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No. 1 (Winter 1952)
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One of the highest producing cows on Maori Development Schemes, this lady, whose name is No. 23, produced 570lb. butterfat over the 1950–51 season. She is part of the herd of Mr Edward Crewther, Waimana (near Tauranga), Rehab, settler who was first placed on the land three years ago. Now he produces 17,000lb. butterfat yearly.

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Mrs Kuka of Te Puna (Tanranga) holding one of her smaller cabbages. Unfortunately four or five of the outer leaves are not shown. They were peeled off by the photographer, to leave some room for Mrs Kuka. Mrs Kuha is assisted in her market gardening efforts by the Waiariki Maori Land Board.

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Fabrics designed by Maori girls of the East Coast. When she was a teacher at Gisborne Girls' High School, Miss A. M. Davies encouraged the girls to draw designs for fabrics. She gave no instructions as to what she wanted and the girls followed their own ideas. Miss Davies printed the design on cloth by an elaborate hand process. It is interesting to note that the patterns bear a marked resembance to [ unclear: ]