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Shows Pine Taiapa at Owae marae, Waitara. He is speaking into a microphone. A group of people on the left side of the image are listening to him speak - some have recording devices. There are three buildings behind them - one of which is Ko Tama Wahine.
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PHO2011-0662

Shows Ted White, with his back to the camera, giving a speech outside Te Ikaroa a Maui meeting house at Owae marae. There are people seated along the edge of the meeting house listening. There are two people standing in the foreground obstructing the view.
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PHO2011-0661

Shows General Lockheart, in uniform, standing on the porch of Te Ikaroa a Maui meeting house at Owae marae, Waitara. There are two young boys standing on either side of him. There are two young girls wearing identical dresses on the right side of the image.
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PHO2011-0660

Shows Te Ikaroa a Maui meeting house at Owae marae, Waitara. There is another building to the left side of the image.
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PHO2011-0657

Shows a group of school aged children around the base of Toka-a-Rauhotu at Puniho marae. A korowai has been draped over the stone. Three children are standing on the top tier of the base whilst others are seated on the lower tier. There is a woman standing on the left side of the image. There is a farm shed and a parked car in the background.
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PHO2011-0656

Shows a group of school aged children seated around the base of Toka-a-Rauhotu at Puniho marae. A korowai has been draped over the stone. A man with his back to the camera, is walking towards Toka-a-Rauhotu. There is a group of school girls playing a ball game on the left side of the image. And another group of people, predominately school children, on the right side of the image. There are buildings and cars visible in the background. The Pouākaii and Kaitake ranges are visible in distance.
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PHO2011-0655

Shows a group of school aged children seated around the base of Toka-a-Rauhotu at Puniho marae. A korowai has been draped over the stone. Other people are visible standing and sitting on the grass around Toka-a-Rauhotu. There are two basketball hoops visible. In the background is a farm shed and a small white building.
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PHO2011-0654

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Two men holding axes standing either side of a tree of which they are in the process of felling.
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PHO2011-0653

Shows a group of people standing on grass at Puniho marae. John Houston is in the centre wearing a black suit and holding a cane. The man in the front on the left side of John Houston, smoking a cigarette, is Ron Scarlett [?]. Behind them is a row of parked cars and a farm shed.
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PHO2011-0652

Shows a building at Mōkau which was once the home of Henry Dixon. The house is in disrepair - the paint is peeling and the roof is falling apart. It is situated on a large grassy section of land. There is a road on the right side of the image and another house in the background on the left side of the image.
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PHO2011-0651

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A ship leaving Opunake Wharf. A crowd of people stand at the end of the wharf.
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PHO2011-0649

Shows the river channel guide marker at Mōkau.The marker is white with a triangular point. Marker is surrounded by bush.
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PHO2011-0648

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Shows Maniroa pā at Mōkau. The Tainui anchor stone is mounted on a plinth inside the concrete fence. The site is recorded as an urupā and is located near the Awakino rivermouth, Awakino. Image was taken from roadside.
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PHO2011-0647

Image shows (L to R) Olive and John Houston sitting on a garden bench. There is a flower garden behind them.
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PHO2011-0646

Image shows (L to R) John and Olive Houston standing on the lawn outside a large white house. There is a flower garden on the right side of the image and numerous trees surrounding the house.
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PHO2011-0645

Shows the Bowl of Brooklands stage at night, during a performance during the Wills Band Festival. The stage is lit up and the band can be seen playing. The trees behind the stage have been lit up with different coloured lights. The lake separating the stage from the crowd is visible in the foreground.
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PHO2011-0640

Shows the Bowl of Brooklands stage set for The Seekers concert. The stage has been painted with Aboriginal styled motifs. The lake separating the stage from the crowd is visible in the foreground.
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PHO2011-0639

Night time view of kapa haka performance at the Bowl of Brooklands, New Plymouth. The stage is set up like a marae meeting house. The stage set was designed by John Bevan Ford. The centre stage is occupied by the performers whilst onlookers are seated on either side of them. The lake separating the stage from the crowd is visible in the foreground.
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PHO2011-0638

Bowl of Brooklands, New Plymouth, Image shows the stage set up like a marae meeting house. There are numerous people on the stage. The stage set was designed by John Bevan Ford. There are rows of bench seats in the foreground - some of which are already occupied.
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PHO2011-0637

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Image shows pou mahora against a green background. This carving is jointly owned between Puke Ariki and Te Papa Tongarewa.
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PHO2011-0636

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Image shows close up Rose Pere's cloak to show pattern. The cloak is white with a diamond/zigzag type pattern in black, brown and green.
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PHO2011-0635

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Image of the stone pounder which was discovered by the English artist William Strutt in 1856. Pounder is carved into a figure. It is perched upright against an orange block. The pounder is housed at the British Museum, London.
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PHO2011-0619

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Image of the stone pounder which was discovered by the English artist William Strutt in 1856. Pounder is lying on one side next to a ruler for scale. In the foreground is a sheet of paper with a description and detailed sketch of the pounder. The pounder is housed at the British Museum, London.
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PHO2011-0618

Shows stone Hine o Tanga on display at the old Taranaki Museum.
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PHO2011-0617

A museum display at the old Taranaki Museum. Shows a collection of Chinese ceramics displayed in a glass fronted cabinet.
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PHO2011-0616
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