- Frame one shows a corner of a large workshop at the Māori Arts and Crafts Institute at Whakarewarewa with two young Māori men working on wood carvings. Completed carvings are seen on a long table, and there is a walkway on a higher level with a group of men and women visitors looking down over the men at work. Frames 2 to 12 show Māori families picniking in a park (probably Tongariro North Domain) where there are swings, a slide, and picnic tables. Unless otherwise stated, all persons are unidentified. Photographs taken by Ans Westra. Source of descriptive information - Notes written by Westra, accompanying the corresponding proof sheet Quantity: 4 b&w original negative(s) 120 strips containing 12 images. Physical Description: Cellulose acetate roll film
- All requests for copies, use and reproduction, must be sent to Ans Westra's agent Suite Tirohanga at firstname.lastname@example.org and 04 976 7663. Copyright: Copyright held by Ans Westra
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- 4 b&w original negative(s) 120 strips containing 12 images, Negatives, Cellulose acetate roll film
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