Object: Evans, Geary, Hope, Thompson, Whiteside, wounded Te Ngutu o te Manu 1868
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|Title||Evans, Geary, Hope, Thompson, Whiteside, wounded Te Ngutu o te Manu 1868|
Gordon, W. F. (copyist), circa 1900
Unknown (photographer), circa 1868
|Medium summary||black and white photgraph, gelatin silver print|
|Materials||silver, photographic gelatin, photographic paper, mounting board|
|Classification||gelatin silver prints, black-and-white prints, copy prints, group portraits|
|Credit line||Purchased 1916|
Studio photograph of a group of men in dark coloured suits sitting around a small table. The man in the middle of the group (in the centre of the photograph) appears to have bandages around his head. The man on the far left of the image has a pair of crutches resting on his lap.
Written at bottom of mount "Evans, Geary, Hope, Thompson, Whiteside, Wounded Te Ngutu o te Manu 1868"
For more information on the Soliders and the battle see Taranaki Herald, Volume XVI, Issue 841, 5 September 1868, Page 1 and Nelson Examiner and New Zealand Chronicle, Volume XXVII, 5 September 1868, Page 2at Papers Past
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