The youthful and shy King Korokī is shown here (centre) around 1933, the year he was appointed fifth Māori king. With him are his chief adviser, Pei Te Hurinui Jones (left), and Te Kiri Kātipa. Korokī was not an articulate figure and was deeply reluctant to assume the kingship.
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