Tomika te mutu, a noted east coast chief [picture] /

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on or around the date 1925.

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Title from inscription below the painting.; Part of the collection: Original drawings, notes, etc. concerning the Maoris, New Zealand.; Atist's signature and date on painting.; "Painting of General Gordon Robley's famous pen and ink life sketch of the well-known old Chief of Motuhoa Island, Tauranga tribe, Ngaiterangi, by T. Ryan. General Robley painted a large copy which he presented to King Edward VII on the very day our King George V was meeting the Maori people at the great Roturoa Tourna...


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