Huia birds, male and female.
- 1890 - 1899
Male and female Huia shown perched on branches of Titoki (Alectryon excelsus) in fruit. Coloured lantern slide made by Newton & Co., Covent Garden, London, from an illustration in Sir Walter Buller's "A History of the Birds of New Zealand".
Inscriptions: Mount recto - right of image - Huia Birds (male & female); Mount recto - top left - Makers, Newton and Co., 37 King St., Covent Garden, London.
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- Harris, Esme Enid, 1913-1993 :Photographs / Coloured lantern slides of illustrations from Sir Walter Buller's "A History of the Birds of New Zealand"
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