People standing outside a whare in Plimmerton

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This item is an image. It was created by an unknown creator on or around the date ca 1890-1910.

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Four men and a woman standing outside a whare in Plimmerton. Photograph taken by an unidentified photographer between 1890-1910. Library client identified the young woman in the photograph as Harriet Toomer, born 1893, died 1894. Her mother was Annie Toomer (Father's name not yet known.) she was adopted at three months by Ani Retimana and Te Kairangi Kerehoma and renamned Kamiria Waireti (Camelia Violet). She grew up not learning to speak English till she went to school. In 1917 she married Robert Mullen, and she became a moving force in the Maori Women's Welfare league. Information December 2010. Inscriptions: Album page - beneath image - Whare at Plimmerton Quantity: 1 b&w original photographic print(s).


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