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Name/Title/Object Brief Description Accession No Photographic Reference number Other Reference Numbers
ANZAC Park, Nelson
This Kodachrome colour slide features a level view looking across a park with flower baring trees.
NPM2018.9.76
Address from Queen Elizabeth II at Trafalgar Park
This Kodachrome colour slide features a view looking past the heads of spectators towards Queen Elizabeth II standing and giving a speech from a grandstand podium.
NPM2018.9.91
Battery Leaving Nelson for Palmerston Battery Leaving Nelson for Palmerston
View of a large group, mixed some riding horses or seated in a cart, others riding bicycles along side them. The cathedral can be seen in the background and a row of shop is seen along the proper right of the print. Nelson Battery leaving for the front 25-8-1914
288212
Boys sport team
This Kodachrome colour slide features an out of focus view of a boys sport team wearing a red and white stripe uniform.
NPM2018.9.17
Boys sport team
This Kodachrome colour slide features an off centre view of a boys sport team wearing a red and white stripe uniform.
NPM2018.9.18
Bridge, Maitai Valley
This Kodachrome colour slide features a scenic view of a road bridge in a landscape.
NPM2018.9.60
Car on Trafalgar Street
This Kodachrome colour slide features a view of a car driving outside the Post Office building on Trafalgar Street. The passengers are possibly dignitaries.
NPM2018.9.84
Cawthron Institute
This Kodachrome colour slide features a view looking up at the Cawthron Institute building. Two cars are visible, parked on the road in the foreground.
NPM2018.9.47
Children at Kaiteriteri Beach
This Kodachrome colour slide features a view of a group of children at Kaiteriteri Beach. They are running down the beach, many holding hands, and heading into the water. Possibly children from Dovedale School.
NPM2018.9.14
Children at Kaiteriteri Beach
This Kodachrome colour slide features a view of a group of children at Kaiteriteri Beach. They are playing in the wet sand and in the water.
NPM2018.9.15
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