Abstract: Tainui women against the sale of Coalcorp, sing hymns outside the Court of Appeal, 28 August, 1989. From left: Mere Rautana Taka and Mrs Rangi Skinner. Photograph taken by Evening Post Post photographer Ross Giblin.
Abstract: Rahui Te Kiri Tenetahi (right) and her daughter Ngapeka Te Roa, of Ngati Manuhiri, alongside a building made of ponga logs, Little Barrier Island, 1893. They hold dahlia flowers. Photograph taken by Henry Wright.
Abstract: Looking down over an extensive view of the Waikato Plain, with Kimihia, the Waikato River and Lakes Waahi, Hakapoa, Waikare, Rotongaro and Whangape marked. The view is from the top of Taupiri, just above the modern site of Huntly, looking north.
Abstract: Portrait of Te Kirihaehae Te Puea Herangi. She is standing in front of a Maori carving (possibly at the entrance to the model village at Whakarewarewa). Taken by William A Price in early 1900s.
Abstract: Includes various dashed and dotted lines depicting routes taken by various Iwi around the coastline of North Island. A few names of iwi members are recorded. Includes descriptive notes of events which occurred around the coastline, and a key details 3 numbered places. Many rivers and streams are drawn but only a few are named as are some places, points and islands. Hachures. Some Maori place-names included.
Abstract: On the left, a wharepuni and wharekai. ON the right, sketches of pairs of Maori weeping together, and greeting one another. Sketch of cooking house was made at Tu Kaitote, Te Wherowhero's pa on the Waikato and is the original for part of the lithograph in: Angas G F New Zealanders Illustrated, Plate LIX, p133