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No. 4 (Autumn 1953)
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PEOPLE

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Attentive members of an adult education class at Fraser Road settlement, near Hawera. The subject for the evening was Rarotonga. The Adult Education Officer, Mr W. Parker, gave a short talk and showed an interesting film.
Photo: John Ashton.

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Arnold Wilson, a Maori boy who has completed a course in sculpture at an art school in Auckland. During his stay at the school he took a job to help pay his way. This sculpture of Tangaroa arising from the sea, shows how he has been able to use Maori motifs in his art.
Photo: National Publicity Studios.

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Mr. F. Heketoro Leonard, of Rotorua, who is accompanying as guest artist the New Zealand Brass Band now making a tour of Britain. He will also lead the band in lakes.
Photo: Arcadia Studios, Rotorua.

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Mesdames P. A. P. Waho teach Maori and pakeha girls Maori weaving at Mokau public school.
Photo: Crago Studios, New Plymouth

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Miss R. Hohapa by a plaque in Wairaka Park, Whakatane. The plaque commemorates the landing of the Matatau canoe (14th century). members of her tribe, Miss Hohapata is a direct descendar captain of the canoe and of Wairaka, his daughter, after park was named.

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Mr Hira Rogers in his store at Otaua, near Kaikohe. A retired dairy farmer, he planned the store and built it himself with the help of a relative. Photo: John Ashton.