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Albumen print of a group of soldiers outside the Pukearuhe Redoubt. The soldiers form two lines with some men standing and some kneeling. Other men stand at the ends. In the background are hills, tents, the redoubt wall, and a building. The bottom right corner reads Mi 14 which could be the regimental number.
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PHO2008-1704

Albumen print carte-de-visite of Edward Frederick Hemingway as an older man dressed in military uniform. He is wearing three medals pinned to his chest. He is resting one hand on the edge of a chair/ottoman. He has a long beard and moustache and is looking away from the camera.
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PHO2008-1705

Reproduction of photograph of Edward Fredric Henry (Ned) Hemingway on pink embossed card. Bust portrait. Ned is wearing a suit and tie. "E. F. H. Hemingway" handwritten in pencil beneath image (possibly a signature). He was Proprietor and Editor of the Patea County Press 1911-1941.
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PHO2008-1707

Carte-de-visite of Lieutenant Henry Bally of the 70th Regiment. Bally is dressed in a suit. He is leaning on a stone pedestal which is on the left side of the image. On the right, there is a curtain hanging from the ceiling.
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PHO2008-1711

Photograph of Lieutenant-Colonel Robert Logan of the 57th Regiment. Logan is dressed in a suit and is leaning against a pedestal with his right hand. He holds an umbrella in his left hand. There appears to be a smaller covered table that is in front of the pedestal. There is an ottoman on the right side of the image and a curtain which is resting on the pedestal.
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PHO2008-1712

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Black and white copy of a carte-de-visite of Major Henry Ferdinand Turner of the 65th Regiment. Turner is dressed in military uniform and his sitting in a wooden chair. He holds his cap, which reads "65", in his lap. He is facing right.
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PHO2008-1714

Black and white copy of a carte-de-visite of Private Campbell (left) and Private George Henry Dore (right), both of the Taranaki Military Settlers. Both men are sitting on wooden chairs with a small round table between them. Dore rests his right hand on the table and Campbell rests his right hand on his thigh. Both men appear to have lost their left arms. There is a window inthe background.
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PHO2008-1717

Copy photograph of an original carte-de-visite of the bust of Captain S. Mitchell of the HMS Harrier. Mitchell's bust is framed by a decorative oval shape. He is dressed in a suit and is wearing his medals, including the Victoria Cross. He is looking toward the left.
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PHO2008-1719

Copy photograph of an original carte-de-visite of Lieutenant-Colonel Arthur Frederick Pickard, Victoria Cross winner and member of the Royal Artillery. Pickard is dress in military uniform and is wearing his medals. He is resting his right hand on a decorated wooden hutch, on which also rests his plummed hat. He is resting his left hand on his sword pommel. There is a chair in the background.
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PHO2008-1723

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Black and white photograph of an original carte-de-visite of Captain George Buck of the 65th Regiment and Wellington Rangers. Buck appears to be dressed in military uniform and is standing with his right hand resting on the back of a wooden chair. On the right side of the image is a white wooden hutch and a curtain. The floor is carpeted.
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PHO2008-1725

Black and white photograph of an original carte-de-visite portrait of Captain Edward Carthew of the Taranaki Military Settlers, Number 4 Company. Carthew is wearing a suit and a long necklace. The clasps for his pocket watch are visible and he wears a ring on his left pinky finger. He is seated.
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PHO2008-1728

Photograpgh containing two copy carte-de-visites of the busts of Lieutenant-Colonel Jason hassard and Captain Sewell, both of the 57th Regiment. Hassard (left) is dressed in military uniform and is looking toward the left. Sewell (right) is dressed in a suit and is glancing toward the left.
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PHO2008-1742

Photograph of an original carte-de-visite of the bust of Dudley Stagpoole, winner of the Victoria Cross. Stagpoole is dressed in a suit and is wearing his medals, including the Victoria Cross. He is looking directly at the camera.
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PHO2008-1743

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Photograpgh of an original carte-de-visite of Captain Nolan of the Colonial Forces. Nolan stands, dressed in military uniform, holding a cane with his right hand and resting it on his left forearm. His cap and gloves are resting on the the table behind him.
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PHO2008-1744

