- [ca 1900]
Maori Anglican clergymen. Photograph taken at East Cape, Gisborne region, circa 1900.
Other - Identification notes on back of file print cannot not be reconciled with the photograph as there are fewer names than people. Also, the names are listed from right to left (not from left to right, as is more usual), and many names are spelt oddly.
Other - Note on back of file print reads: "Prominent Anglican clergymen, East Cape. Back row, from right: Rev Mohi Turei,..., Rutene Te Hihi [since identified as Rutene Te Aihi], Mokai Kerara, Mateie Kapa, Taimora Hapimana. Middle row, from right: Rev Teri Paerata [since identified as Hone Teri Paerata] , Hone Papahia, Nikora Tautau. Front row, from right: Rev Hare Maihi, Timoti Kiriwi, Hemi Huata, T Tawhai."
Source of descriptive information - File print
Quantity: 1 b&w copy negative(s).
Physical Description: Film negative
- Access restrictions
- Partly restricted - Please use surrogate in place of original
- Part of
- Orbell, Margaret, fl 1940-2001 : Photographs, mostly taken at East Cape, Gisborne region
- 1 b&w copy negative(s), Negatives, Film negative, Orientation: Horizontal image
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