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Anaha Te Rahui, Ohinemutu

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  • Description

    A portrait of Anaha Te Rahui

  • Other Id

    PH-NEG-B15444 (Reference Number)

    PH-RES-1156 (Previous Reference Number)

    34436 (Presto content ID)

    GN.672.2 A532 (Library of Congress Call Number)

    270 (Photographer's number)

    39020 (DBTextworks system ID)

  • Department

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  • Object Type
  • Name/Title
    Anaha Te Rahui, Ohinemutu
  • Primary Maker

     George Pulman (Photographer)

     Jones and Coleman (firm) (Photography studio)

  • Date
  • Level of Current Record
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  • Content
  • Public Access Text

    Anaha, Te Rahui, Arawa tribe. Appointed assessor, Okataira by Smith, December 1861. Ref. Stafford- Te Arawa. p. 107, 359, 402

    Note on image gives date of protection 1901

    Thomas William George Howard Hammond born and educated in Thames; one of first students to enrol at Thames School of Mines when it opened in 1886; taught for 46 years at Thames schools, retiring in 1932; authority on Maori history. (See Ref file 510)

    Original photographer : Pulman, no. 270

    George Pulman was born in Manchester, England in 1827. According to Main & Turner, he worked for only two years as a photographer in Auckland before his death in 1871, and specialised in "Maori Heads". He was, however, taking orders for Fairs and Steel in 1863/4, and selling their portraits of celberities. He also advertised CDVs coloured in oils in April 1864. On 5 May 1864 he ordered 2500 cards cut to size, possibly for cartes-de-visite (NZMS 1364). His business was carried on by his wife, Elizabeth, and a son, Frederick until 1900.

    See photographers files for additional holdings of Pulman images

    Copy Print : ? in print file envelope GN.672.2 A532

  • Copyright
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  • Last Update
    15 Nov 2023

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