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Today we have Friday, 25 July 2014, 30. week and the clock is suggesting 16:33.

People[edit]

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List of pictures

Pos Image Date Title
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John Ballance Sculpture Whanganui.jpg 14.06.2014 John Ballance, Sculpture on front of Whanganui City Council Building, Whanganui, New Zealand
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Heinrich Krüger.jpg 11.03.2014 Heinrich Krüger, Klavier- und Gesanglehrer, Gründer des Musikverein Bochum im Jahr 1860, Chorleiter und Dirigent des Musikverein Bochum 1860-1872 und 1888-1904
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02.02.2013 King Jeongjo of Joseon (1752–1800), Korea, Portrait displayed in Unhangak, Hwaryeongjeon-shrine, Hwaseong Fortress, Suwon, South Korea.
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James Hector 1900.jpg 10.07.2012 James Hector (1834–1907), scottish born medical doctor (M.D.), geologist, explorer, head of New Zealand Institute, Geological Survey of New Zealand, and Chancellor of the University of New Zealand.
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Louis Ehrenfried.jpg 28.07.2011 Louis Ehrenfried (1835–1897), German-born well-known New Zealand brewer and local politician.
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Bendix Hallenstein.jpg 16.07.2011 Bendix Hallenstein (1835–1905), German-born New Zealand merchant, manufacturer and politician.
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Johann Friederich August Kelling 1895.jpg 20.06.2011 Johann Friederich August Kelling (1820–1909), German-born immigrant to New Zealand, co-founder of the German settlement Ranzau (close to Nelson), community leader and member of the House of Representatives for Waimea district.
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Julius Haast and his wife Mary 1865.jpg 16.06.2011 Julius Haast and his wife Mary.
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Julius von Haast 1860s-1870s.jpg 16.06.2011 Sir Johann Franz Julius von Haast (1822–1887), German-born geologist, natural scientists and professor of the school geology at the Canterbury College in New Zealand.
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Hongi Hika.jpg 25.01.2011 Hongi Hika (1772–1828), Maori Chief of the Ngapuhi-Iwi and probably best known war leader at times of the New Zealand musket wars.
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Thomas Kendall.jpg 12.01.2011 Thomas Kendall (1778–1832), british missionary and linguist, who settled in New Zealand in mission order of the Church Missionary Society (CMS), founder of the first Sunday schools and in 1815 editor of the first Maori-English dictionary.
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Kendall Hongi Waikato.jpg 12.01.2011 The chiefs Waikato and Hongi Hika with missionary Thomas Kendall in England, oil painting by James Barry, 1820.
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Whina Cooper in Hamilton.jpg 14.07.2010 Whina Cooper, activist, symbol figure of the Maori Land Rights Movement and foundation president of the Maori Women's Welfare League.
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Pōtatau Te Wherowhero by George French Angas - crop.jpg 29.04.2010 Pōtatau Te Wherowhero, Waikato chief, became later the first Māori king.
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Charles Philippe Hippolyte de Thierry.jpg 05.04.2010 Charles Philippe Hippolyte de Thierry (1793–1864), colonialist. He wanted to be the king of New Zealand
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John Logan Campbell.jpg 19.08.2009 John Logan Campbell (1817–1912), politician, mayor of Auckland and the first secretary of the Auckland Savings Bank.
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Otto Ernst Niemeyer.jpg 02.08.2009 Otto Ernst Niemeyer (1883–1971), banker, director of Bank of England.
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John Ballance (Photo).jpg 31.01.2009 John Ballance (1839–1893), Prime minister of New Zealand.
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Edward Wingfield Humphreys.jpg 24.11.2008 Edward Wingfield Humphreys (1841–1892), politician and founder of Middlemarch, Otago, New Zealand.
15
Francis Place.jpg 12.08.2008 Francis Place (1771–1854), british social reformer and chartist.
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Samuel Duncan Parnell.jpg 09.07.2008 Samuel Duncan Parnell (1810–1890), carpenter, successful fighter for the eight hours working day in Wellington, New Zealand.
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Migrant Mother 1936 3.jpg 03.02.2008 Florence Owens Thompson (1903–1983) as Migrant Mother (1936) (3)
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Migrant Mother 1936 2.jpg 03.02.2008 Florence Owens Thompson (1903–1983) as Migrant Mother (1936) (2)
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Migrant agricultural worker's family, Nipomo, California ppmsca03054u.jpg 03.02.2008 Florence Owens Thompson (1903–1983) as Migrant Mother (1936) (1) taken by the documentary photographer Dorothea Lange (1895–1965).
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Frances Willard.jpg 14.01.2008 Frances Willard (1839–1898), suffragette, social reformer and founder of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union (WCTU), USA.
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Mary Ann Müller.jpg 07.01.2008 Mary Ann Müller (1820–1901), suffragette, and one of the first feminist in New Zealand.
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Kate Sheppard.jpg 03.01.2008 Kate Sheppard (1847–1934), suffragette, social reformer and first president of the National Council of Woman in New Zealand.
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Thomas Gabriel Read.jpg 25.11.2007 Thomas Gabriel Read (1824–1826), Australien, Gold Prospector, he triggert the Otago Goldrush in New Zealand.
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William Larnach Family.jpg 22.11.2007 William Larnach with his family (1878).
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William Larnach.jpg 22.11.2007 William Larnach (1833–1898), Banker, Politician, Builder of Larnach Castle, Dunedin, New Zealand.
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Charles Henry Kettle.jpg 19.11.2007 Charles Henry Kettle (1821–1862), Surveyor, Politician in Dunedin, New Zealand.
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Thomas Burns.jpg 16.11.2007 Thomas Burns (1796–1871), Clergy of Scottland, Colonialist in Otago, Co-Founder of Dunedin, New Zealand.
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William Cargill.jpg 14.11.2007 William Cargill (1784–1860), Colonialist in Otago, Co-Founder of Dunedin, New Zealand.
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Priscilla Wakefield.jpg 06.11.2007 Priscilla Wakefield (1751–1832), Feminists, People of the Georgian era, Quaker, Writer, New Zealand.

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