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The huge portrait of the young Queen Elizabeth, painted for the Royal Visit in 1953 by artist Jack Wood with Barbara Gaye (known as Gaye) Hoskin standing beside it.
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PHO2001-412

A collection of four images of the Pott family (Waitara) and residence.

The top image of "Mr Pott and family" depicts a cottage and gardens with Mr Pott and his family. They are grouped in front of a large tree and are seated and standing around a table with white table cloth. There are eight figures (Mr and Mrs Pott and six children, one of whom is an infant). A small girl to the right of the table is seated on a calf. There is a dog to the right of the grouped figures.

The second image below also depicts "Mr Pott and family. Waitara". It is taken from the same view as the above image although the family have moved positions. The girl is no longer seated on the calf and the dog from the above image is absent.

On the reverse of the card are two images of buildings in Wellington, New Zealand. The top image is entitled "Miss Aitken Wilson G. Wellington". The lower image is entitled "Miss W . G . Turbull G Wellington".
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PHO2005-145

Family album includes studio portraits of Ruthven McLauren Monteath in full dress military uniform c.1916 and group portraits taken in the field during service. The album also contains Monteath family photographs within New Zealand and abroad, including the family home on Octavius Place New Plymouth. Many of the photographs in the second half of the album are post-WWI and are unidentified.
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PHO2006-034

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

A crowd of people stand on the road and wharf watching a rowing regatta on the Waitara River. The people in the foreground have their backs to the camera and there are poeple on both sides of the river. There are two boats visible on the river.
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PHO2009-022

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Portrait of the Willing family. Pictured from left to right are: Isabella Roseline (b.1891), Thomas (father, b.1862), Percy Douglas Willing (b.1894), Pamela Eliza Willing (mother, b.1869) and Thomas Elwin Willing (b.1892).
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PHO2010-0265

Unveiling of the blockhouse at Manaia redoubt. Image shows a man in a brown suit standing next to the Manaia redoubt sign post. A New Zealand flag has been tied to the sign post. The blockhouse is visible in the background.
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PHO2011-0204

Unveiling of the blockhouse at Manaia redoubt. Image shows five men around a table which has been covered with the New Zealand flag. Four of the men are seated whilst the other is standing. The man standing is Herbert Mullon. The blockhouse is visible in the background.
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PHO2011-0205

Unveiling of the blockhouse at Manaia redoubt. Image shows a man standing beside a table which has been covered by the New Zealand flag. He is holding a cane and appears to be in the middle of a speech. There is a man seated on the table next to him. The blockhouse is visible in the background. The right side of the image is slightly obstructed by someone's head.
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PHO2011-0206

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Taken at the time of Hinerauwha Tamaiparea's tangi. Shows people outside Pae Pae at Parihaka. There is a blue shed on the left side of the image. The image is slightly obstructed by a car in the lower left corner.
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PHO2011-0307

Image was taken at Whatarau Wharehoka's tangi, Parihaka. Shows a large cluster of parked cars at Parihaka. The large blue building on the left is Te Niho o Te Ātiawa house. There is a large group of people entering this building.
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PHO2011-0362

Shows a line of people taking food into a building at Parihaka. Image was taken during Te-Ngoungou Okeroa's tangi.
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PHO2011-0378

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Shows a large crowd of people at Parihaka. They are walking away from the camera towards the house in the far distance. They are walking along a gravel road, cars are parked along both sides.
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PHO2011-0385

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Shows parked cars at Parihaka. There is a group of people gathered underneath a covered balcony on the right side of the image.
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PHO2011-0386

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Shows a large gathering of people at urupā at Parihaka. There are also some parked cars visible.
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PHO2011-0387

Shows a stall for Okato cheese factory. On the stall there are women and men dressed in white preparing cheese to give to customers. There is a large crowd on wither side of the stall. The sign above the stall reads "Tasty Okato Cheese". Image was taken during the Okato Jubilee in Okato.
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PHO2011-0523

Shows a float in the Okato jubilee parade. Float is for Opunake Drapers. There is a woman sitting in a small trailer holding an umbrella. The trailer is decorated with red fabric, white ribbons, and red flowers. The trailer is being towed by a blue car. A small crowd of people are watching from the footpath.
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PHO2011-0524

Shows a float in the Okato jubilee parade. Float is for "Cheerful Charlie - Okato's sanitary scientist". The float is set up like a bathroom. There is a man in a bath covered in suds. On the left side of the image is a woman washing something in a bucket. The sign on the float reads "Cheerful Charlie Okato's Sanitary Scientist (I am the greatest). There is a crowd of people watching from the road.
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PHO2011-0526

Shows a float in the Okato jubilee parade. Float is decorated like a small cottage garden. The edge is decorated with flowers and there are toy lambs frolicking in the grass. There are three women on the float wearing frocks and hats. One is dressed up like Little Bo Peep.
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PHO2011-0528

Shows a float in the Okato jubilee parade. The float is selling cups of tea for 6d each. There is a woman, dressed in black and wearing a white apron, standing next to the tea stand. There are a few other people on the float but they are obscured by shadows. The large sign on the float reads "Yard Tea Rooms 1928". There is a smaller sign on the bottom left of the image which reads "6d". There are also two flags, both of which read "WDFF".
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PHO2011-0529

Shows a float in the Okato jubilee parade. The float is decorated with fern and nikau leaves. Standing on the float is a kapa haka group consisting of girls and boys. They are all wearing traditional kapa haka costume. A crowd of people are watching from both sides of the road.
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PHO2011-0530

Shows a participant in the Okato jubilee parade. The participant is a man driving a small bicycle made from an old tin drum. He is wearing a white frilled costume. A crowd of people are watching the procession from both sides of the road.
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PHO2011-0531

Shows a float in the Okato jubilee parade. The float is for Fisher Brothers Sawmillers, Tataraimaka. The float is covered with trees, ponga trunks and shrubs. There is a white tent on the right side of the float. On the left side there is a man standing on a tree trunk about to give a saw demonstration. Crowds of people are watching from either side of the float.
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PHO2011-0532

Shows a float in the Okato jubilee parade. The float is for Fisher Brothers Sawmillers, Tataraimaka. The float is covered with trees, ponga trunks and shrubs. There are two men giving a saw demonstration on the left side of the image. Crowds of people are watching from either side of the float.
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PHO2011-0533
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