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Tamarere, Maori chief from Atene and Koriniti, photographed by William Henry Thomas Partington, circa 1895. He wears a long feather in his hair (close to the forehead hairline) and a korowai (tag cloak). He has a facial moko, beard and moustache.

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Outdoors portrait of unidentified man with large moustache in striped suit sitting on veranda of wooden house with two large dogs, probably Christchurch region

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Half length studio portrait of an unidentified Maori man, photographed by William James Harding of Wanganui between 1856 to 1889. He has a beard and a moustache. He wears a jacket decorated with a camelia flower, and a hat

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Studio upper torso portrait of unidentified sportsman with large moustache wearing a singlet with three medals, Christchurch

Advertising poster for 'Roslyn Overcoats' - Backed by a Great Reputation! Artwork by David Payne. Printed by Chandler and Co.,NZ 1940's

Unidentified wedding party portrait in front of a house with veranda, two men in army uniform, women holding flowers, probably Christchurch region

A Maori soldier (1st Canterbury Regiment) buying cakes from a local woman while halting in training exercise. Other soldiers and another female vendor nearby. Photograph taken 1917 by Henry Armytage Sanders.

Outdoors unidentified wedding couple portrait under trees, groom with moustache sitting next to bride with long veil holding flowers standing, probably Christchurch region

[C.] Hill & Sons, Hat and Cap Manufacturers, Wellington, N.Z. [Catalogue page 5. Cowboy hat, and Stetsons]. 1897.