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The 65th Regiment on parade on Mount Eliot, New Plymouth. The soldiers are in full military uniform. A number of people watch the parade from the top of the hill. Houses on the left side of the photograph. A soldier in the centre of the image is handing over an object to another soldier.
Accession No
A64.035

Twenty one portraits of members of the Taranaki Rifle Volunteers who took part in the Second Anglo-Boer War, 1901-1902. The portraits are matted together and have handwritten annotations under each photograph, in addition to other handwritten information. Collected and presented by Captain Felix T. Bellringer.
Accession No
A66.045

Portrait of William Henry Skinner holding a printed piece of paper in his hands. Skinner is seated side on to the camera and is wearing a suit and tie. He is looking away from the camera.
Accession No
A66.163

Copy photograph of a sketch of the Reverend William Bolland. The image is a bust portrait of Bolland. He is wearing a shirt, jacket and bow tie. Bolland was the first Vicar of St Mary's Church (now Taranaki Cathedral). He arrived in Auckland on March 1843 and was appointed vicar on 3 December 1843.
Accession No
A66.186

Name/Title
Heavily hand tinted photographic portrait of William Tatton. Tatton is clothed in a dark blue suit with waistcoat, white shirt with pearl buttons and dark blue tie. The top of fob chain is visible at the bottom of the image. He has thick brown hair with close cropped beard and moustache. Tatton arrived in New Plymouth with his wife and family on the 'Eden' from London on 29 October 1850.
Accession No
A66.223

Name/Title
Copy photograph of a Charles F. Goldie painting of Te Pihinga. Te Pihinga is pictured with shoulder length hair and a large tiki around her neck. She is wearing a feather cloak fringed with a v-shaped neckline.
Accession No
A66.290

Name/Title
A hand coloured photographic portrait of an unidentified woman. She wears a black high collared dress with a small clasp at her throat. Her hat is made of lace and she has black lace falling down either side of her face.
Accession No
A66.308

Name/Title
Photographic portrait of Edward Dockrill - Councillor:
Aug 1st 1885 - Sept 13th, 1888.
Sept 3rd - 1889 - Dec 1897
May 1909 - Jan 1911
Mayor Dec 1897 - May 1903
May 1906 - May 1908
Accession No
A66.374

Name/Title
Photographic portrait of William Bayly - Mayor Dec 21st, 1881 - Dec 17th, 1884 and Dec 15th, 1886 - Dec 19th, 1888.
Accession No
A66.375

Name/Title
Photographic portrait of James Bellringer. Councillor: Sept 1879 - Dec 1889. Mayor: Dec 1889 - Dec 1893. Councillor: Sept 1896 - June 1901.
Accession No
A66.378

Photographic portrait of John Edward Wilson. Councillor: Nov 14th, 1912 - April 28th, 1914. Mayor: 29th April, 1914 - October 11th, 1915.
Accession No
A66.381

Name/Title
Photographic portrait of John Barton Roy. Mayor Dec 1888 - Dec 1889 and Dec 1893 - Dec 1897.
Accession No
A66.382

Photographic portrait of Captain James Davidson. Mayor: Dec 1879 - Dec 1881.
Accession No
A66.384

Name/Title
Photographic portrait of James Clarke. Councillor: April 7th, 1910 - April 16th, 1915. May 2nd, 1912 - Nov 16th, 1919. Mayor: Nov 17th, 1919 - Nov 11th, 1920.
Accession No
A66.386

Photographic portrait of Arthur Standish Esq. New Plymouth's first Mayor, 1876 - 1878.
Accession No
A66.387

Photographic portrait of Charles H. Burgess M.B. E. - Mayor 1915 - 1919.
Accession No
A66.388

Photographic portrait of Frank Edwin Wilson. Mayor Nov 1920 to Nov 14th 1927. Councillor Mar 1904 to April 1907; April 1909 to April 1911; Nov 1915 to April 1917.
Accession No
A66.390

Name/Title
Heavily hand tinted photographic portrait of Joseph Hart. Hart is wearing a jacket, shirt and tie. He has white hair and a white beard. He arrived in New Plymouth on the ship 'Timandra' in February 1842.
Accession No
A66.435

Portrait of John Edward 'Ned' Shewry, champion axeman. Ned is pictured cradling an axe in one arm and has his other arm resting on a table/cupboard. Two cups are standing on the top of the table/cupboard. Shewry is wearing a sash that says "Worlds Champ".
Accession No
A66.458

Name/Title
Head and shoulders portrait of S. Percy Smith. He is balding with a beard and moustache. He wears a dark jacket, waistcoat, light shirt and tie.
Accession No
A66.469

Unidentified boy dressed in a sailor suit, facing the viewer with one hand resting on a table. The ribbon on his hat has the inscription "H.M.S. Challenger".
Accession No
A66.485

Group photograph of the Atiawa Māori Rugby Reps team. The team were the holders of the Parihaka Challenge Shield from 1924-1925. The 17 members of the team are posed with their, manager, selector and two line umpires in three rows. From left to right, in the back row are: K. Kepa (line umpire), M. Skelton, C. Ruru, T. Komako, W. Edward, T. Manu, C. C. Clark and W. Skipper (line umpire). In the second row are: M. Skipper, H. Mana (Vice-captain), G. Koea, J. Skipper (selector), B. Soffe (captain), J. Bailey (manager), J. Butler, J. Puke and W. Mana. In the front row are: W. Kapa, H. Falwasser, J. Crowe and P. Kawe. A shield rests against the legs of team captain B. Soffe who also holds a rugby ball. The group are posed outside a group of buildings.
Accession No
A72.607

Group portrait of Board of Directors of Taranaki Petroleum Company. Handwritten in sepia ink on matt below image: "Christopher Carter with James J. Elwin's compliments in / rememberance of the time when you led the way to Oil and success / June 1912".
Accession No
A80.078

A photographic print of eleven men, six seated and five standing before a backdrop of Mt Taranaki / Egmont. Caption reads "Presented to his worship the Mayor, Richard Cock, Esq. by the council and staff of the New Plymouth Borough, as a mark of appreciation and with hearty good wishes for his future welfare, February, 1905". In rear: Councillors C. Ahier, F. E. Wilson, W. F. Brooking, G. W. Browne, A. W. Wood, M. Fraser (absent); in front: Councillors J. S. S. Medley, W. A. Collis, F. T. Bellringer (Town Clerk), Richard Cock (Mayor), E. Harvey Gibbon (Borough Engineer), Councillor G. Cliff.
Accession No
A91.813

Name/Title
Hand tinted ambrotype portrait of four unidentified children. Three children are standing next to the oldest child, who is seated in the centre of the photograph. On the right hand side of the image a chair is standing on the top of a low table. The skin, hair and clothes of the children has been hand tinted.
Accession No
A96.290
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