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Titia Wirum, Te Wahanui's sister, and Pa Pa

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  • Description
    Double portrait of two Maori women wearing cloaks greeting each other
  • Other Number
    PH-CNEG-C3761
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  • Catalogue title
    Titia Wirum, Te Wahanui's sister, and Pa Pa
  • Identifiers
    PH-CNEG-C3761  (Other Number)
  • Creator
  • Period
  • Description
    Double portrait of two Maori women wearing cloaks greeting each other
  • Collection
  • Production
    Pulman, photographer (Creator)
    Silver gelatin POP
    Support: Paper
  • Format
  • Subject
  • Availability
    • Permission to reproduce this image should be sought from Auckland War Memorial Museum and the copyright holder where applicable  (Copyright)
    • Request in Library  (Access Notes)
  • Citation
    Titia Wirum, Te Wahanui's sister, and Pa Pa,Pulman, photographer,1870's
  • Notes
    • Elizabeth Pulman took over the business of her husband, George, after his death in 1871. George Pulman had specialised in Maori portraiture, and the range and variety of his work was extended by his wife and son Fredrick, with the aid of family friend and studio manager George Albert Steel. The business was sold in 1900 http://0-www.aucklandcity.govt.nz.www.elgar.govt.nz/dbtw-wpd/photographers/basic_search.ht
    • Titia Wirum, of Ngati Maniopoto, sister of the great Maniopoto leader Wahanui Huatare

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