New Zealand (nation)
Found in 1180 Collections and/or Records:
75 x 56mm. A view showing boys taking part in a three-legged race on the deck of the 'Ionic'.
Loose photographs, some captioned, measuring approximately 210 x 150 mm, and showing views of Auckland and Waitemata Harbour.
360 x 260 mm. A view looking across the hillside behind the town towards the Government Building, a two storey wooden construction with a few officials standing outside the entrance. With small houses in the background.
362 x 265 mm. A view looking down on the road which runs through a rocky gorge across two small stone bridges. Milton lies near the coast south west of Dunedin and this road follows the Clutha River north west up to Alexandra.
South Island, New Zealand. [Dog sitting near heap of rubbish].
191 x 126 mm. A view at an unidentified location, looking across a field towards a well-trimmed hedge, with a chimney visible among trees at the right.
72 x 55mm. A slightly blurred photograph showing a ferry crossing a river on pulleys.
Full-plate (landscape format). [Showing house in distance].
197 x 135 mm A view from above looking down into the steaming mouth of one of the many geysers in the area with Lake Rotomahana visible in the background.
200 x 146 mm. A view showing three Maori women, two of whom are engaged in 'Hongi', or nose-pressing (rather than rubbing). Hands are clasped at the same time. The women are wearing traditional costume, two in cloaks decorated with black cords ('korowai') and one in a woven cloak decorated along the edges.
199 x 143 mm. Portrait of a Maori, with feathers in his hair and wrapped in a woven cloak. Tattooing can be seen around his nose and chin and he holds a broad wooden dagger.
99 x 135 mm. A head and shoulders studio portrait of a Maori, heavily tattooed and with feathers in his hair.
94 x 126 mm. A head and shoulders studio portrait of a tattooed Maori, with a feather in his hair and wearing a korowai, or cloak decorated with black cords.
95 x 136 mm. A head and shoulders studio portrait of a tattooed Maori warrior, with feathers in his hair and a woven blanket draped around him. As in Y3089D/60, the tattooing has been retouched to give it greater clarity. This man’s moko is more elaborate than that of Y3089D/60. As well as the features mentioned there, he had additional spirals on his chin, called paepae, and the curved tiwhana on his forehead turn down towards his eyes and then back towards his ears.
95 x 136 mm. A head and shoulders studio portrait of a Maori woman, with feathers in her hair, a woven blanket draped around her, and tattooing around her mouth and chin.
97 x 139 mm. A head and shoulders portrait of a long-haired woman, draped in a blanket and with tattooing on her chin.
201 x 147 mm. A view showing Maoris in and beside one of the hot pools at Whakarewarewa.
56 x 73 mm. A view looking along a large ornamental garden.
56 x 73mm. A view looking towards the lake, with poplar trees on either shore.
71 x 55 mm. A view showing an unidentified river spanned by a metal bridge in the background.
70 x 57mm. A view looking across the river to pasture land beyond.
A print, mounted on card, and measuring 142 x 100 mm, with a caption stating 'Napier, N.Z. 1864' and signed 'E.J. Mountier. 1894'. The photograph is a reproduction of a painting of the young settlement viewed from an overlooking hill, with the sea at the left and houses and enclosed land in the foreground.
Full-plate (landscape format). [A large rambling house probably built in stages, with gable windows, greenhouse and balcony and many creepers. Elderly man standing by greenhouse].
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.