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Photographic prints, framed, 'Flight of the 'Southern Cross' from Australia to New Zealand 1934', paper/wood/glass, [Jack Percival Jnr], 1934

Photographic prints, framed, 'Flight of the 'Southern Cross' from Australia to New Zealand 1934', paper/wood/glass, [Jack Percival Jnr], 1934.
Nine black and white glossy photographs arranged symmetrically in three groups of three under a cream coloured mounting board with windows cut out for the photographs. The frame is of dark stained timber with a gilt coloured strip of wood boardering the the mount next to the frame. The photographs are (from left to right), top to bottom:- scenery, New Plymouth area (?), "Southern Cross" aircraft, Mount Egmont, New Zealand, memorial stone, group, including (L) P G Taylor and Sir Charles Kingsford Smith, memorial stone, crowd scene, "Southern Cross" in midst of crowd, scenery. The reverse has a wooden backing board nailed to the frame and covered with brown paper. There are two metal rings through which lengths of fabric covered wire and fabric cord are threaded for hanging.
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