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View of Main Street showing the Police Station, Court House and Post Office. A woman and young girl stand in the street. There is a horse drawn carriage stopped in the street.
Accession No
PHO2002-906

View of crowd and dignitaries gathered around the main entrance of the Opunake Post Office for the opening occasion. Man in doorway wearing white waistcoat identified as Edward Metcalf-Smith. Man holding hat is Joseph Ward.
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PHO2002-920

Name/Title
Parihaka, view towards south showing Rangi Kapuia, Te Niho o te Atiawa and various other whare and European buildings
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PHO2003-559

Name/Title
Studio portrait of Miriama Ngaiwaea, daughter of Napera Wynyard, dressed in kahu kiwi (kiwi feather cloak) and wearing huia feather and pounamu (greenstone) adornments. Also known as Ngawaea and Ngawaia.
Accession No
PHO2005-021

Studio portrait of Kahutanga Pouatiwha Rangitaawa (nee Hana), wife of Ngatata Rangitaawa, and her children. The young boy, Jack, is sitting on a stool wearing a shirt, shorts and socks pulled up to his knees. Kahutanga holds her daughter, Rangihemowaru (Jean) on her lap. All three are wearing European clothing.
Accession No
PHO2008-398

Copy negative of studio portrait of Mr and Mrs Nga Tata (Ngatata) Rangitaawa and baby, Lizzie. Mr Nga Tata is seated with baby on his lap while his wife, Kahutanga Rangitaawa, stands beside him.
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PHO2008-514

General view of Parihaka taken from Te Purepo (Fort Rolleston) looking towards mountain. Te Niho on left in background with view across whole pā.
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PHO2008-576

Image shows Mohi Wharepouri speaking in front of Te Rangikapuia meeting house at Parihaka. Image was taken during the unveiling of the Maori Queen's cloak.
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PHO2008-582

View across front of Te Rangikapuia meeting house. The Māori Queen's cloak is displayed on a white stand. In the foreground people are sitting on forms, viewing the cloak.
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PHO2008-583

View of old house, Kowherowhero, at Parihaka. The house is in disrepair - the roof is rusted, the paint is peeling from the exterior walls and some of the windows have been boarded up.
Accession No
PHO2008-586

Tasman Street, Opunake, with small groups of people standing on the road. Commercial premises are visible on both sides of the road. Flags are flying at the front of most premises.
Accession No
PHO2009-176

First find in triangular area, site 1, working to wide end, Olsson swamp excavation in Waitara. Shows group of people, predominantly women, working in excavation pit.
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PHO2009-183

View of rundown buildings at Parihaka. Houses have rusted roofs and paint is peeling off wooden slats on houses.
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PHO2010-0027

View of a rundown house and shed at Parihaka. House has a rusted roof, boards are missing from the house's exterior and the paint is peeling away.
Accession No
PHO2010-0029

Exterior of an old meeting house, Kokiri Road, Okaiawa. The roof and chimney are rusted and paint has peeled off the wooden slats.
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PHO2010-0031

Name/Title
Studio portrait of an unidentified couple. A Maori man is seated on the left of the image and is wearing a suit. A Pakeha woman stands beside his chair leaning slightly towards the man. She is wearing a dress, some flowers pinned to her dress and a light coloured scarf tied around her neck. They are posed against a studio backdrop and a plant is visible between the couple and the backdrop on the left of the image.
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PHO2010-0163

Name/Title
Studio portrait of the Stubbington family. The man has been identified as Reben John Stubbington and his young son stands between his legs. The man wears a suit and hat and the boy wears a jacket, socks pulled up to his knees and a hat. The woman sitting on the arm of the chair has been identified as Daisy Tamihana (also known as Thompson). She is wearing a striped skirt with a matching jacket. They are posed against a studio backdrop.
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PHO2010-0164

Studio portrait of Rangi Epai and Courtenay. Rangi is pictured on the left wearing a heavy buttoned jacket. Courtenay is pictured on the right wearing a suit. They are both pictured leaning slightly towards each other. They are posed in front of a studio backdrop.
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PHO2010-0165

Studio portrait of two women. A Pakeha woman is pictured seated in a chair and is wearing a skirt with large buttons and a blouse. She is holding the hand of a Maori woman who is standing behind her chair. The Maori woman rests one arm on the other woman's shoulders. She is also wearing a skirt with buttons and a top that ties at the neck.
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PHO2010-0184

Studio wedding portrait of John Moses (also known as Mohi Te Hokaanga II Marena), and Annie Amelia Marriner.
John is wearing a suit and white gloves. Annie is wearing a wedding dress, an elaborate tiara and is holding a bouquet. Both are standing in front of a plain studio backdrop.
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PHO2010-0185

Name/Title
Studio portrait of Myrtle and Robert Horo with their children. Back row, from left: Roberta Horo (Mrs Walden); Myrtle Horo (mother), nee Taylor; Robert Horo (father); Sam and Murray Horo (twins). Front row, from left: Rita Horo (Mrs Johns); Monica Horo (Mrs Corric); Hinemoa Horo (Mrs Ngeru); Nola Horo (Mrs Frazer).
Accession No
PHO2010-0186

Name/Title
Studio wedding portrait of the Hughes-Horo wedding party. Pictured left to right: Māre Horo, Albert Hughes, Mana Horo, Roy Hughes and Bella Horo.
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PHO2010-0187

Studio portrait of Stewart Whaka and F. Gunn. Both men are dressed in suits and wear polka dot bow ties. They are seated and lean towards each other with one arm each resting on a small table placed between them. They are posed against a patterned studio backdrop.
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PHO2010-0188

Group gathered for the wedding of Thomas Eversfield and Isobel Prosser, 1 December 1917. The photograph was taken at the residence of Mr and Mrs P. Sole, Oanui. Pictured front row (left to right) are; Gloria Clegg, Laura Sole, Maude Clegg, unknown flower girl, and two Feaver boys. Second row; Mr and Mrs Sole, Garnet Prosser (best man), Thomas Eversfield (groom), Isobel Prosser (bride), Albina Newman (bridesmaid), Vivian Sole (nee Prosser), Sydney Clegg (nee Prosser), Mrs Elizabeth Prosser/Rowlands. Third row (standing); Mabel Sole, Anne Clegg, Mrs Allan, Aunty Lou Tidd, Connie Fleming (nee Prosser) and child, Arthur Fleming, Percy Sole, slighlty behind him is Mrs Sam Feaver and baby, slightly in front is an unknown girl, to her right is Mildred Francis (nee Tidd), Mrs Gibson Pollick and Zoe Newman (nee Prosser). Back row; Mr Gibson, George Clegg, Jack and Leslie Strong, and Rev Adden Brooke.
Accession No
PHO2010-0299

Name/Title
Two boys seated and one standing behind. From left to right are Grey, Rahui and Nga Kahia Horo.
Accession No
PHO2010-0373
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