[Turner, George Addington] 1833-1911 :Maori passengers Ihiah Tainui, M. H. R., his wife and Maria with two children - left on south side of upper ford of the River Bealey - mode of supplying food to them. (West Coast Road). [ca 1880]
Reference Number: A-032-035
Five men on the near bank of the River Bealey with a ladder propped against a telegraph pole. They are sending a parcel of food across the river via the telegraph wires to M. P. Ihaiah Tainui on the other side. Also on the other side are a woman, presumably Mrs Tainui, with a babe-in-arms and a child. In the distance to the right is a stranded coach. Ihaiah Tainui was Member of the House of Representatives for Southen Maori, 1879-1880.
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[Turner, George Addington] 1833-1911 :Maori passengers Ihiah Tainui, M. H. R., his wife and Maria with two children - left on south side of upper ford of the River Bealey - mode of supplying food to them. (West Coast Road). [ca 1880], Reference Number A-032-035 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 watercolour(s)Watercolour on paper 131 x 183 mm. Horizontal imageSingle art work
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