Olaf Frederick Nelson on his return to Samoa, 1933
Reference Number: 1/2-020699-F
Olaf Frederick Nelson, Samoan nationalist and Mau leader, photographed with his daughters in front of the Parliament building (Fale Fono), on their return to Samoa. Accompanying them are Europeans and Samoans. Photographed by Alfred James Tattersall in 1933.
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Olaf Frederick Nelson on his return to Samoa, Reference Number 1/2-020699-F (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w original negative(s)Cellulose triacetate negative 100mm x125mm.. Single negative
Historical Notes: Olaf Frederick Nelson was the son of a Swedish sailor and a Samoan mother. By the 1920s he was a wealthy merchant trader living in Apia. As a result of Samoan dissatisfaction with the New Zealand administration of their country, Nelson emerged as a Samoan nationalist leader, especially associated with the Mau movement. This resulted in him being exiled from Samoa to New Zealand from 1928 to 1933.
Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted
Other copies available: File print available in Turnbull Library Pictures996. Samoa. ca 1920s(PFP-019346)
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