Interracial marriage

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Date: 1935 By: British Empire Films; W E Smith Ltd; Rose, Julian, active 1920-1930s; Strand Theatre (Morrinsville, N.Z.) Ref: Eph-E-CINEMA-1935-01 Description: Poster promoting a film shows a man and woman together in the foreground with an exotically-dressed green-tinged Eastern woman at top left. Smaller text rea...
Date: 1990 From: New Zealand Society of Genealogists : 1990 Sesquicentennial Family Biography Competition collection Ref: MS-Papers-4280-008 Description: The story of William McLeur Palmer; his parents who had both been transported to Australia, early years in Australia, arrival in New Zealand, whaling and se...
"Pakeha are okay in their place, but I wouldn't want my daughter dating one..." 5 August 2010
Date: 2010 From: Hubbard, James, 1949-: Digital caricatures and cartoons Ref: DCDL-0014959 Description: The lower half of a huge man dressed in Nazi-style jackboots who represents 'Apartheid' is shown manipulating a string puppet that represents Maori Party MP ...
Date: 19 Jun 1994 From: A history of Indian women in Aotearoa By: Wood, Pushpa, 1956- Ref: OHInt-0063/06 Description: Pushpa Wood details being born in Delhi India on 14 July 1956, moving to New Zealand in May 1980 and living in Wellington. Talks about her life in India, gro...
Date: 1994 - 01 Jan 1994 From: A history of Indian women in Aotearoa By: Samuels, Lullita, active 1960s?-1994 Ref: OHInt-0063/03 Description: Lullita Samuels discusses her background in terms of her mother and iwi and her father and her Indian heritage. She reflects upon her earliest experiences, i...
Date: 7 Oct 1993 - 07 Oct 1993 From: Slices of lives oral history project By: Chong, Helen, 1944- Ref: OHInt-0407-06 Description: Helen Chong born in England to Jewish parents who went there from Germany in 1939. Interview focuses on her parents' life in Germany during the period of Hit...
Date: 31 May 1995 From: A history of Indian women in Aotearoa By: Keshar, Leila, active 1950s?-1995 Ref: OHInt-0063/01 Description: Leila Keshar (Mansel) talks about her grandfather and his early years in Aotearoa - around 1904. Discusses the marriage of her parents which went against tra...
Date: 2003 - 11 Jun 2003 - 01 Nov 2003 By: Reeves, Jane, active 2002-2003 Ref: OHColl-0758 Description: The project offers personal accounts, both female and male, of Maori-Pakeha intermarriage in New Zealand in the 1950s and the 1960s. Abstracted by - Clare C...
"I don't want my daughters bringing home Pakeha boyfriends." "This is not racist. Hone just wants to preserve his culture and heritage..." "My point exactly. Well said gentlemen..." 7 August 2010
Date: 2010 From: Scott, Thomas, 1947- :[Digital cartoons published in the Dominion Post] Ref: DCDL-0014972 Description: Maori Party MP Hone Harawira declares that he doesn't want his daughters bringing home Pakeha boyfriends, Co-leader of the Maori Party Pita Sharples says thi...
"I never had you picked for a Harawira fan, Pooh!" "No accounting for taste!" 4 August 2010
Date: 2010 From: Tremain, Garrick, 1941- :[Digital cartoons published in the Otago Daily Times] Ref: DCDL-0014965 Description: Shows Pooh bear holding a jar of honey only the 'y' is not visible so that the word reads 'Hone.' Piglet is surprised that Pooh would be a Harawira fan and ...
Okiwi Brown and his wife Nan, Rona Bay, Eastbourne
Date: [1880s] From: Williams, Edgar Richard, 1891-1983: Negatives, lantern slides, stereographs, colour transparencies, monochrome prints, photographic ephemera Ref: 1/1-025936-G Description: Okiwi Brown and his wife Nan, outside their dwelling which was situated under the hill between Rona Street and Houhere Tce, Rona Bay, Eastbourne. Photograph ...
Unidentified couple, a pakeha man and Maori woman
Date: [1870-1889] From: Harding, William James, 1826-1899 :Negatives of Wanganui district Ref: 1/4-007905-G Description: Photograph taken by the studio of William James Harding, Whanganui. Source of descriptive information - Negative register and inscriptions on negative Quan...
Maori and Pakeha at a wedding celebration in Torere
Date: 1963 From: Westra, Ans, 1936-: Photographs Ref: AWM-0723-F Description: Scenes at a wedding celebration in Torere, in 1963. 10 images show Maori groups. 2 images show the couple, a Maori groom and a Pakeha bride, with Pakeha gues...
Torere, wedding reception on the marae
Date: 1963 From: Westra, Ans, 1936-: Photographs Ref: AWM-0722-F Description: Images showing scenes from a wedding reception on the marae at Torere, taken in 1963 by Ans Westra. Images show portraits of the bride and groom, the wedding...
Torere, wedding party outside church
Date: 1963 From: Westra, Ans, 1936-: Photographs Ref: AWM-0721-F Description: Images showing scenes from a church wedding at Torere, taken in 1963 by Ans Westra. Images show portraits of the bride and groom outside the church, as well...
Wedding of Waaka Vercoe and Rosalind Agar, Stokes Valley
Date: 1964 From: Westra, Ans, 1936-: Photographs Ref: AWM-0878-F Description: Images show scenes from a wedding reception held in a marquee at Stokes Valley, taken in 1964 by Ans Westra. Unless otherwise stated all persons are unidenti...
Wedding, Waikanae
Date: 1965 From: Westra, Ans, 1936-: Photographs Ref: AWM-0879-F Description: Images show guests socialising at a wedding reception held in a marquee at Waikanae, taken in 1965 by Ans Westra. Unless otherwise stated all persons are uni...
Date: [1962?] Ref: qMS-1900 Description: Describes the life of William Jenkins, a Kapiti whaler, and his descendants. Wharemauku is the original name for Raumati South. Source of title - Caption ti...
Date: 1853-1945 By: Sturmer, John Heaton von, 1874- Ref: MS-Papers-10046 Description: Newspaper cuttings relating to Maning and von Sturmer, a letter from Ruth Ross about her research into Maning and von Sturmer and a manuscript showing Sarah ...
Torere, wedding
Date: 1963 From: Westra, Ans, 1936-: Photographs Ref: AWM-0720-F Description: Images showing scenes from a church wedding at Torere, taken in 1963 by Ans Westra. Images show the congregation and ceremony inside the church, as well as ...