Government Buildings, Lambton Quay, Wellington, illuminated for Dominion Day (26 September) in 1907. Photographer unidentified.

(Source: natlib.govt.nz)

Near Highcliff, Peninsula, Dunedin, looking down to the harbour, 23 September 1894. Stereographic photograph taken by William Williams.

(Source: natlib.govt.nz)

Collie at a second story window, Cuba Street, Wellington. Photographed by Evening Post staff photographer Ross Giblin 19 September 1979.

(Source: natlib.govt.nz)

'Experience not necessary'
Sign advertising position of Prime Minister outside premises of employment agency Paxus People, Willis Street, Wellington. Photograph taken 7 August 1989, the time of David Lange’s resignation as Prime Minister of New Zealand, by a staff photographer of The Dominion newspaper.
[Don’t forget to vote tomorrow!]

'Experience not necessary'

Sign advertising position of Prime Minister outside premises of employment agency Paxus People, Willis Street, Wellington. Photograph taken 7 August 1989, the time of David Lange’s resignation as Prime Minister of New Zealand, by a staff photographer of The Dominion newspaper.

[Don’t forget to vote tomorrow!]

(Source: natlib.govt.nz)

Peter Parker and his 11 children, photographed at their home in Te Pene Avenue, Titahi Bay circa 17 September 1963 by an unidentified photographer for the Evening Post. From left to right: Peter Parker, Julie (14), Bernard (13), Christine (11), Angela (10), Brenda (9), Timothy (7), Stephen (6), twins Helen and Lawrence (5), Michael (4), Nicholas (2).

(Source: natlib.govt.nz)

View over Thorndon, looking north down Tinakori Road from above Anderson Park. Taken on the 6th of September, 1932.

(Source: natlib.govt.nz)

Charlie Barton, with his movie camera, in a Bristol fighter F2B of the New Zealand Air Force. Taken in September 1928, on the occasion of Charles Kingsford Smith’s aerial crossing of the Tasman.

(Source: natlib.govt.nz)

Miss Levendia Lily Taine, September 1869. Photographer, and location, unidentified.

Miss Levendia Lily Taine, September 1869. Photographer, and location, unidentified.

(Source: natlib.govt.nz)

500 posts!

500 posts!

Waimangu Geyser, by James McDonald, c. 1900-1904.

(Source: collections.tepapa.govt.nz)

Woman worker in a munitions factory, 30 August, 1943, photographed by John Pascoe.

(Source: natlib.govt.nz)

District nurses, in uniform and with their bicycles, outside the South Durham St headquarters in Christchurch. Left to right they are: E Browne, Sister Constance, M Palmer, M Rogers, Sibylla Emily Maude, D Savory, L Laing and Tolerton. Taken by the Steffano Webb Studio on the 29th of August, 1914.

(Source: natlib.govt.nz)

Rugby match between the New Zealand Maori team and the South African Springboks, Athletic Park, Wellington, 28 August 1965. Photograph taken by an Evening Post staff photographer.

(Source: natlib.govt.nz)

Unidentified nurses of the 3rd Echelon, New Zealand Army Nursing Service, departing from Wellington during World War 2. Photograph taken by Charles P S Boyer, 28 August, 1940.

(Source: natlib.govt.nz)

natgeofound:

The arrival of a supply boat draws a crowd to the beach on Mauke Island in New Zealand, 1967.Photograph by William Albert Allard, National Geographic Creative

(Reblogged from natgeofound)