McDonald, James Ingram, 1865-1935 :Photographs

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Date
[1864-1921]
By
McDonald, James Ingram, 1865-1935; McDonald, Marjorie Ingram, 1894?-1974
Ref
PA-Group-00083
Description

Collection comprises:

Photograph album of Whanganui River expedition, 1921, and other scenes

Group of officers and non-commissioned men at Tauranga during the New Zealand Wars, 1864

Photograph of Peter Buck in Maori costume

Photographs of Maori, including Hamuti Te Haukino, and New Zealand scenes

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Quantity: 1 album(s) Album(s). 87 b&w original photographic print(s). 1 b&w photo-mechanical print(s).

Physical Description: Photograph album, photographic prints

Provenance: Donated by Marjorie Ingram McDonald, Wellington, 1958 (two deposits). Photographs from the collection of James Ingram McDonald, the father of the donor.

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Format
1 album(s) Album(s), 87 b&w original photographic print(s), 1 b&w photo-mechanical print(s), Photographs, Photograph album, photographic prints
There are 3 sub-groups.
There are 92 items in total.
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There are 92 items in this group.
Whare being built for the International Exhibition in Christchurch
Date: [ca 1906] From: McDonald, James Ingram, 1865-1935 :Photographs Ref: PAColl-0477-04 Description: Whare being built by four Maori men for the International Exhibition in Christchurch, circa 1906. Taken by an unidentified photographer. Quantity: 1 b&w ori...
Maori children by a catch of trout
Date: [190-?] From: McDonald, James Ingram, 1865-1935 :Photographs Ref: PAColl-0477-16 Description: Unidentified Maori children by a catch of trout. A boy stands holding a fishing rod, while a girl stands beside him. Location, and photographer, unidentifie...
Maori carved wooden lintel for the Tamatekupua meeting house in Ohinemutu
Date: [ca 1939] From: McDonald, James Ingram, 1865-1935 :Photographs Ref: PAColl-0477-05 Description: Traditional Maori carved wooden pare (lintel) for the Tamatekupua meeting house in Ohinemutu. Taken by an unidentified photographer circa 1939. Note on back...
Inside Apirana Ngata's house in Waiomatatini
Date: [ca 1910] From: McDonald, James Ingram, 1865-1935 :Photographs Ref: PAColl-0477-06 Description: Inside Apirana Ngata's house in Waiomatatini, circa 1910. A piano and tukutuku panels are visible. A kahu huruhuru (Maori feather cloak) hangs over a chair. ...
Peter Henry Buck wearing traditional Maori clothing, wielding a wooden weapon
Date: [ca 1917] From: McDonald, James Ingram, 1865-1935 :Photographs Ref: PAColl-3396-2 Description: Peter Henry Buck wearing traditional Maori clothing, wielding a wooden weapon, circa 1917. Photographer unidentified. Inscriptions: Recto - bottom right - T...
Eel nets on the Whanganui River
Date: [ca 1921] From: McDonald, James Ingram, 1865-1935 :Photographs Ref: PAColl-0477-18 Description: Quantity: 1 b&w original photographic print(s). Physical Description: Silver gelatin print, 12.1 x 16.5 cm
Photograph of a wicker fishing pot (hinaki)
Date: 1921 From: McDonald, James Ingram, 1865-1935 :Photographs Ref: PA1-q-257-71-1 Description: Hinaki (Maori wicker fishing pot used for trapping eels and other types of fish). These pots enabled the catch to be stored alive until needed. Photographed...
View of Hiruharama (Jerusalem)
Date: 1921 From: McDonald, James Ingram, 1865-1935 :Photographs Ref: PA1-q-257-60-2 Description: View of Hiruharama (Jerusalem) on the Whanganui river. The church, and other buildings of the town stand out against eroded background hills. In the foregrou...
From: McDonald, James Ingram, 1865-1935 :Photographs Ref: PAColl-0477-14 Description: Quantity: 1 b&w original photographic print(s).
Maori wood carving
Date: 1903 From: McDonald, James Ingram, 1865-1935 :Photographs By: Pulman (Firm) Ref: PAColl-0477-13 Description: Maori wood carving photographed by the Pulman Studio, for the New Zealand Government Tourist Department in 1903. An image of this carving was published in t...