Representatives of the Whanganui River tribes and their solicitor D G B Morison, Dominion Museum, Wellington, 1945
Reference Number: PAColl-2427-1
Elders and other representatives of Whanganui River tribes, with their counsel, D G B Morison, in Wellington for a hearing of the Maori Appellate Court of their claim to ownership of the bed of the Whanganui River. Back row, from left to right: Kaiwhare Kiriona, Tanginoa Tapa, Tekiira Peina, Tonga Tume, Hohepa Hekenui, Henare Keremeneta. Middle row: Te Rama Whanarere, Hekenui Whakarake, D G B Morison, Titi Tihi, Ponga Awhikau. Front row: Taka-te-iwa Anderson, Kahukiwi Whakareke. Photograph taken at the Dominion Museum in 1945, by an unidentified photographer.
Maynard, Margaret A :Photographs of Judge D G B Morison and representatives of the Whanganui River tribes, Reference Number PAColl-2427 (2 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w original photographic print(s)Horizontal imageSingle photograph
Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted
Other copies available: File print available in Turnbull Library Pictures920. Morison, D G B. 1945(PFP-016846)
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