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Wedding party and guests grouped in a garden. Bride, Ethel Humphries; Groom, William McNeil; Bridesmaids, Nellie O'Brien (R) and Florence Aitken (L); Bestman, Donald McNeil; Flowergirl, May Humphries. Annie May Humphries (nee Pepperill) stands to the left of May Humphries and Thomas James Humphries at the rear between Annie and May.

See also P.2.6 & P.2.8
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PHO2001-20

Photograph of Lucy Lord, or Takiora, a Maori interpretor and guide for British soldiers during the New Zealand Wars. Lord is wearing a formal European style dress and a hat with a feather in it. She is resting her left hand on a pedestal. The studio background consists of an outdoors scene with stone baulstrade. Lord is angled to the right.
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PHO2003-557

Photograph of Arthur Frederick Dobbin playing in toy car constructed of wooden packing crates with canvas canopy on a double-axled chassis. Crates include one for "Bell Tea".
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PHO2004-173

View of Newman House, 128 Tasman Street, Opunake (later Feaver home). Zoe and Henry Newman standing on verandah; child (Albina Newman) seated on cane chair.
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PHO2004-659

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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.
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PHO2005-021

Studio portrait of Mrs Elizabeth Rowlands and Miss Mary Rowlands of Manahi Road, Oaonui.
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PHO2005-027

Studio portrait of Mrs Elizabeth Rowlands and Miss Mary Rowlands of Manahi Road, Oaonui.
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PHO2005-028

Exterior view of "Ken Kora", Mr Hickey's house, Ihaia Road. Formatted as New Year greeting card. Man and boy visible in garden. The house belonged to Mortimer and Minnie Hickey and was built in 1912.
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PHO2005-034

Three unidentified men in the separator room at the Pihama Co-operative Dairy Factory, 1924.
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PHO2007-075

Photograph of an original photograph of Captain Francis Joseph Mace of the Taranaki Militia. He was awarded the New Zealand Cross and is wearing it and another medal in this photograph. He is dressed in a suit and is wearing a hat. The photograph has been taken outside and Mace is standing or sitting in front of a building with wood siding. He is looking toward the left. This photograph is part of the W.F. Gordon collection at Te Papa.
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PHO2008-1818

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Photograph of an original carte-de-visite of the bust of Captain F. Ross who was killed at Turuturumokai in July 1868. Ross's portrait is framed in an oval. He is dressed in a suit and is looking toward the right. The original is part of the W.F. Gordon collection at Te Papa in Wellington.
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PHO2008-1858

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Glass negative of Smith-Billing bridal party. Back row: Fred Billing, groom Laurence Billing, bride Alice Billing (nee Smith) and Harold Smith. Front row: Marjorie, Evelyn, Rita and Ruby Smith.
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PHO2008-192

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Glass negative of Smith-Billing wedding guests, including bride and groom. Group is posed on a hillside, some seated and some standing. There are two checkered blankets spread out on the grass in the foreground, on which young children are sitting.
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PHO2008-193

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Portrait of Mr F. Smith, photographed in profile.
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PHO2008-282

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Portrait of Mr F. Smith, photographed in a frontal pose looking directly at the camera.
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PHO2008-283

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Portrait of serviceman, Private Harold Smith of Pungarehu in military uniform. Standing with one foot on a wooden log. On the right of the image a curtain and a wooden chair are visible. Harold was killed in action on 24 December 1917, aged 21.
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PHO2008-284

Name/Title
Portrait of serviceman, Private Harold Smith of Pungarehu in military uniform leaning towards the camera over the back of a wooden chair. Harold was killed in action on 24 December 1917, aged 21.
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PHO2008-285

Group portrait of the Smith brothers before Harold's departure for military service in World War One. Left to right: Joseph Smith, serviceman Harold Smith of Pungarehu (seated, dressed in military uniform) and Frank Smith. Posing in front of a painted backdrop. Harold was killed in action on 24 December 1917, aged 21.
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PHO2008-286

View of tables settings and decorations for the Parker-Lusk wedding banquet. Streamers hang from the roof and a garland of flowers frames the tiered wedding cake on the head table. Flowers adorn all the tables.
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PHO2008-362

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.
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PHO2008-398

Portrait of Mary Lawn posed in front of a studio backdrop. She sits in a chair with one arm resting on an object. She is wearing a dress, a bonnet and elbow length gloves. She looks away from the camera.
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PHO2008-416

Portrait of Mary Lawn posed in front of a studio backdrop. She stands with her arms by her side looking directly at the camera. She is wearing a dress, a bow in her hair and elbow length gloves.
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PHO2008-417

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

Three people sit in an arrangement with Mrs Jack Yep pictured on the left, Mr John Yep beside her with baby (Jack Yep - Dong Jick-yep) in white gown sitting on his right knee. Mrs Yepn is holding a white cloth in her right hand.
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PHO2008-551

Name/Title
Back row:Jack Jones, Annie (later Kininmonth), Mary (later Trail), Sam Jones, Front row: Marjorie (later Hoskin), Margaret (née Keogh), Margaret (known as Peg, later Vanner) Millicent (later Gilhooly).
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PHO2008-587
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