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No. 2 (Spring 1952)
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The Hon. Sir Apirana Ngata:


By A. R. Fraser, a.r.c.a., a.r.b.s.
A bronze model by Alex. R. Fraser, A.R.B.S. This work was made some years before Sir Apirana's death, and was exhibited at the Royal Academy, London, in 1948. One copy stands at present in the meeting-house Porourangi, at Waiomatatini, and another copy has now been placed in Parliament House, Wellington.

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Maori leaders at Waiomatatini during the recent memorial hui. Left: Pahau Milner; Right: Arnold Reedy. These two men, both close friends and collaborators of the late Sir Apirana, took a prominent part in the hui.

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Carved sitting room of the late Sir Apirana's house at Waiomatatini. Lady on right: Mrs Te Kani Te Ua, oldest daughter of the late Sir Apirana, and three of the grandchildren.

SIR APIRANA REMEMBERED

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Below: The late Sir Apirana with a favourite granddaughter, Wiki White.