Photograph of Treaty Tribes Coalition executive, 3 August 1994
Reference Number: EP/1994/2395/8-F
The chairman and executive of the Treaty Tribes Coalition, photographed in Wellington on 4 August 1994 by Evening Post staff photographer Melanie Burford, on the occasion of their meeting with the Treaty of waitangi Fisheries Commission.Back row, from left: Greg White, David Higgins, Paul Morgan, Harry Mikaere, Tom Paku, Witi McMath.Second row, from left: Lia Paranihi, Tuiopira Te Raunua Hape, Wayne Peters.In fromt: Tukekawa Wyllie (chairman).
Photograph of Treaty Tribes Coalition executive, Reference Number EP/1994/2395-F (1 digitised items)
Further negatives of the Evening Post newspaper, Reference Number PAColl-7327-2 (1639 digitised items)
The Dominion Post :Photographic negatives and prints of the Evening Post and Dominion newspapers, Reference Number PAColl-7327 (2038 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w original negative(s) individual image on negative stripCellulose triacetate negative, 35mm. Single negative
Historical Notes: The original newspaper caption reads: "The executive group of the Treaty Tribes group which walked out of the Treaty of Waitangi Fisheries Commission hui at the weekend met with the commission today" (Evening Post, 3 August 1994)
Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted
Citation: Any publication or exhibition must be accompanied by the credit "The Dominion Post Collection, Alexander Turnbull Library".
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