Naval personnel, involved in cleaning-up operations following the 1931 Napier Earthquake, shown at the bottom of Shakespeare Road, by the old Post Office and Lands and Deeds Offices, Napier

Naval personnel, involved in cleaning-up operations following the 1931 Napier Earthquake, shown at the bottom of Shakespeare Road, by the old Post Office and Lands and Deeds Offices, Napier
Date
1931
By
Hurst, Arthur Bendigo, 1890-1964
Ref
MS-Papers-2418-5-02
Description

Photograph probably by A B Hurst, who produced a series of postcards featuring the aftermath of the Napier Earthquake.

Sailors were quartered on HMS Veronica, berthed at Port Ahuriri.

Quantity: 1 photograph.

Physical Description: Black and white print

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Format
1 photograph, Manuscripts, Black and white print
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Naval personnel, involved in cleaning-up operations following the 1931 Napier Earthquake, shown at the bottom of Shakespeare Road, by the old Post Office and Lands and Deeds Offices, Napier. Ref: MS-Papers-2418-5-02. Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand. /records/22889790

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