[Mangaia, during the visit of HMS Mildura with Lord Ranfurly and party]
- [10 October 1900]
Two photographs taken by Malcolm Ross on the cruise of HMS Mildura to the Cook Islands, Niue and Tonga, October 1900, during which the Cook Islands and Niue were annexed on behalf of New Zealand.
The upper photograph (PA1-q-633-19-1) shows Captain Henry Baynes of HMS Mildura hoisting the Union Jack at the annexation of Mangaia, 10 October 1900.
The lower photograph (PA1-q-633-19-2) shows Lord Ranfurly (obscured) reading the proclamation at the annexation of Mangaia, 10 October 1900.
PA1-q-633-19-1 identified from PA1-f-143, page 12.
Quantity: 2 b&w original photographic print(s).
Physical Description: Two gelatin silver prints mounted on album page, 253 x 314 mm (page size)
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- Ranfurly family: Collection / Album documenting the Pacific cruise of Lord Ranfurly on HMS Mildura in October 1900, and the annexation for New Zealand of the Cook Islands and Niue.
- 2 b&w original photographic print(s), Photographs, Two gelatin silver prints mounted on album page, 253 x 314 mm (page size)
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