Henry, Annie (Sister) : Photographs owned by Sister Annie Henry

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Henry, Annie, 1879-1971; Gordon, (Mr), active 1967
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Description

Arrangement: Negatives at 1/2-030800 to 30820 and 1/2-030852 to 30944

Annie Henry was appointed missionary to the Tuhoe Maori of Ruatahuna and the surrounding district.

Quantity: 114 b&w copy negative(s).

Physical Description: Film negatives

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Partly restricted - Curator required
Format
114 b&w copy negative(s), Negatives, Film negatives
There are 47 items in total.
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There are 47 items in this group.
Date: ca 1920s From: Henry, Annie (Sister) : Photographs owned by Sister Annie Henry Ref: 1/2-030922-F Description: Unidentified group on the step of Te Whai-a-te-Motu meeting house at Mataatua, seated in front of carved wooden poupou. Photograph taken circa 1920s. Photogr...
Te Pairi Tuterangi
Date: ca 1930 From: Henry, Annie (Sister) : Photographs owned by Sister Annie Henry Ref: 1/2-030871-F Description: Te Pairi Tuterangi, circa 1930. Location and photographer unidentified. Quantity: 1 b&w original negative(s). Physical Description: Film negative
First conference, at Ruatahuna
Date: 1919 From: Henry, Annie (Sister) : Photographs owned by Sister Annie Henry Ref: 1/2-030924-F Description: Caption on file print reads: "Patara, Mr Laughton, Miss Tweed, Miss Jackson, Sister Annie, Rev J G Laughton, Miss Ormsby. First conference 1919. (Mrs Garrie,...
Hune, Takuta Noho Taratoa, and Sister Annie Henry, Ruatahuna
Date: ca 1930 From: Henry, Annie (Sister) : Photographs owned by Sister Annie Henry Ref: 1/2-030868-F Description: From left to right: Hune (son of one of the carvers who worked at Mataatua), Takuta Noho Taratoa, and Sister Annie, circa 1930. They stand outside the Te Wha...
Matu, Hinewhiu and Hoani Mahia at Ruatahuna
Date: ca 1920s? From: Henry, Annie (Sister) : Photographs owned by Sister Annie Henry Ref: 1/2-030814-F Description: Caption on file print reads: "Matu, Henewhiri, and Hoani Mahia". Shows a Maori group at Ruatahuna, sitting on the grass with (sunflowers?) growing behind the...
Marae at Ruatahuna
Date: ca 1920s From: Henry, Annie (Sister) : Photographs owned by Sister Annie Henry Ref: 1/2-030920-F Description: Marae and village at Ruatahuna, photographed circa 1920s. Shows collection of whare in a rural setting, with a hill behind. A large meeting house is on the ...
Maori school children outside the first paling school at Ruatahuna
Date: ca 1920s? From: Henry, Annie (Sister) : Photographs owned by Sister Annie Henry Ref: 1/2-030816-F Description: Caption on file print reads: "School children, outside first paling school at Ruatahuna. This school was built in 1918." Shows three rows of Maori girls and ...
Te Hau a Puanui meeting house at Mataatua Pa, Ruatahuna
Date: ca 1920s From: Henry, Annie (Sister) : Photographs owned by Sister Annie Henry Ref: 1/2-030865-F Description: Te Hau a Puanui meeting house at Mataatua Pa, Ruatahuna. Surrounding buildings are also shown. Photographed circa 1920s by an unidentified photographer. Qua...
Pupils of Ruatahuna Presbyterian Mission School
Date: ca 1917 From: Henry, Annie (Sister) : Photographs owned by Sister Annie Henry Ref: 1/2-030806-F Description: Pupils of Ruatahuna Presbyterian Mission School, showing Charley August, Taiapo Rawiri, Paul August and Hikawera Te Kurapa. Photographed circa 1917 by an uni...
First school in Ruatahuna built with pit sawn timber
Date: ca 1920s? From: Henry, Annie (Sister) : Photographs owned by Sister Annie Henry Ref: 1/2-030874-F Description: Captions on back of file print reads "The first school in Ruatahuna built with pit sawn timber." Shows a single storey building, with a porch, sited on a hi...