Mrs Harrison Lee, a woman temperance campaigner, addressing the citizens of Rangiora
Mrs Harrison Lee, a woman temperance campaigner, addressing the citizens of Rangiora, from the balcony of Scott's Junction Hotel, circa 190-? Photographer unidentified.
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- Wilson, John C :Photograph collection / Wilson, J C, fl 1956 :Photographs of Maori and various views
- 1 b&w original photographic print(s), Photographs
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