Soon after the Maori Women's Welfare League was formed in 1951, it took steps to preserve and revive traditional art forms such as weaving. In 1953 Rangimārie Hetet led a hui to teach weaving skills at Waipātōtō Marae, Te Kūiti. Among those attending were (from left) Rongomaiwahine Baker, Maringi Joseph, Queenie Atutahi, Hoki Barton and Te Aorangi Wetere.
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Reference: Rora Paki-Titi, Rangimarie: recollections of her life. Wellington: Huia publishers, 1998, p.64
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