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Portrait of Sir Harry Albert Atkinson as a younger man (arrived New Plymouth aboard "Sir Edward Paget", 16 August 1853). Pictured seated in a chair. Print cut into an oval shape.
Accession No
PHO2007-146

Name/Title
A photographic print depicting an image of Mary Reed Inch (nee Wheeler). Born: Devonport, England in 1842. At age nineteen she came to New Plymouth with her parents in 1849. Mrs Thomas Inch wears a dark dress with lace fringing, white collar and a brooch at her throat. She also wears earrings and her hair is tied back and parted in the middle.
Accession No
A66.470

Garden Party at Pukekura Park, New Plymouth. Possibly a Victoria League luncheon. Union Jack flags flying in the background and trestle tables laden with teapots and tableware. Party mainly consists of female guests.
Accession No
A66.766

W. Bro R. J. Eames, 1909. From portrait board of twenty four officers of Lodge Hawera #34
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PHO2006-220

Name/Title
Unidentified sawmill. A small locomotive engine is loaded with split wood and whole logs. Workers are both seated and standing around this carriage.
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PHO2006-326

Name/Title
An unidentified dairy farm (presumed to be Taranaki region). A horse with dray is loaded with milk canisters. Workers sit and stand with various animals including donkeys, dogs and cows.
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PHO2006-327

Swainson's Studios staff, 1945. Standing (from left to right) are Betty Sole, Norman Squire, Joan Glanville-Clark and Maxine Gush. Seated (from left to right) are Miss Colbert, Joseph Swainson and Mrs Briggs.
Accession No
PHO2007-028

Photograph of Edward Frederick Hemingway's grandson Harold Hilary Dutton posing with his grandfather's militaria. He stands behind a collection of military objects, including two pistols, a sword and a drum, pointing a rifle at the camera. He wears military clothing, including a helmet. Trees visible in the background. Harold was the child who attacked the full-length portrait of Edward F. Hemingway (PA2007.068), ruining the bottom portion of the painting.
Accession No
PHO2008-401

Group portrait of girls from Chetwode School, New Plymouth. The girls are all wearing uniforms and a number of them are reading books or knitting. The majority of the girls are not looking at the camera. The school building is visible in the background.
Accession No
PHO2009-031

Edith and Constance Stanford as older women standing in a garden. Both wear dresses and hats that partially obscure their faces. Edith Stanford established Chetwode School in New Plymouth and Constance Stanford ran Carncott School in Palmerston North.
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PHO2009-032

Name/Title
Edith Stanford as older woman standing on the porch of a house in Wanganui. She wears a dress with a large corsage on the front and is wearing glasses. Edith Stanford established Chetwode School in New Plymouth.
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PHO2009-033

Portrait of William Henry Skinner, photographed in front of carved wooden panel at Taranaki Museum.
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PHO2004-165

Captain Henry Hope-Cross operating a Kindermann Cold Light Enlarger, c.1942. This image was taken during service for the C.P.S (Central Photographic Section) at the Air Force Photographic Unit, Stout Street Wellington.
Accession No
PHO2006-022

Name/Title
Mid-shot group portrait of six unidentified soldiers, WWII. All with bare chests, standing in front of a large tree.
Accession No
PHO2006-057

Name/Title
Group portrait of seven soldiers, WWI. Third from left is Percy Douglas. Seated and standing at military camp in front of tents.
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PHO2006-058

Studio portrait of the directors of the Warea Dairy Company, 1931.
Back row (left to right): T.C. Bredin, G.E. Julian, F.H. Fowler (Manager)
Front row (left to right): Frank G Sole, C.B. Webster (Secretary), C. Wells (Chairman), C.S. Muir
Accession No
PHO2006-232

Name/Title
Photographic print of an unidentified gentleman. He is bearded and dressed in a dark jacket, waistcoat and light coloured pants. He is seated on a wooden chair with his right elbow resting on a table.
Accession No
A66.416

Name/Title
A photographic print of Mrs Coad seated, resting her left arm on a table. She is wearing a high collared black dress with a small cameo brooch at her throat. Her hair is tied in a bun at the nape of her neck. In her left hand she holds a small sprig of flowers.
Accession No
A66.486

Name/Title
Framed photograph entitled "Maori Belles". Two unidentified females standing in the background and two unidentified females seated in the foreground. Each is dressed differently and all hold a traditional Maori weapon. Punga trees feature in the background.
Accession No
A66.268

W. Bro.J. E. Wilson, 1897. From portrait board of twenty four officers of Lodge Hawera #34
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PHO2006-202

Black and white photographic print of eight men - five standing and three seated. Caption reads: "Inglewood Borough Council 1925-27". Persons named.
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A91.820

Large photograph of soldiers lined up at Parihaka. Aerial view. Houses/huts and fences can be seen in the background. The photograph has been adhered to black card.
Accession No
PHO2009-089

Name/Title
Photograph of a group of soldiers, likely the Armed Constabulary, standing/sitting in front of a tent. The men are dressed in military uniform. Some of the men are sitting on wooden chairs while the others are standing behind them. There are two men sitting on the ground in the front row. The soldiers are unidentified. The photograph has been adhered to a large mat.
Accession No
PHO2009-092

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 New Zealand Wars veterans standing in two rows on steps. The photograph has been adhered to a card. An identification tag has been adhered to the bottom of the photograph. The men are dressed in suits and all of them are wearing hats.
Back row from left: R. Tingey, S. Stedolph (sec., Wellington), J.K. Revell [Taranaki Volunteers], J.S. Russell, Major Lomax (vice-pres., Wanganui), C. Bonner, W. Forsythe, W.H. Davis, Geo. Tuffin [Wanganui Ranger].
Front row from left: Capt. Preece (N.Z.C.), E.N. Liffeton [likely to be Edward Nolloth Liffiton 1843-1923 of the Wanganui Yeomanry Cavalry], W.J. Griffiths, Lieut. T.D. Cummins [probably Thomas Dick Cummins of the Wanganui Volunteer Cavalry], Geo. Adlum (vice-pres.), T. Hickman (sec. Wanganui branch) [Armed Constabulary], Geo. Davis [probably G.S. Davis, Wanganui Yeomanry Cavalry], J. Farrell [18th Regiment], T. Carey [18th Regiment].
Accession No
PHO2009-042
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