Posts tagged with military service

W F Gordon’s Taranaki land war photographs

Early last century, New Plymouth man William Gordon assembled a photographic record of people (both Māori and European) who served in the New Zealand Wars of the 1860s. The Dominion Museum (Te Papa’s second predecessor) purchased the photographs in 1916 as part of the Gordon Collection. Recently, I have been working on improving the documentation… Read more »

Slice of Heaven – 20th century Aotearoa: views from the bridge 2

  • Exploring New Zealand's involvment in World War 1 - 'Wanted Men, More Men'.
  • 'Wanted Men, More Men- New Zealand supports Britain in World War 1.
  • Exploring New Zealand's ties with the Empire.
  • Glory of Empire

Installation of Te Papa’s new history exhibition Slice of Heaven - Twentieth Century Aotearoa  continues - 29 days to go until opening on 2 October 2010… The views from the bridge on Level 5 give a taste of what’s to come and the topics that the exhibition will explore.  Here is something evoking the kiwi backyard which nearly always… Read more »