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Name/Title
Maori woman seated on couch wearing gown.
Accession No
WD.000303

Shows Tamahaeremoana (Tai) Pukere Te Whiti sitting, whilst the artist Ida Carey paints her portrait. Image was taken inside a house at Parihaka.
Accession No
PHO2011-0406

Name/Title
Copy photograph of a Charles F. Goldie painting of Te Pihinga. Te Pihinga is pictured with shoulder length hair and a large tiki around her neck. She is wearing a feather cloak fringed with a v-shaped neckline.
Accession No
A66.290

Name/Title
Copy of an original carte de visite portrait of Ngarongoa Katene, also known as Huria Matenga (Julia Martin) of Te Atiawa, Ngāti Tama and Ngāti Toa affiliation, daughter of Whakapuaka rangatira, near Nelson. Matenga appears seated, facing forward. Dressed in a dark-toned dress, belt, and light-toned scarf, Matenga rests her left hand on the side of her face, and her right hand in her lap. Her long, curly hair is half back and half down, covering her shoulders and left arm. The painted studio background is visible, along with part of the chair in which she sits, and an unidentified object on the right. The photograph is included on page 56 of William Francis Robert Gordon's album "Some "Soldiers of the Queen" who served in the Maori Wars and Other Notable Persons Connected Herewith".
Accession No
PHO2017-0142

Name/Title
Elderly Māori lady smoking pipe. Marohia Kupe was the second wife of Pokaia Tawhiao. Has grey hair, green chin moko, and is wearing reddish/brown top. Marohias son was Te Warehi Arama and his daughter
is Roti. Te Warehi Arama is an only child his other siblings are whangai.
Accession No
A66.238

Name/Title
Head and shoulders portrait of elderly Māori woman. Has grey hair, green moko on chin, black scarf on head and shoulders. Bluish background.
Accession No
A66.297

Name/Title
Peggy Ruakere (later m. McGregor). Split negative of young woman posing for a studio portrait.
Accession No
SW1950.0343

Name/Title
Studio portrait of Peggy Ruakere (later m. McGregor). Split negative of a young woman.
Accession No
SW1950.0342

Name/Title
Peggy Ruakere (later m. McGregor). Split negative of young woman posing for a studio portrait.
Accession No
SW1950.0344

Name/Title
Bride Martha Manu (nee Mahutonga) seated and holding a bouquet.
Accession No
SW1948.1808

Name/Title
Bride Martha Manu (nee Mahutonga) standing and holding a bouquet.
Accession No
SW1948.1809

Name/Title
Debutante standing. Holds bouquet.
Accession No
SW1951.0475

Name/Title
Debutante seated. Holds bouquet.
Accession No
SW1951.0476

Name/Title
Bride Ngaraiti Rukuwai standing and holding bouquet.
Accession No
SW1949.1523

Name/Title
Bride Ngaraiti Rukuwai (nee Pratt) seated and holding bouquet.
Accession No
SW1949.1522

Name/Title
Joan Tuck (later Ruakere) standing holding bouquet.
Accession No
SW1949.1670

Name/Title
Bride seated holding bouquet.
Accession No
SW1949.1680

Photograph of Lucy Lord, or Takiora, a Maori interpretor and guide for British soldiers during the New Zealand Wars. Lord is wearing a formal European style dress and a hat with a feather in it. She is resting her left hand on a pedestal. The studio background consists of an outdoors scene with stone baulstrade. Lord is angled to the right.
Accession No
PHO2003-557

Name/Title
Studio portrait of Miriama Ngaiwaea, daughter of Napera Wynyard, dressed in kahu kiwi (kiwi feather cloak) and wearing huia feather and pounamu (greenstone) adornments. Also known as Ngawaea and Ngawaia.
Accession No
PHO2005-021

Oil portrait of Rangi Kuini Wikitoria Topeora. She is wearing a cloak with a patterned border and has four feathers in her hair. She is wearing long pounamu [greenstone] ear pendants and is wearing an elaborate pounamu [greenstone] necklace comprised of several different pieces. She is seated. A small part of the chair is visible on the right hand side of the painting. Topeora was a niece of Ngati Toa leader Te Rauparaha, and a sister of Te Rangihaeata. She was one of only a few women to sign the Treaty of Waitangi. When she was baptised at Otaki by Bishop Selwyn she insisted on taking the name Kuini Wikitoria [Queen Victoria].
Accession No
A66.140

Oil portrait of Rahapa te Whi Whi, daughter of Rangi Kuini Wikitoria Topeora. She is wearing a cloak with a patterned border and has shoulder length dark hair. She has a moko on her chin.
Accession No
A66.148

Portrait of elderly Maori woman with green chin moko and long grey hair in two plaits. She is wearing a green jacket with red and grey scarf. Dark blue background.
Accession No
A66.173

Name/Title
Portrait of Maori woman wearing green jacket, purple shirt and earrings. She has a green chin moko.
Accession No
A66.251

Name/Title
Standing debutante wearing a flower in her hair and a choker. Subject may be of Maori descent.
Accession No
SW1954.0209

Name/Title
Seated debutante. Subject may be of Maori descent.
Accession No
SW1954.0207
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