Elsdon Best (right) observing Aporo of Gisborne play a nose flute, taken 1923 in Poverty Bay by J McDonald. Another man is standing in the background.
Best is one of New Zealand's most well known early ethnographers. He is best remembered for his large series of writings about traditional Maori society
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