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An outdoor group portrait of Newton King and staff, March 1917. Sitters unidentified.
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PHO2006-228

A framed, panoramic photograph with a handwritten title: "3rd Taranaki Company, 3rd Battn. Wellington Infantry Regt. Cadford, May 1917." Men depicted are in full uniform.
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TM.2002.310

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WWI Medical Corps carrying wounded military personnel on a stretcher, Belgium circa 1917.
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PHO2006-035

Wooden grave site marker of Private William George Innes, No.2 New Zealand Field Ambulance, WWI. Killed in action, 12 August 1917, aged twenty-five. Wooden grave site marker of Private John Herbert Reeves, No.2 New Zealand Field Ambulance, WWI. Killed in action, 12 August 1917, aged twenty-four. Presumed to be located in Belgium.
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PHO2006-040

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WWI Medical Corps walking on wooden board walk over muddy ground in Belgium, circa 1917.
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PHO2006-037

Photograph of New Plymouth Harbour looking out to the Tasman Sea with one ship moored at the Moturoa Wharf, probably SS "Waiwera", and another in the distance leaving the port, 1917.
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PHO2010-0173

Edmond Leo Malone and Mary "Peter" Malone (nee Brocklehurst) on their wedding day. The couple were married on 4 July 1917 in Watford, England.
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PHO2010-0736

Copy photograph of 1917 original showing Harry Williams holding his cat Ginger in the snow-covered summit of Mount Taranaki. Harry wears climbing gear and a balaclava. Harry's pack and ice pick rest in the snow at his feet. Snow-covered rocks are visible behind the pair. Ginger lived at the North Egmont Mountain House on Mount Taranaki and was the first feline to climb unaided to the Mountain's summit on the 16 January 1917 when he followed Mountain Guide Harry Williams and a group of five women trampers up the mountain. Harry Williams was Manager of the North Egmont Mountain House at that time.
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PHO2012-0645

Glass plate negative portrait of Signaller Leo Valentine Hickey, 1917. Hickey is shown wearing military uniform. He is seated with his left arm resting on a table.

Hickey was born in Opunake on 2 November 1894 to parents John Cornelius Hickey and Honora Hickey (nee Stack). He worked as a clerk before serving in WWI, embarking on 16 November 1917. He married Josephine May Lawson and had four children, and died on 11 October 1928 in Opua, Northland.
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PHO2014-0371

Framed watercolour by E.E. Wickham entitled "The Bend - Waitara River". Depicts an image of a bend in a river with the large weeping willow type tree leaning out over it. Signed lower left corner in black paint "EEW / 1917". Framed in a thin gold-coloured wooden frame with glass cover and gold-coloured mat. Handwritten in black ink on rear ""THE BEND / WAITARA RIVER / BY EE. WICKHAM". In fair condition - patches of discolouration evident along the right side edge - two patches in particular being upper right corner and middle right side edge.
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A91.816

Wooden grave site marker for Corporal Joseph Johnstone Lawson, No.2 New Zealand Field Ambulance, WWI. Died of wounds at age twenty-three, 4 August 1917. Burial location recorded as Trois Arbres Cemetery Steenwerck, Nord, France.
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PHO2006-039

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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

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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

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The ship SS "Waiwera" docked at the New Plymouth Harbour. The image inscription describes her as the 'first ocean liner,' she was a Shaw Savill 6237 ton steamer, local agents were Newton King. She berthed on the 21 March 1917 to much local celebration and loaded 313 tons of meat.
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PHO2010-0223

Two adults and three children sitting in a row baot on the lake at Pukekura Park. Fred Greyburn holds the oars and sits on the right side of the boat with Jean in front of him. Fred is wearing a military uniform. Roy and Maude Charters sit at the other end of the boat with Floyd sitting in front of Maude. Ferns overhang the lake on bank behind the boat.
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PHO2009-145

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Studio half length portrait of Mr Brynes. He is seated on a chair and rests his left elbow on a table beside him. He is wearing a suit jacket with shirt and tie.
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PHO2009-277

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Photographic portrait of G.W. Browne: Mayor: Aug 1911 - 1914. Councillor: March 1904 - Aug 1911. May 1917 - April 1919.
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A66.377

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

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View from the trenches during WWI in Belgium.
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PHO2006-041

Unframed oil on canvas. Predominant colours are pinks, small white flowers, and cream coloured background.
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A65.846

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Unstretched canvas, in elongated frieze shape, of various New Zealand fungi rendered predominantly in browns, yellows and pinks.
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A65.661

An unframed botanical work of oil on canvas. Depicts speciman of Passiflora. Predominant colours - greens, creams, mauve, yellow, orange.
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A65.744

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Glass plate negative of Tom Cox and Miss Warner on their wedding day, May 1917. Tom is wearing military uniform and is standing next to the bride. Miss Warner is seated in a cane chair. She is wearing a dark-toned full-length skirt with a jacket over a white shirt with a large fringed collar. She is also wearing a light-toned hat with a wide brim and is holding a bouquet. A groomsman is standing on Tom's right, also wearing military uniform. A bridesmaid is standing on Mss Warner's left, wearing a dark-toned full-length skirt and jacket over a white shirt with a large fringed collar. She is also wearing a dark-toned hat with a wide brim and lighter edges, and is holding a bouquet. The group are positioned in a studio setting with a painted backdrop including a window and draped curtain behind them. The corner of a chair is partially visible on the right.
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PHO2015-0161

Officers and Non-Commissioned Officers H-Company 27th Reinforcements at Trentham, 1917. The names of the officers are recorded on the back. Front row from left: Sergeants Thornton, Williams, Keeble and Arlidge. Next row (sitting): Sergeants Monckton and Wells, Lieutenants Hutton, Abraham, Birkett and Ross, Sergeant Major Steele, Sergeants Victor Caddy Davies and Joblin. Next row (standing): Sergeant Collings, Corporals Fletcher, Walsh and Billdabeck, Sergeant McKellar, Corporals Short and Matchett, Sergeant Bulfin, Corporals Jensen and Meikle. Back row: Lance Corporals Robinson, Scott, Read, Baildon, Wells, Nichols, Terril and Mulcahey.
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PHO2013-0134
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