[Hobson, Henry], fl 1881 :Taranaki Mounted Rifles [and] Maori guard room & sentry box opposite A.C. lines at Pungarehu, N.Z. [1882?, with photograph by W H Clarke, of] Trooper P Coffey, A.C.F. August 1881.
- 1881 - 1882
- Clarke, William Henshaw, 1831-1910; Sherriff, George, 1846-1930
- Watercolours show three mounted members of the Taranaki Mounted Rifles holding pistols (one is firing his). At the bottom of the page is a watercolour of the Maori guard room, based on a component of the illustrated page by George Sherriff, in the "Graphic" (London), 8th April 1882, page 340. The photograph shows a portrait of Trooper Coffey in uniform, in a studio setting. Other Titles - Armed Constabulary Extended Title - From Henry Hobson's Album of military photographs, cartes de visite and watercolours, Armed Constabulary, Taranaki, 1881-1882, page  Quantity: 1 watercolour(s). 1 photograph(s). Physical Description: Watercolour, 170 x 247 mm, on page of album, with inserted photograph, 166 x 110 mm.
- Additional description
- Album condition is fragile.
- Access restrictions
- Partly restricted - Please use surrogate in place of original
- 1 watercolour(s), 1 photograph(s), Works of art, Watercolours, Photographs, Portraits, Watercolour, 170 x 247 mm, on page of album, with inserted photograph, 166 x 110 mm., Orientation: Vertical image
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