hotel (left), W.R. King Building (right). Horse drawn carriages on opposite sides of the street.
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A64.073

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Part two of two part panorama photograph of Parihaka. View of the huts/whares and other buildings. Series of fences/palisading in the foreground. Image is mounted on paper.
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A64.076

Framed photo montage containing fifteen historic photographs of New Plymouth buildings, street scenes and general views.
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A66.209

Surfboat, New Plymouth 1884. On boat (left to right): T. Inch, T. James (behind mast), F. Joseph, G. Cock, and H. Cock. In front of the boat (left to right) are Harry Boswell, Richard Cock, Sam Roberts. T. Gyde (engineer), S. Holford, W. Russell (carter), T. Blanchett (clerk), J. W. Parker, Sgt. J. Riley, Michael McGonnell (Head Coxswain), Ben Fox, James Essex Harvey, Jack Fraser, and Joseph Simpson with horse "Duke"
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PHO2001-7

View of Lower Brougham Street looking towards the foreshore and railway. W. R. Kings building is shown on the right and the Masonic Hotel (W. Cottier proprietor) on the left. A number of people are standing around and a horse and cart are parked on the road.
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PHO2001-96

Photograph shows Chew Chong (?) standing in the doorway of his general store on Devon Street, New Plymouth. One of fifteen photographs mounted together (A66.209 - William Andrews Collis, "Views of Old New Plymouth").
Three other men are also standing outside on the footpath.
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PHO2002-406

Photograph of the champagne-breaking ceremony by Miss Jane Carrington to inaugurate the New Plymouth to Waitara rail-line. The Locomotive is the "Fox".
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PHO2002-809

Photograph shows early view of the main lake and Poet's Bridge with Mt. Taranaki/Mt. Egmont visible in the distance. The Band Rotunda and the Bathing Rooms can be seen.
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PHO2002-879

Photograph shows a large group of children and adults on the summit of Mt Taranaki. Harry Peters (guide) is on the far right. Most of the figures are not looking at the camera and are yet to be identified.
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PHO2002-973

Public gathering of men, women and children on the Tikorangi/Huirangi suspension bridge, Bertrand Road, Waitara, to mark its opening by the Hon. Hall-Jones, July 1897. All the figures wear hats and coats and some are holding umbrellas. There is a steep hill in the background and large trees on the left and right of the bridge. Several figures can be seen on the ridge. There are two dogs on the bottom left.
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PHO2003-638

View of Henry Weston's Garden in the valley of Arakoekoe Stream, Carrington Street (current site of New Plymouth District Council Civic Building), ca 1874. Middle left of the photo is a boat. Demolished ca 1875 for construction of railway. Middle top of the photo is a house among the trees with a hill behind it.
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PHO2004-194

View of Devon Street, New Plymouth, looking west from Currie Street corner. Shows Haywood's Imperial Hotel and train crossing Devon Street.
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PHO2005-061

Devon Street looking west from Liardet Street intersection. Imperial Hotel is located centre left. Image dates pre-1875.
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PHO2006-344

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View of Parihaka from one of the surrounding hills. Pictured is the visitor's quarters, Te Whiti's cottage, Te Raukura, Te Hūmenemene (dining hall) and Miti Mai Te Arero.
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PHO2008-1677

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Photograph of eight Maori at Parihaka. They are staning in the bush and the houses and hills of Parihaka are in the background. The woman (Mrs. Te Kaa) in the photograph is holding a baby (Te Whiri Wharehoka). The man on the right hand side of the photograph holds a small animal/lamb. The man second from the left is holding a plate of what looks like bread. The man wearing the hat in the centre of the photograph is Mr. Te Kaa.
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PHO2008-1857

Photograph of a group of young poi dancers at Parihaka. Two rows of young girls holding poi, girls in front row are kneeling and girls in back row are standing. Many of the girls are wearing traditional flax skirts/kilts and some of them have feathers in their hair. The group appear to be standing at the bottom of one of the hills at Parihaka.
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PHO2008-1860

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Cabinet card portrait of Rewi Maniapoto and family. Rewi Maniapoto sits in the middle with his right arm across his body. His son sits to his right and his daughter stands on his left between his wife who is sitting on the left. She wears a hat and a tartan skirt. The photograph is framed by an oval.
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PHO2008-1871

Photograph of the first Committee of Management at Parihaka. Three rows of men lined up in front of Wiremu Parata's house. The men are dressed in suits and most of them are wearing hats. Many of them have feathers attached to their hats or suits. Taare Waitara is located in the middle row, second from the left. There is a gathering of men, children, and one woman standing at the top of the hill in the background. They are watching the photograph being taken.
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PHO2008-1878

Photograph of the dining hall at Parihaka. The dining hall is filled with long tables with benches and chairs. There are lighting fixtures hanging fromt he wall. The tables are set with silverware, glassware, and crockery.
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PHO2008-1884

Photograph of Maori men preparing for a haka. Them men are dressed in traditional flax skirts and are standing in lines. There is a man facing the camera who appears to be dancing or jumping. He is holding a patu in his right hand. On the left hand side of the image is a blurred man who is holding a spear. One of the hills of Parihaka is in the background. All of the men have feathers in their hair.
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PHO2008-1906

Photograph of a group of children and Taare Waitara at Parihaka mounted on card. The children are in three rows with those in the first row seated, those in the second are kneeling, and those in the third row are standing. Taare Waitara is standing in the centre of the group - he is wearing a suit and a hat and his pocket watch can be seen. He is holding a staff in his right hand. The children are holding feathers and some have them in their hair. There is a hill that has been cleared of trees and bush in the background.
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PHO2008-1907

Photograph of Poi dancers at Parihaka. Nine women stand in a line, each of them are holding poi. They are dressed in Victorian style dresses with flax skirts over top. Some of them are wearing feathers in their hair. Ngaropi Damon Te Whiti stands with her hands on her hips and is leading the rōpū. Ngarere Te Pare Mauri Kipa stands fourth from the left, she has moko kauae. Te Whiri o te Koka Wharehoka, stands second from the left. The photograph is unmounted.
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PHO2008-1908

Photograph of the Watene (Watson) family group at Parihaka. The large group stand in front of a thatched house. Most people wear feathers in their hair. One man appears to be held up by another man in the backrow. Onlookers watch from behind a fence in the background. Five children are seated in the front row. The man third from the left, wearnig a cap and holding a taiaha has been identified as Te Rarini Rangimatotoru Watene.
The woman standing towards the centre of the group in dark-toned clothing is Te Wharetiki Hana Watene, (nee Love), wife of Te Rangimatotoru. The young children seated in the front row are, from left to right, Teieti Watene, Hori (George) Watene, Reta Watene, Rori Watene, Hemi Watene.
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PHO2008-1909
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