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Black and white copy of an original carte-de-visite of E. Denham Tomlinson of the Medical Department. Tomlinson is dressed in military uniform and holds a glove in his left hand. He stands in front of a wooden balustrade and his cap rests on top of a pedestal on his left.
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PHO2008-1745

Black and white copy of an original carte-de-visite of the bust of Sergeant Nicholas Golding of the 65th Regiment. Golding is dressed in military uniform, including a sash. He sits facing the left.
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PHO2008-1747

Black and white copy of an original carte-de-visite of Captain Percival Fortescue (left) and Tom Jenkin (right) both of the Taranaki Military Settlers/Armed Constabulary. Both men appear to be wearing military uniforms. Fortescue is seated in a wooden chair and he rests his right arm on the back of the chair. Jenkin is standing to the right of Fortescue and is holding a baton in his right hand. On the left side of the image is a floor to ceiling window with a view to a patio or balcony.
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PHO2008-1748

Black and white photograph of Captain Cock (at rank of Lieutenant), Colonel Okey(at rank of Captain) and Lieutenant Robert Hooker in front of a white tent at the Volunteer Camp. The two soldiers on the ends are standing and the soldier in the middle (Colonel Okey) is seated on a small chair. All men are dressed in fancy mility uniforms, including decorations. The two men on the left have swords. There are trees in the background but the land has been cleared in the foreground. The camp appears to be at Pukekura Park.
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PHO2008-1749

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Photograph of Walter Rutherford of the 43rd Regiment. Rutherford is dressed in a military uniform, complete with helmet, sash, and medals. He is saluting with his left hand and holding a large British flag in his right hand. There are plants (ferns) and a door in the background of the photograph. The maker of this photograph is unknown becuase the name A.Y. Davis is stamped onto the bottom right corner of the mount but Fairy Studios is stamped on verso.
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PHO2008-1750

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Photograph of George Davy, Dispatch Rider of the Armed Constabulary. The photograph has been touched up by hand. Davy stands with both hands on his sword pommel, his sword tip is resting on the ground. He is dressed in full military uniform, including a helmet. There are ferns and other plants in the background along with a small stone balustrade.
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PHO2008-1752

Photograph of the Opunake Armed Constabulary String Band. The group of men stand, dressed in military uniform, with their instruments. Instruments include drums, trumpets, bass, cello, violins, piano, etc. In the background is a small house or building. From left to right: Walsh, Best, Wright, Perkins (sitting), Edwin (Ned) J. Spurdle, Schwabe, Talbot, McLean, Keys, Heath, Quickfall, Minifie, Leatherby, Willie Ebbott (boy), Lash (small drum).
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PHO2008-1753

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Photograph of five young soldiers who belonged to the Egmont Rifle Cadets. All men are dressed in military uniform. The older looking boy on the left, however, appears to be higher ranked judging by his fancier uniform and sword. The three boys in the centre hold their baoynets in front of them. Another boy on the right holds a sword in his left hand. From left to right: John Ainslei, William Henry Skinner, Tom Russel, Jack Whiteley King, Robert Scott.
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PHO2008-1754

Photograph of four constables, Philip Kershaw, Flanagan, John Beamish, and Michael O'Connor, who participated in the battle of Turuturumokai. All four men are dressed in suits and are sitting around a small round table. The two men on the far left and far right are holding walking sticks. The two men in the middle have their hands placed on their stomachs. From left to right: Philip L. Kershaw, Flanagan, John Gillman Beamish, and Michael O'Connor.
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PHO2008-1755

Photograph of three unknown soldiers. The three men are dressed in military uniform, each is holding a sword. The man in the centre is decorated with a medal. They are leaning against a fallen tree trunk in a bush area.
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PHO2008-1756

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Portrait of Te Teira Manuka, one of the leaders of the village Pukekowhatu of Waitara West. Te Teira is wearing a suit and is resting his hands on his lap. He is facing towards his right.
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PHO2008-1759
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