The pataka (storehouse), Te Takinga, being moved to the Museum of New Zealand - Photograph taken by Craig Simcox, 22 March 1997
Reference Number: EP/1997/0787/28A-F
Sections of the pataka (storehouse), Te Takinga, being carried down Tory Street, Wellington, on its way from the old National Museum building to the new Museum of New Zealand building on the waterfront. It is being carried and escorted by representatives of Ngati Pikiao and Te Arawa. Photographed by Evening Post staff photographer Craig Simcox on the 22nd of March 1997.
The pataka (storehouse), Te Takinga, being moved to the Museum of New Zealand - Photograph taken by Craig Simcox, Reference Number EP/1997/0787-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 colour original negative(s) Single image on 35mm negative stripNegatives
Historical Notes: Te Takinga was built in 1820 by Ngati Piako of Te Arawa. In 1886 it was purchased by Gilbert Mair for Sir Walter Buller. It featured in international exhibitions in the 1880s. Buller erected it on his estate at Lake Papaitonga, and after his death his family donated it to the then Dominion Museum in 1906.
Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted
Citation: Any publication of exhibition must be accompanied by the credit "The Dominion Post Collection, Alexander Turnbull Library."
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