Group portrait taken at Waiwhetu, near the new Anglican Church, September 1901
Reference Number: 1/1-003687-G
A group portrait taken at Waiwhetu, near the new Anglican church. They are: Kuru - on the right, second row, Wi Hapi Pakau (third from left back row), Nui Te He Love, sister of Hapi Love (right, back row), Te Rahore Hematini, mother of Mrs Te Aurere Love (front row, right), Epiha Karoro Katene, aka `Repo' (second row from right), Te Aurere Hohepa Love, wife of Hector Love (second from left, back row), Puti (second from left, front row), Pirihia (front row left), Mamai Tapene, aka Emai Tatua, wife of Waru Taumanu (back row from left).
1 image, categorised under Group portraits, related to Kuru, Nui Te He Love, Te Rahore Hematini, Epiha Karoro Katene, Te Aurere Hohepa Love, Mamai Tapene, Mr Rowe, Hapi Love, Waiwhetu, Te Ati Awa ki Poneke, Women, Maori and Maori - Clothing.
Rowe, R K:Negatives of Wellington, Otaki, Wanganui and other districts, Reference Number PAColl-3075 (11 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w original negative(s)Single negative
Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted
Other copies available: File Print available in Pictorial Refernce Service42. Lower Hutt. Waiwhetu. 1901(PFP-003422)
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