Abstract: A depiction of an incident at Battle of Gate Pa, 1864, where Booth was mortally wounded. Shows Wiremu Taratoa kneeling the recumbent figure of Lieutenant Colonel Booth, holding a bowl to his lips. A fortification and Maori whare are seen in the background, beside the curve of a river.
Abstract: Shows the Rev. B. Y. Ashwell's first Mission Station, at Pepepe or Taupiri, located beside the Waikato River. There are high, bush-clad hills behind the house which has a fenced garden. A canoe is close to the station on the river. There is a cabbage tree in the right foreground. In the upper left portion of the view is A-208-003 "Architecture New Zealandic" a sepia sketch of the front and interior of a Maori wharenui or meeting house.
Abstract: The interior of a Maori church, with tukutuku panels between the upright beams in the walls and two central beams supporting the ridge-pole. Ten Maori are seated inside. Along the top, the artist has written the Maori for various building terms: roof tuanui, beam kanae, rafters keke, door tatau, lath ehako, posts wapu. He also adds 'The beams, posts, rafters etc are not squared but very neatly adzed'.
Abstract: Drawn on a published map, depicting location of Waikato tribes during period 1820 - 1863, Maori placenames, some historical information (such as conquest dates). Numbered Waikato areas correspond to key indicating relevant tribal iwi. Major (non-Waikato) tribal areas are delineated alphabetically, for example Hauraki or Ngati Toa tribes.
Abstract: View of a group of men seated inside the H C Baulf `Auckland Star' Service Car, a Dodge automobile, stopped on the muddy road between Frankton and Te Aroha in the Waikato. Photograph taken between circa 1924 and 1925 (the time when the number plate NZ20-113 was active), by an unidentified photographer.