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Photographic portrait of the bust of Colour Sergeant Arthur Ladd of the 18th Regiment. Ladd is wearing a war medal. He is looking toward the right hand side of the photograph. The photograph has been mounted on card.
Accession No
PHO2009-075

Name/Title
Cabinet Card of an unidentified soldier. He is dressed in military uniform. His arm rests on a small table on which a book also rests. He holds his glove in his right hand. His left hand, which is gloved, rests on his thigh and holds a sword. Photograph is mounted onto card.
Accession No
PHO2009-076

Cabinet Card portrait of Captain Matthew Jenkins Jones. Jones is seated and is wearing a suit. Both of his hands rest in his lap. The studio background consists of trees and bush. The photograph is mounted on a brown card with black decorative framing around the photograph.
Accession No
PHO2009-077

Photographic print of an original carte-de-visite of Lieutenant Edward Brutton of the 57th Regiment. Brutton stands with his right arm resting on a pedestal on which also rests a vase and Brutton's hat. He holds a cane/stick in his left hand. Brutton is dressed in formal military uniform. The photograph has been adhered to a small card.
Accession No
PHO2009-080

Landscape photograph of the rifle pits at Ahuahu where Captain Lloyd of the 57th Regiment and others were killed in a fight with Hauhaus on 6 April 1864. W.F. Gordon stands on the right hand side of the photograph overlooking the scene. There is a road on the left hand side of the photograph. The photograph has been adhered to card.
Accession No
PHO2009-085

Name/Title
Photograph of the Papataniwha rock featre on the coast in the region of Omata. Paritutu can be seen in the background. There is a group of people standing under the rock formation. The photograph is mounted on card.
Back row (left to right): Florence Veale, Linda Veale, Essy Beale, Percy Veale, Stanley Tingey, Monte Avery, Kathleen Collis.
Front row (left to right): W.F. Gordon, A. Weller, T. Furlong, Maggie Collis, Hanley Collis.
Accession No
PHO2009-112

Photograph of Captain William G. O'Callaghan, member of the Taranaki Military Settlers and later the Wanganui Rangers. O'Callaghan is dressed in formal military attire. He holds his sword in his left hand and his helmet in the other. The photograph is unmounted.
Accession No
PHO2009-132

Photographic image of Edward St John Daniel, originally of the Royal Navy. Daniel is dressed in formal naval attire. He stands with his right hand resting on a round table, about waist height. His left arm rests at his side. Photograph is unmounted and is a copy of an original carte-de-visite or cabinet card.
Accession No
PHO2009-136

Name/Title
Photograph of Captain Mat Jones, New Zealand Militia. Bearded man in formal suit, top button of jacket closed. Seated in an arm chair, right arm resting on chair back, left arm on lap. Photograph is unmounted.
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PHO2009-138

Name/Title
Photograph of a sketch of Major Charles Brown, commander of the Taranaki Militia and Volunteers. Brown is seated sideways on a chair, his right arm rests on the back of the chair, his left hand rests on his lap. He is fully bearded and wearing a suit. The photograph is mounted on a card.
Accession No
PHO2009-139

Name/Title
Photograph of a photograph of Lieutenant Jones of the Royal Engineers. Jones is dressed in formal attire. He stands with both hands at his pockets. He holds a cane in his right hand. There is a balustrade behind him and a curtain on the left hand side of the photograph. The photograph is unmounted.
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PHO2009-140

Glass plate negative depicting Whiti O Rongomai in Nelson. Te Whiti is seated on a chair, a hand on each leg. He is wearing a hat and a suit. His mouth is open and appears to be talking. There is person whose head is lowered seated on Te Whiti's left. There appears to be a canoe in the foreground. Trees and a fence in the background.
Accession No
PHO2009-141

Name/Title
Glass plate negative depicting Tohu Kākahi in Nelson. Tohu is seated at a table that appears to be set with tea cups and plates. He is in the middle of the image and is looking at the camera. Three other people are visible in the image, either sitting at the table or standing nearby. There is a fence and trees in the background. There is a hat at the bottom left corner of the image.
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PHO2009-143

