Typed bottom of photo as caption: “Two Artificial Pah Islands constructed by Maoris on Lake Horowhenua. Roha a te Kawau (left) and Waikiekie (right). Photo by G.L. Adkin.”
View of the south-western corner of Lake Horowhenua taken from Te Maai Ridge showing two artificial islands, Roha a te Kawau (left) and Waikiekie (right), and native bush on the shoreline. A boat with two sets of oars is visable to the immediate right of the tree in the foreground. In the centre of the photograph a boat with a white sail is featured, and to its right is a wooden boat with four people aboard.
1 B&W photo print copy, mounted (with 2000.018.0115b)
See also 2000.349.0001, 2000.363.0001 and 2000.364.0001
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