Bill Sutch with his wife Shirley Smith and his counsel Mr Bungay, arriving at the Wellington Magistrate's Court
- [ca 23 Oct 1974]
Bill Sutch with his wife Shirley Smith and his counsel Mr Mike Bungay, arriving at the Wellington Magistrate's Court after Sutch was charged under the Official Secrets Act 1951 with the offence of obtaining information that would be helpful to an enemy. Photograph taken circa 23 October 1974 by an unidentified photographer for the Evening Post.
Other - Pubished in the Evening Post newspaper 24 October 1974
Sutch was aquitted of the charges in February 1975.
Quantity: 1 b&w original negative(s) (Individual image on negative strip).
Physical Description: Cellulose triacetate negative, 35mm
- Additional description
Alternative form available: Print in Turnbull Library Pictures Evening Post illustrations file at cabinet 19, drawer 3, at Obits-William Ball Sutch
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- Dominion post (Newspaper): Photographic negatives and prints of the Evening Post and Dominion newspapers / Bill Sutch with his wife Shirley Smith and his counsel Mr Bungay, arriving at the Wellington Magistrate's Court
- 1 b&w original negative(s) (Individual image on negative strip), Negatives, Cellulose triacetate negative, 35mm, Orientation: Horizontal image
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