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Shows some old buildings at Ketemarae pā, Normanby.
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PHO2011-0852

Shows a building, Te Manawanui, at Ketemarae pā, Normanby. There is a wooden plaque above the door which reads "Te Manawanui Built 1912 Rebuilt 1955".
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PHO2011-0850

Shows the old meeting house at Kaipo pā, Waitotara.
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PHO2011-0848

Shows carving over the door of the meeting house, Te Paiaka, at Ngutuwera pā, Waitotara. Above the carving is an inscribed panel which reads "Nga - Paiaka".
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PHO2011-0847

Shows two buildings at Te Ihupuku pā, Waitotara. The building on the right side is Karepoonia house. There is a memorial to 1939-45 war soldiers visible on the far left of the image.
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PHO2011-0841

Shows two buildings at Ngutuwera pā, Waitotara. The building on the right side is Nga Paiaka. The building on the left is the dining hall, Te Rau-Tau-Hoou.
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PHO2011-0840

Shows the old dining hall, Te-Rau-Tau-Hoou, at Ngutuwera pā, Waitotara.
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PHO2011-0839

Shows the meeting house, Nga Paiaka, at Ngutuwera pā, Waitotara.
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PHO2011-0838

Shows the concrete memorial gateway at the entrance to Ngutuwera pā, Waitotara. There is a car visible on the roadside behind the gateway.
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PHO2011-0837

Shows the front door of the old dining hall, Te-Rau-Tau-Hoou, at Ngutuwera pā, Waitotara. There is an inscription above the door which reads "1913 Te-Rau-Tau-Hoou".
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PHO2011-0836

Shows the old meeting house at Kaipo pā, Waitotara.
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PHO2011-0835

Shows an old house at Kaipo pā, Waitotara. The house is decayed and fallen down.
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PHO2011-0834

Shows two buildings at Whenuakura marae, Pātea. The building on the left side of the image is the wharekai, Hekehekeipapa. The building on the right side of the image is the meeting house, Matangirei. There are sheep grazing in the foreground. Tihoi pā is visible in background.
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PHO2011-0833

Shows the front door of the wharekai, Hekehekeipapa, at Whenuakura marae, Pātea.
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PHO2011-0832

Shows the interior of Kumea-mai-te-waka at Ketemarae pā, Normanby. The interior lining of the walls and roof are made from toitoi. The timber frames in the interior are all hand adzed. The building was built in 1902 and reconditioned in 1958.
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PHO2011-0831

Shows Kumea-mai-te-waka at Ketemarae pā, Normanby. The building was built in 1902 and reconditioned in 1958.
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PHO2011-0830

Shows front of wharekai, Te Titohea, at Urenui marae, Urenui.
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PHO2011-0829

Shows wharekai, Te Titohea, at Urenui marae, Urenui.
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PHO2011-0828

Shows the Rutherford Homestead (wooden villa), Lower Parihaka Road, Pungarehu. The villa is in good condition and the grass around the property is well maintained. There is a fence running along the foreground and a row of trees in the background. The villa was built for James Rutherford and family, near the Tipoka flax mill, 1889.
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PHO2011-0685

Shows Ron Scarlett from Canterbury Museum, in the Taranaki Museum, working on a half assembled moa skeleton.
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PHO2011-0680

Shows the War Memorial, library and museum building in New Plymouth. A ceremony is taking place outside the front entrance. There is a brass band performing to a large audience.
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PHO2011-0677

View of The Gables at its present site at Brooklands Park. The building is in good condition and the garden is well maintained. The building was originally a colonial hospital but now serves as the head quarters for Taranaki Arts Society.
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PHO2011-0665

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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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
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