Diary, photographs and cuttings
Contains diary entries by Keys about his travels through the North Island on business as a Native Land Agent; there are detailed descriptions of the countryside and towns through which Keys travels, and discussions about the people he meets; there are also discussions about Maori practices and customs that Keys experiences, and his impressions of them
There are also notes about the end of World War One and the influenza epidemic, Maori gardening practices, native flora and fauna, and the liquor trade
There are also a number of maps of the volcanic plateau, and a number of photographs of people, scenery and Te Arawa marae
Quantity: 1 folder(s).
Finding Aids: Inventory available.
Access restrictions: Partly restricted - Please use surrogate in place of original
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Format: 1 folder(s), ManuscriptsSee original record
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