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[Clark, Russell Stuart] 1905-1966 :Working in the kumara plantation [1955]

Reference Number: B-023-017

Shows Maori men using digging sticks (ko) to cultivate a garden, with a young woman in the left foreground digging with a form of hoe or pick. In the background, kumara are carried on the shoulders of two people suspended in a flax basket from a stick and another woman is planting kumara. A historical reconstruction drawn for educational purposes

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1 image, related to Russell Stuart Cedric Clark, Kumara, Gardens and Maori - Agriculture.

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[Clark, Russell Stuart] 1905-1966 :Working in the kumara plantation [1955], Reference Number B-023-017 (1 digitised items)

Extent: 1 colour photo-mechanical print(s)Photolithograph, 356 x 457 mm. Single art work

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