Through Tuhoe Land
- March 1904
- Ross, Malcolm, 1862-1930
Photographic record of the state visit of Lord Ranfurly, Governor of New Zealand, to the Bay of Plenty and the Far North in March 1904. The vice-regal party, which comprised Lord Ranfurly, his secretary Dudley Alexander, James Carroll, Dr Maui Pomare, Gilbert Mair, and the journalist Malcolm Ross, travelled on horseback through an unroaded region via Lake Waikaremoana and the Huiarau Ranges, to attend a meeting of the representatives all the Maori Councils of New Zealand, at Ruatoki. The party then returned to Auckland and sailed on HMCS Iris to the Far North, where they attended a number of hui. Most of the photographs were taken by Malcolm Ross, whose pamphlet "Through Tuhoe land" (Christchurch Press, 1904), describes the journey.
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- Ranfurly family: Collection / Ranfurly family photographs
- 1 album(s) Album(s), Photographs
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