Group including Dr A C Barker, R H Rhodes and W M Maskell, alongside a display of Maori artifacts, [1872 or 1873]
Reference Number: PA1-q-166-052
Group including Dr Alfred Charles Barker (far left), Robert Heaton Rhodes (second from left) and William Miles Maskell (far right), alongside a display of Maori artifacts. Image taken circa 1870, probably in Christchurch. Photographer unidentified.
1 image, related to William Miles Maskell, Robert Heaton Rhodes, Dr Alfred Charles Barker, N.Z.) Colonial and Vienna Exhibition (1872-1873 : Christchurch, Christchurch City and Taonga Maori.
Creator unknown :Museum album, Reference Number PA1-q-166 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w original photographic print(s)Albumen print 180 x 153 mm, mounted on album page. Single photograph
Historical Notes: The Colonial and Vienna Exhibition was held to select New Zealand items for exhibition in Vienna. Theadisplay behind the group consists of items from the Colonial Museum (the poupou in the centre is from Te Hau ki Turanga, the meeting house still held at Te Papa), and the collections of Dr Alfred Barker and Sir Donald McLean. Source of information: Conal McCarthy, personal communication.
Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted
Inscriptions: Inscribed - On album page - beneath image: E R [Withsap ?] John Anderson & [unreadable 6 words]; Album page - beneath image: Dr Barker R H Rhodes C [Fran ?] J [S Unreadable] [J M Haed?] W M Maskell
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