Aftermath of the arrival of the Māori Land March into Wellington
A large group of protesters, participants in the Māori Land March in October 1975, are gathered on the steps of Parliament. Rawiri Ruru is seen in the front of the group in frames 1 to 10. Another man is playing a guitar, and others are holding [music?] sheets, possibly for a waiata. Unless otherwise stated, all persons are unidentified. Photographs taken by Ans Westra.
Rawiri Ruru of Te Aitanga a Hauiti identified by a researcher; previously identified as 'possibly Tom Poata'.
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
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- Westra, Ans, 1936-: Photographs
- 4 b&w original negative(s) 120 strips containing 12 images, Negatives, Cellulose acetate roll film
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You cannot copy this item except for the purpose of 'fair dealing' under the NZ Copyright Act. It cannot be used commercially without permissionAftermath of the arrival of the Māori Land March into Wellington. Westra, Ans, 1936-: Photographs. Ref: AW-1404. Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand. /records/38422821