The Maori Queen, and her husband, in the public gallery of Parliament, Wellington, to witness the enactment of the Waikato Tainui land settlement - Photograph taken by Craig Simcox
- 20 Oct 1995
- The Maori Queen, Dame Te Atairangikaahu, and her husband Whatumoana Paki, in the public gallery of Parliament, Wellington, to witness the enactment of the Waikato Tainui land settlement. Photograph taken 20 October 1995 by Evening Post staff photographerCraiig Simcox. Source of descriptive information - Evening Post caption from 20 October 1995, attached to back of print, and information with image taken at the same occasion at EP/1995/4228 Quantity: 1 colour original negative(s) (Individual image on negative strip). Physical Description: Dye coupler negative, 35mm Finding Aids: Print in Turnbull Library Pictures Evening Post illustrations file at cabinet 18, drawer 3.
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- Dominion post (Newspaper): Photographic negatives and prints of the Evening Post and Dominion newspapers / The Maori Queen, and her husband, in the public gallery of Parliament, Wellington, to witness the enactment of the Waikato Tainui land settlement - Photographs taken by Craig Simcox
- 1 colour original negative(s) (Individual image on negative strip), Negatives, Dye coupler negative, 35mm, Orientation: Horizontal image
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