A Resident Commissioner for Western Samoa arrives by sea, 1919-1923
Reference Number: PAColl-0085-037
The New Zealand Resident Commissioner, probably Colonel Robert Ward Tate, landing with his retinue from a small boat at Apia water front. Further out from the wharf, rowed by sailors, are two boats in attendance flying New Zealand flags. A group of Samoan and European officials wait to greet him. Photographed between 1919 and 1923 by an unknown photographer.
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