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Maori (New Zealand people) -- Portraits

 Subject
Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Keith Marshall collection of photographs

 Collection
Call Number: MSS 12
Overview: The collection comprises 147 photographs from the late 19th and early 20th centuries, with representative images of Great Britain, South Africa, New Zealand, Madeira, East Asia, and other locations (many unidentified).
Dates: circa 1880-circa 1920

Paul Paora Tuhaere, Chief Orakie / Queen Aotea, Second Wife of King Tawhiao , 1880s

 Item — Oversize 1: Series 3, Folder: 2
Call Number: MSS 12, Series III
Scope and Contents: Bust-length portrait of Paul Paora Tuhaere, a Maori Chief in Auckland, New Zealand. Portrait shows the chief wearing Western-style suit with white bibbed shirt and bow tie. He has a short white beard and mustache, and his tribal facial tattoos can be seen clearly.On the reverse is a portrait of Queen Aotea. She has short, dark, hair, and wears a traditional cloak with frilled collar and a feather in her hair. She has facial tattoos on her chin.Both images are signed...
Dates: 1880s

Portrait of Wiremu and Rangitoia / Portrait of Tāwhiao, Maori King , 1880s

 Item — Oversize 1: Series 3, Folder: 2
Call Number: MSS 12, Series III
Scope and Contents: The photo on the front depicts two Maori women, with names tattooed on their arms. One woman has the name "Wiremu" on her arm, and the other has "Rangitoia." The women touch foreheads, a traditional greeting.

On the reverse side is a portrait of Tawhiao, Maori King. He wears a heavy woven cloak and has elaborate facial tattoos.

Both images are signed by Pulman photo.
Dates: 1880s