Treating polio, 1943 This child is being treated by a nurse at the Wilson Home for Crippled Children in Takapuna, Auckland.
Māori land loss: North Island
Parihaka Pa, 1881
Hinemihi after the eruption
A tramway inhalation car
Kids at the Wilson Home for crippled children, 1943 | NZHistory, New Zealand history online
People using the inhalation chamber in the Government Buildings in Cathedral Square, Christchurch
Are we downhearted? : girls merrily on their way to Phillipstown School on the day Christchurch schools reopened after five months due to the removal of restrictions on the assembly of children after the end of the infantile paralysis epidemic.
Symonds Street Cemetery | Forgotten NZ
K Road | Symonds Street Cemetery | Cemetery Gully with view of Rangitoto | John Tremenhere Johnston 1850s