Studio portrait of John Edward Brewster riding a penny farthing bicycle. He is wearing a striped jersey, a striped cap, trousers and socks pulled up to his knees. He is posed against a painted studio backdrop. Brewster was the manager of the Colonial Sugar Refinery, Auckland. He married Isobel Carrington, daughter of surveyor Octavius Carrington.
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PHO2009-204

Studio portrait of Follett Carrington, son of Octavius Carrington. Follett is standing on a chair and rests one arm on a pedestal that is supporting a sculpture. He holds an unidentified object in the other hand. He is wearing a dress, trousers and boots.
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PHO2009-223

Name/Title
Studio portrait of Wikitoria Kepa (Kemp). Kepa is seated and is looking away from the photographer. She is wearing a dress with lace details and has a cross hanging around her neck.
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PHO2009-224

John Ellis stands in full military uniform with five medals pinned to his chest. He has a helmet on and a sword on his left hip, which he is holding in his left hand. He is wearing white gloves on his hands. He has a full facial beard. There is a plant to his right and a stand to his left side.
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PHO2009-261

Mary Meredith (nee Lawlor) working in the darkroom at Bernard Woods Studios. Mary is seated in front of a Kodak glazing machine and is holding a print that has come through the machine in her right hand. She is looking directly at the photographer. A shelf stacked with negative boxes is visible on the right hand side of the image.
Accession No
PHO2009-279

Name/Title
Jennifer Woods photographing at the wedding of Mary Meredith (nee Lawlor) at Omata Road Hall, 1975. Jennifer is holding a large camera in one hand and the camera cable in the other. She has a bag over one shoulder and is looking directly at the camera. Seated in the foreground is an elderly woman and in the background several other seated figures are visible. Mary Meredith worked at Bernard Woods Studios from 1971 for several years.
Accession No
PHO2009-280

Hand tinted studio portrait of Tuiau Te Tauru-o-te-rangi Te Kahui, also known as Godphry Tui Kahui (1892-1916), the youngest son of Te Kahui Kararehe of Rahotu. Te Kahui is wearing a suit and is leaning against the back of a wooden chair. His hat rests against one knee.
Accession No
PHO2009-296

Carte-de-visite studio bust portrait of Māori chief Porikapa Te Wareware from Parawaha pā, Ōkato. Porikapa has a full facial moko and is wearing a white shirt and suit jacket.
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PHO2009-303

Portrait of the New Plymouth YMCA (Young Men's Christian Association) president Alex Brodie.
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PHO2009-325

Ambrotype studio portrait of Elizabeth Howell (nee Jennings). Howell is wearing a dress with a lace collar. She has one arm resting on a book that sits on a table. She is not looking at the camera. A ring and a brooch at her throat have been hand painted in gold paint. Matted with an embossed metal matt with patterned copper edging. Ambrotype is missing its case. Elizabeth Howell and her husband Simeon Howell arrived in Wellington, New Zealand, in December 1840 aboard the "London", along with other New Zealand Company settlers. They arrived in New Plymouth aboard the "Brougham" on 10 May 1842.
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PHO2009-341

Name/Title
Ambrotype studio portrait of Simeon Howell. Howell is seated in a chair next to a table. He holds a book or document in both of his hands. He is wearing a suit with a waistcoat, shirt and cravat. A tie pin and watch chain have been hand painted onto the photograph in gold paint. The ambrotype is framed with an embossed gold metal matt with patterned metal edging. The photograph is housed in a plain leather case. The lid of the case is lined with orange embossed velvet. A hook clasp is mounted on the left hand side of the case. Simeon Howell and his wife Elizabeth Howell (nee Jennings) arrived in Wellington, New Zealand, in December 1840 aboard the "London", along with other New Zealand Company settlers. They arrived in New Plymouth aboard the "Brougham" on 10 May 1842.
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PHO2009-342

Name/Title
Studio portrait of Māui Pōmare. Pōmare is wearing a suit. He has one hand in his pocket and holds the edge of his suit jacket with the other. He is wearing a ring on his little finger and has a chain with an unidentified object attached to it hanging from his waistcoat.
Accession No
PHO2009-352
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