Te Waha O Rerekohu, pohutukawa tree at Te Araroa
- [ca 1964]
Te Waha O Rerekohu,reputed to be the largest Pohutukawa tree in the world, in the grounds of Te Waha O Rerekohu Area School, Te Araroa, photographed 1964-1965 by Gladys M Goodall. A Red Bus Service Commer van is in the foreground.
Publication Note - Published by Whitcombe & Tombs as postcard WT1022
Inscriptions: Mount recto - top left - Gisborne East Coast: Te-Waha-O-Rerekohu, the largest pohutukawa in the world at Te Araroa.
Quantity: 1 colour original transparency/ies.
Physical Description: Dye coupler transparency 10 x 12.5 cm , in matte
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- Goodall, Gladys Mary, 1908-2015: Scenic photographs of New Zealand
- 1 colour original transparency/ies, Transparencies, Dye coupler transparency 10 x 12.5 cm , in matte, Orientation: Horizontal image
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