Digitised Image

Petone cemetery, New Zealand, with the tombstone of Wiremu Tako Ngatata, ca 8 Oct 1956

Reference Number: EP/1956/2220-F

Evening Post caption of 8 October, 1956 reads: "Looking towards the road which, it is proposed to widen. The tomb of Wi Tako Ngatata M.L.C. is in the centre. the Celtic cross facing the road is above the grave of the late Dean Lane. In the background is Petone station." Photographed circa 11 October 1965 by an unidentified Evening Post staff photographer.

Key terms:
1 image, related to Wiremu Tako Ngatata, Petone, Te Ati Awa, Roads - New Zealand - Wellington Region and Cemeteries - New Zealand - Wellington Region.

Part of:
Negatives of the Evening Post newspaper, Reference Number PAColl-0614-1 (5390 digitised items)
Evening Post :Photographic negatives and prints of the Evening Post newspaper, Reference Number PA-Group-00287 (5802 digitised items)

Extent: 1 b&w original negative(s)Film negative, 8 x 10.5 cm. Horizontal imageSingle negative

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