Two newspaper cuttings relating to the Maori rugby team, Te Arawa, [1911?]
Reference Number: qMS-0621-024
Two newspaper cuttings. The first cutting is a portrait and includes the caption "Captain of a Maori rugby team in England: Tiki Papakura, who has formed a team called Te Arawa, at the White City, London". Photograph taken by Central News. An accompanying annotation on the page identifies Tiki Papakura as `Bella's husband'.The second cutting is a team portrait with the caption "New Zealand's national game played by a team of New Zealand natives in England: The team formed by Maggie Papakura's troupe at the White City, London." Photograph taken by Central News.
Extent: 1 pageTwo newspaper cuttings, on page 200 x 318mm. Manuscript
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