[New Zealand. Department of Tourist and Health Resorts] :Haere mai (Welcome) to New Zealand. By authority W A G Skinner, Government Printer, Wellington. [1920s].
Reference Number: Eph-E-TOURISM-1920s-01
Shows two Maori women in the left foreground. One is standing, with a baby wrapped on her back beneath her red cloak. The other kneels to lower food into a boiling pool, on a rope. In the background is a carved whare or meeting house.Name of artist not given.Maori viewers have noted that the colour red is not normally worn by women, and that the designs on the costume borders and headbands are not typically Maori.
1 image, categorised under Chromolithographs, Posters and Ephemera, related to W A G Skinner, New Zealand. Department of Tourist and Health Resorts, Hot springs, Tourism, Maori - Social life and customs, Women, Maori, Maori - Clothing and Cookery, Maori.
[New Zealand. Department of Tourist and Health Resorts] :Haere mai (Welcome) to New Zealand. By authority W A G Skinner, Government Printer, Wellington. [1920s]., Reference Number Eph-E-TOURISM-1920s-01 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 colour art print(s)Chromolithograph, 1015 x 632 mm.. Vertical imageEphemera
Historical Notes: Dated 1920-1929, according to the dates at which W A G Skinner appears to have been the Government Printer.
Conditions governing access to original: Partial restriction - Use photographic copy in preference to original. .
Other copies available: File print, overhead transparency and colour transparency in Ephemera Room
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