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Ruth Munro.
Colour photograph of Ruth Munro as part of her entry in the 2013 Memoir and Local History Competition, archived at: https://perma.cc/9Q4Y-C2FQ. Photograph: Ruth Munro.
2014
Emily Surtees & Christmas party at Katikati (1898.
Photograph of a group of adults and children during a Christmas party at Katikati in 1898. Emily Surtees is standing third from the left.  Emily Surtees Photographic Collection. Photographer: Emily Surtees
2012
Christmas party at Katikati (1898.
Photograph of a group of adults and children during a Christmas Party at Katikati in 1898. Emily Surtees Photographic Collection. Photographer: Emily Surtees (nee Stewart) (eldest child of George Vesey and Margaret
2012
Picnic party at Katikati Hot Springs (December 1898.
Photograph of several people enjoying a picnic at Katikati Hot Springs in December of 1898. Emily Surtees Photographic Collection. Photographer: Emily Surtees (nee Stewart) (eldest child of George Vesey and Margaret Stewart). Courtesy of
2012
John Reynolds and dog at Katikati (1899.
John Reynolds (c1853-1935) was born in Hull, Yorkshire, England. He arrived in New Zealand in 1882 and was associated with the Onehunga Iron Works. He married Martha Elizabeth Wilson (1870-1910)
2012
Julia Stewart with two grandchildren (December 1898.
Julia Turton was born in England on 11 March 1832. She married John Erskine Douglas Stewart on 17 January 1854. John died on 2 August 1870. Their son Michael arrived
2012
Esther Wallis (1895.
A sketch of Esther Wallis in 1895. Esther was adopted by the infamous Minnie Dean in 1890 and ended up giving evidence at her trial for infanticide in 1895. Drawn by W.
2013
Women's Suffrage Petition (1893.
Copy of the first page of the main suffrage petition submitted to Parliament on 28 July 1893 containing the signatures of suffragettes Kate Sheppard (1847-1934) and Eliza Wallis (nee Hart)
2013
Gold Locket: Jane Simpson (1889.
A gold locket that belonged to Joan Simpson's grandmother, Jane Simpson (nee McCauley). Jane was born in Dromore, Townland, County Tyrone, Ireland on 7 November 1870. She arrived in New
2016
Gold Locket: Jane Simpson (1889.
A gold locket that belonged to Joan Simpson's grandmother, Jane Simpson (nee McCauley). Jane was born in Dromore, Townland, County Tyrone, Ireland on 7 November 1870. She arrived in New
2016
Gold and Ruby Locket: Jane Simpson (1889.
A gold and ruby locket that belonged to Joan Simpson's grandmother, Jane Simpson (nee McCauley) containing a photograph of her husband William MacGregor Simpson and one of their children. Jane
2016
19th Century Orange Order Sash: McCauley Family (1889.
19th Century Orange Order Sash that belonged to the McCauley family who arrived in New Zealand on board the Jessie Osborne in 1876 as part of George Vesey Stewart's Katikati settlement. The sash is made from
2016
19th Century Orange Order Sash: McCauley Family (1889.
19th Century Orange Order Sash that belonged to the McCauley family who arrived in New Zealand on board the Jessie Osborne in 1876 as part of George Vesey Stewart's Katikati settlement. The sash is made from
2016
No. 2 Road Hall, Te Puke (2013.
The No 2 Road Hall is still standing. In early 2004 a group was formed to look into restoring the hall as an example of an early settlers meeting place. The
2013
Butt Brothers Phoenix Bakery and Cheap Grocery Store (16 July 1881.
Bay Of Plenty Times (16 July 1881, p. 3)
2014
Headstone of Ada & Eleanora Turner.
Headstone of Ada Campbell Turner and her sister Eleanora Grace Turner who were the children of Capt. Archibald Campbell and Eleanora Jane Turner (nee Simson). Ada was born in Brockville, Ontario, Canada on 10 October
2016
Bay of Plenty Times (4 September 1872.
These days the Bay of Plenty Times count’s itself among New Zealand's largest daily newspapers, but for many years its very existence was precarious and it came close to folding
2014
The Strand, Tauranga (c1870s.
The Strand Tauranga c 1870s. From left David Asher’s store; Masonic Hotel bakery (Maxwells?); Medical Hall; The Strand Auction Room; Phoenix Bakery; Bay of Plenty Times office; Tauranga Hotel. The
2014, 1867, 1877
Ōpepe Memorial: St George’s Church (Gate Pā.
Ōpepe (about 12km southwest of Taupo) was the site of a skirmish between European militia (Tauranga and Bay of Plenty Volunteer Cavalry) and Maori rebels on 7 June 1869. Te Kooti and his
2014
Headstone of Hannah Barnes (nee Law) (1816-1867.
Colour photograph of the headstone of Hannah Law who emigrated to New Zealand in 1859. Nine years earlier her first husband,  John Bell, had been accidentally killed when he fell off a a Doncaster
2013