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Mount Maunganui School Primer 1 1958 Miss Gwilliam.
Mount Maunganui  School Primer 1 1958 Miss Gwilliam Row 4: Ken Bear – unknown – unknown -  Blythe Rurinui - unknown – Wayne Hall – David ….. –               Miss
2017
Mount Maunganui Primary School 1998 Rm 12 Year 0 &1 (duplicate photo.
Photograph of Mount Maunganui Primary School room 12 year 0 & 1 1998. From images collected during centenary celebrations..Row 3: Renee Lowe – Lauren rose – Stevie Spraggs – Jamie
2017
Mt Maunganui School 1952 Primer 4 Mrs Paton.
Mt Maunganui  School 1952 Primer 4 Mrs Paton Row 4: Bill Muru_ unknown- unknown- Joan Farrelly –unknown -Rosalie Dale – Tom Smith -              
2017
Mt Maunganui School Standard 3 1952 Mr Whaley13-838.
This image was collected during the Mount Maunganui Primary School centenary celebrations. Click here for more information. Photograph of Mount Maunganui Primary School standard 3 1952. Teacher Mr Whaley.  From images
2013
Mt Maunganui School Primer 3 & 4 1952 Mrs Paton.
Class photo from Mt Maunganui School, Primer 3 & 4 in 1952. Collected during the school's Centenary celebrations. 
2015
Mt Maunganui School Form 2 1953 Mr Howie 13-1520.
  This image was collected during the Mount Maunganui Primary School centenary celebrations. Click here for more information.Photograph of Mount Maunganui Primary School form 2 1953 Teacher Mr Howie. From images
2014
Mt Maunganui School Primer 2 1954 Mrs Paton13-510.
This image was collected during the Mount Maunganui Primary School centenary celebrations. Click here for more information about the centenary. Photograph of Mount Maunganui Primary School Primer 2 1954. Teacher
2014
Mount Maunganui School 1960 Form 1 and Form 2 Mrs Gordon (duplicate photo.
Mount Maunganui School 1960 Form 1 and 2 Mrs Gordon Row 4: Mrs Gordon – Carolyn McKenzie –  Robyn Brown– Kathleen Phillips –              Marilyn Brunton – Celia Kiwi –
2017
Mt Maunganui School Std 1,2,3 c1948 (in wrong decade)194913-968.
This image was collected during the Mount Maunganui Primary School centenary celebrations. Click here for more information. Photograph of Mt Maunganui School Std 1,2,3  c 1948 1949. From images collected during
2013, 1943, 1953, 1944, 1954
Faulkner House, Tauranga.
John Lees Faulkner was an early Tauranga trader, arriving in the area in 1840. His house, Okorore, was located at Beach Road, Otumoetai, before being moved to Tauranga's Historic Village
2011, 1935, 1945
Faulkner Family Reunion Plaque (2004-2005.
Plaque laid at Tauranga Mission Cemetery (Otamataha Pā) for the Faulkner Family Reunion (December 2004-January 2005). It reads: In Memory of John Lees Faulkner. His first wife Ruawahine of Ngaiukairangi
2016
John Lees Faulkner (1807-1882.
John Lees Faulkner  was an early Tauranga trader, arriving in the area in 1840. Tauranga City Libraries Image Number: 00-208.
2011, 1865, 1875
Headstone of Ruawahine, John and John Lees Faulkner.
Ruawahine Irihapeti (Elizabeth) Faulkner was the wife of early Tauranga trader John Lees Faulkner. She belonged to the Ngāi Te Rangi iwi, the last people to occupy the Otūmoetai Pā. Ruawahine and John had
2016
Tauranga Town Hall Occupation (1987.
Prior to the 1987 demolition of the Tauranga Town Hall, which opened in 1916, the building was occupied by Ngai Tamarawaho in order to protest land confiscation by the Crown
2012
Tauranga Town Hall Occupation (1987.
Prior to the 1987 demolition of the Tauranga Town Hall, which opened in 1916, the building was occupied by Ngai Tamarawaho in order to protest land confiscation by the Crown
2011
Tauranga Town Hall Occupation (1987.
Prior to the 1987 demolition of the Tauranga Town Hall, which opened in 1916, the building was occupied by Ngai Tamarawaho in order to protest land confiscation by the Crown
2011
Tauranga Town Hall Occupation (1987.
Prior to the 1987 demolition of the Tauranga Town Hall, which opened in 1916, the building was occupied by Ngai Tamarawaho in order to protest land confiscation by the Crown
2012
Tauranga Town Hall Demolition (1987.
Prior to the 1987 demolition of the Tauranga Town Hall, which opened in 1916, the building was occupied by Ngai Tamarawaho in order to protest land confiscation by the Crown
2012
Tauranga Town Hall Demolition (1987.
Prior to the 1987 demolition of the Tauranga Town Hall, which opened in 1916, the building was occupied by Ngai Tamarawaho in order to protest land confiscation by the Crown
2012
Tauranga Town Hall Occupation (1987.
Prior to the 1987 demolition of the Tauranga Town Hall, which opened in 1916, the building was occupied by Ngai Tamarawaho in order to protest land confiscation by the Crown
2012