Morice album 1

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Date
[Between 1899 and 1902]
Ref
PA1-q-162
Description

Views of South African war, showing activities of New Zealand and Canadian troops; many photographs of Afrikaners (including a portrait of Paul Kruger) and Zulu people; photographs of Richard and Louisa Seddon in South Africa, and on board ship en route to coronation of Edward VII in 1901. The album also includes views of Maori officers who travelled to the coronation as part of the New Zealand Army contingent.

There are signed photographs of J R Taylor, and H Rees (p 69)

Inscriptions: Album page - Charles G. Morice (Ex libris, signature inside front cover)

Quantity: 1 album(s) Album(s).

Physical Description: Album with green cover, black leather corners and spine; 28.5 x 37.5

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Morice, Charles George Frederick, 1868-1966 :Photographs
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1 album(s) Album(s), Photographs, Album with green cover, black leather corners and spine; 28.5 x 37.5
There are 9 items in total.
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There are 9 items in this group.
Major Bauchop
Date: 1902 From: Morice, Charles George Frederick, 1868-1966 :Photographs Ref: PA1-q-162-63-4 Description: Major Arthur Bauchop on board the `Tongariro' en route to England for the Coronation of King Edward VII. Photographed by an unknown photographer in 1902. I...
Major Bauchop
Date: 1902 From: Morice, Charles George Frederick, 1868-1966 :Photographs Ref: PA1-q-162-61-3 Description: Major Arthur Bauchop on board the `Tongariro' en route to England for the Coronation of King Edward VII. Photographed by an unknown photographer in 1902. I...
Mrs Seddon and her son Captain Richard Seddon, South Africa - Photograph taken by I von Gottfried
Date: 1900 From: Morice, Charles George Frederick, 1868-1966 :Photographs By: Gottfried, I von, active 1900 Ref: PA1-q-162-70 Description: Louisa Jane Seddon seated with her son Captain Richard Seddon, South Africa. Photographed by I von Gottfried in 1900. Inscriptions: Photographer's title on...
Group on deck of `Tongariro'
Date: 1902 From: Morice, Charles George Frederick, 1868-1966 :Photographs Ref: PA1-q-162-63-2 Description: Group of five men on the deck of the ship `Tongariro' en route to England for the coronation of King Edward VII. Those standing are from left - Blair. Art...
Captain Richard Seddon's horses, Albany Wharf, Western Australia
Date: [ca 1899] From: Morice, Charles George Frederick, 1868-1966 :Photographs Ref: PA1-q-162-15-4 Description: Captain Richard John Seddon's two horses on Albany Wharf, Western Australia, on the way to the South African War. Their bridels are held by a soldier. Phot...
Victoria Studio (Photographers) : Autographed photograph of William James Hardham
Date: 1902 From: Morice, Charles George Frederick, 1868-1966 :Photographs By: Victoria Studio Ref: PA1-q-162-73 Description: William James Hardham photographed in 1902 by Victoria Studio (of Australia?). He wears the Victoria Cross, and other medals. The autograph on the bottom rig...
Group on deck of `Tongariro'
Date: 1902 From: Morice, Charles George Frederick, 1868-1966 :Photographs Ref: PA1-q-162-61-4 Description: Group of three men on the deck of the ship `Tongariro' en route for England for the Coronation of king Edward VII. Photographed by an unknown photographer i...
Captain Richard Seddon and Captain Saxby
Date: [ca 1900] From: Morice, Charles George Frederick, 1868-1966 :Photographs Ref: PA1-q-162-50 Description: Studio portrait of Captain Richard John Seddon and Captain Saxby photographed by an unknown photographer in about 1900. Inscriptions: Album page - beneath i...
Prime Minister and officers of the Coronation Contingent
Date: 1902 From: Morice, Charles George Frederick, 1868-1966 :Photographs Ref: PA1-q-162-60-3 Description: Prime Minister Richard John Seddon, Colonel Thomas Porter, and officers of the Coronation Contingent on the ship `Tongariro' en route to England for the Coro...