In 1901, visitors to the newly opened Lindauer Art Gallery on Queen Street in Auckland were able to sign a Visitors' Book and leave a comment about their experience. In the same spirit, we invite you to sign your name and share your reflections in the Whakamīharo Lindauer Online Guestbook.

Whakamīharo Lindauer Online

Ingoa Name Iwi Iwi Kainga Residence Whakaaro Comments
Tracey Te Aonui Tuhourangi Rotorua Love reading things and realising ur daughter and son got given 2 elders names from there great koro , Te Paea hinerangi & Horitaiawhaio but I named my baby's Te Paeahinemahanga & Matina instead I ddnt feel comfortable naming my son Horitaiawhio why I changed it to matina instead , my baby's are well Whaka blondes I went with there dad who I ddnt know was my nephew and we are both from Whakarewarewa and we'll Guide Sophia is my nanny and also my baby's dad's great nanny now I just realize why our baby's got given those names.

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