- ca 1933
"Kawhia; Where the Tainui canoe rests." Records of a visit to Kawhia Harbour and the place where the Tainui canoe is said to be burried. Photographed by an unknown photographer in about 1933
Top left photograph (PA1-o-116-85-1). View of a stretch of beach. On album page below print is written "The pah"
Top right photograph (PA1-o-116-85-2). View across the sea to buildings on the edge of the land. On bottom of print is written "Tainui Glade from a launch"
Bottom left photograph (PA1-o-116-85-3). Group of Boy Scouts sitting on the ground under scrub trees. On album page below print is written "The stone over burried canoe"
Bottom right photograph (PA1-o-116-85-4). An upright stone standing among scrub trees above a beach. On the top of the print is written "Kawhia." On the bottom of the print is written "Stone marking the buried Tainui [canoe]"
On the centre of the album page is drawn a map showing harbours from Manakau to Awakino
Quantity: 4 b&w original photographic print(s).
Physical Description: Silver gelatin prints
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- Craddock, Gerald Rainsford :Assorted photographs including New Zealand locations and Kashmir, India / Craddock album 6
- 4 b&w original photographic print(s), Photographs, Silver gelatin prints
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