Archives held by Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington and MTG Napier New Zealand
Designs for rafter patterns Houngarea Paki-Paki, Near Taihape
Godber, Albert Percy, 1876-1949
Each pattern has its title above it. These designs are in red, black and white.
1930 Front view of Houngarea meeting house at Pakipaki near Hastings.
Unveiling of Memorial to Te Rapihana Hawaikiranga at Pakipaki
Two photo's show a large group of Māori people gathered at Houngarea Marae in Paki Paki for the unveiling of a memorial to Te Rapihana Hawaikirangi who died on 30th October 1919, aged 60.
Translation of text on the monument: He was one of the worthy sons of an illustrious line of chiefs, being a descendant of Te Whatiupiti and Kahungunu. He was a grand-son of Puhara of Hawke's Bay and Pitiera Kopu of Wairoa. He was loyal to his elders, worked for the welfare of the people and the good of his country. His last words to his people were - Cling to the faith, the Lord is our refuge and strength, the very present help in time of trouble. Farewell oh our father. Erected by his children and widow.